Tonala-style Cat, “Pedro”. Watercolor on paper. 8”x6” (20cm x 15cm). The pottery original this is based on is a little different in design than most Tonala cats. I like how human his face looks and the overall design has a lot more going on (love the deer).
As Pedro says, “Love is at the root of all good things.”
Alley Artifacts #8. Watercolor on paper. 8″x11″ (20cm x 29cm).
Watercolor on paper. 8″ x 8″ (20cm x 20cm). Something I can’t hear enough of during my day.
Tonala-style Cat, “Lydia”. Watercolor on paper. 8”x8” (20cm x 20cm). Another cat with something to say.
Tonala-style Cat, “Frieda”. Watercolor on paper. 8”x8” (20cm x 20cm). Do you see Frieda’s message?
Watercolor on paper. 8″ x 8″ (20cm x 20cm). Ok I may not be doing EVERYTHING right, but yes, I am doing “it” right (whatever it is). In my opinion, “it” is whatever is important to me at the moment.
Watercolor on paper. 8.25″ x 11″. Now of course this isn’t really true. BUT I’m hard on myself and my inner critic is usually telling me “You aren’t doing anything right.” So screw you inner critic, I’m listening to this instead!!
Tonala-style Toucan. Acrylic on paper. 8”x8” (20cm x 20cm). Plucking ripe berries from trees!
Little Tonala-style hen with haiku. Acrylic on paper. 8” x 8” (20cm x 20cm). Time for breakfast!
Linda is a wild feminine soul guide and Qoya movement teacher who has been on a quest for the last decade to reclaim her wild. She spent five years on the hero’s journey, escaping all the external cages she thought were keeping her constrained. But after changing nearly everything in her life and realizing that she still didn’t feel the wildness she most longed for, she set out on the heroine’s descent to dismantle the cage that existed within.