|"Petroglyph" (based upon Tibetan petroglyphs)|
In fact, there's so much material she kindly gave me permission to share on the subject, that I need to break this post into two sections, one to share her artwork, and the next will be about the orb photographs.
|"Jewel in the Lotus"|
|"Quan Yin and the Dragon King"|
Here's Ginny at work in her studio, and below a wonderful piece dedicated to Frieda Kahlo - I love the milagros that she uses to frame the work. For anyone not familiar, "milagros" (I'm used to seeing them in silver, and identified with specific parts of the body, such as the heart, or foot, or hand, etc.) are religious charms that are traditionally used for healing purposes in Mexico, They are often attached to altars, shrines, and left as a petition for healing in places of worship, and can be purchased in churches or from street vendors.
|"Frieda" (with milegros)|
This portrait of Frieda includes Chopra, Ginny's friend and model who happens to be a mockingbird. I once had a mockingbird friend named Mozart, but I suspect Chopra is much more philosophically inclined than he was.
|"Hok and Cricket", more of Ginny's friends|