Beautiful Henrietta is a Tonala-style cat in shades of sand, vermillion, and blue-black. Acrylic on paper. 6.5″ x 6.5″. Henrietta is availabe for adoption. Email firstname.lastname@example.org for pricing information. Related Images:
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.
Handsome Andreas is a cat painted in the Tonala folk-art style. Acrylic on paper. 6.5″ x 6.5.” Andreas is available for adoption to a loving home!
Randy Wall has been illustrating and designing for over 20 years. Randy and his design company, Artlab design, have worked in many different fields of art from book illustrations to designing for Chip and Pepper and B.U.M.Equipment L.A.
Raja is a former NASA asset who went after his dreams and today is living them and using his life experiences to empower others.
Beautiful Rosa is another example of a Tanala Pottery Cat. She’s decorated with cactus and yucca flowers.
Watercolor on paper. 6.5″x8.5″. Rosa is available for adoption. Email me email@example.com if you would like to make her your own.
Alexandra is an editor with 31 years of experience and her guiding principle is “encouragement through editing.” In 2012 she started her own company, Loomis & Lyman, to help authors navigate the daunting world of self publishing. After seeing how hungry her friends in the coaching world were for knowledge about publishing, Alex started Writer’s Ed to provide nonfiction writers guidance, community, and support. Her greatest joy is helping them become authors and authorities.
Erika Cleveland is an artist, writer, and former art therapist. Her mission is to work with women at mid to late life transition whose roles and identities no longer fit and who urgently want to reconnect to their true selves. Since moving to DC from the East Coast, she started Transformative Healing dolls. For the last ten years, she’s been leading healing doll workshops and exhibiting her healing dolls in the greater DC area and beyond.
This watercolor is based on a Tanala pottery cat my parents got during a trip to Mexico. The original kitty sits by the fireplace. I named this cat “Eduardo” because he looked to me like an Eduardo. Watercolor on paper. 6’x5″. Eduardo is available for adoption. Let me know if you’d like to make him your own.
Larisa Noonan is a teacher, healer, and ritualist. In this interview we discuss how she helps people heal personal and generational trauma allowing them to live in a way that is more empowered, fulfilled, and magical. To learn more about Larisa and her work, visit: LarisaNoonan.com.