Laura Krusemark
"Akasha" Illuminating Visions Beyond the Veil Venture into the mystical domain of the divine with "Akasha," a visionary portrayal that combines elements of modern Byzantine style with the ethereal allure of angelic imagery. This painting is an embodiment of my interpretation of the guardian of the Akashic Records, which is an energetic library of information that contain the details of your soul and its journey. The idea was inspired by a wonderful 19th century artist named James Jebusa Shanon in his portrayal of Lady Violet. Radiating an otherworldly glow, the portrait is bathed in varied hues of gold leaf, creating a mystical aura. The composition's focal point, a figure gazing at the viewer, is highlighted by a circular Byzantine-inspired mandala, adding a layer of sacred symbolism. The woman's chest bears a gently pulsating heart symbol, an embodiment of universal love that transcends religious boundaries and serves as a reminder of our interconnected existence.
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