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Thu Mar 20, 2014, 10:42 PM
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I have been away from deviantArt for the better part of a year (with a few appearances from time to time).  I have been focusing on living a creative, sacred life by integrating my art and healing work.

I have quite my "day job" and focused all of my time, energy and soul on creating a life where my work is myself and for helping others. While I have more creative freedom, I do have deadlines and schedules to keep. The GREAT part though is that I can manage my time as needed, day to day without someone else dictating my time to me! That and I am doing  what I love, CREATING ART!

With all that being said, I have had to cut back on many smaller projects I had going and also on all the online "Spaces" I inhabit. DeviantArt has been the hardest for me to "Let Go Of". In the 9 or 10 years I've been here I have made so many friends (both virtual and in real life)  and have had many, many, many networking opportunities.  I've learned a lot and taught a lot and I grew as an artist.

So, after much debate, I decided that while I do not have the time to stay present here I do not want to delete everything and leave. I will be keeping my galleries and everything intact but I won't be here interacting and connecting as I once was. Below you will find links where you can follow me and stay in touch, and I hope to see some of you there, in my other spaces.

You can find me at the tabs above or at the following.

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gloriagypsy

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"My aim is to provoke the viewer to delve deep within each piece and therefore deeper into their own psyche, perhaps observing or experiencing emotions that are not clearly apparent at first glance".

Seeking to reclaim the practices and traditions of sacred art as a tool for supporting connection, spiritual growth, and healing, in re-establishing the traditional connection between sacred art and inner work (prayer and meditation, visualization, and other forms of spiritual practice).

As a workshop facilitator, visionary and sacred artist my teaching and intuitive painting infuses a deep connection to heart, mind, and spirit. In honoring intuition, self-discovery and sacred space I believe that each individual holds healing power within themselves.

It is my intention to guide the seeker to their own inner healing and strength.

As a visual and imaginative artist, I work purely on impulse. When I set out to do a piece I let my intuition, subconscious or higher self take over and just allow the creation to flow. My art is a material reflection of my soul, representing my eternal processes of finding, understanding and defining myself. As I am ever evolving so too is my art ever evolving.
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Intuition is a spiritual faculty, and does not explain, but simply points the way. Florence Scovel Shinn

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Thank you  very much for the fave :bow::heart::iconthankyouplz4:
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Deszarous Featured By Owner Dec 31, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
Thanks for the Fav and watch! :D
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Happy Birthday *:heart:*
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Happy Birthday - have a great day !!! :iconfuncakeplz:
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Happy Birthday Heart Shine
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