Looking up in the sky one night there was a sliver of a moon conjunction with the planet Venus. This celestial conjunction could be translated as the Crescent Moon is in it’s receptive cycle being influenced by a Venusian Muse.
All great art in this world comes from such influences. It is when we allow ourselves to become open, to be receptive to beauty, harmony and the truth we find in our deepest human emotions that long for soul expression. The artist is someone who can take their human experiences and range of emotions and transform them into art.
The deeper the artist has understood his own growth through his experiences the more profound the art becomes. And there are those rare artist that touch the sphere of the Divine and have the ability to bring it back into the world. It is through the artist’s eyes we can be given a glimpse of beauty that soothes the soul. This can be done in a song or a stroke of the brush. It can come through the written word that opens the heart to the revelations of the soul. Art has the power to transforms us, awaken us, to heal us through it’s beauty. Our Lady of Sacred Art is the Muse of the Marias who sings her song through every artist’s highest potential.
Note : Our Lady of Sacred Art was born on Cresent Moon Venus Conjunction night. Her halo is called the Star of Venus found in the Flower of Life. I remember learning to draw this symbol with my compass in grade school and how much I enjoyed making this shape. The photograph of Venus Star was taken from a terrazzo patio in Menton in the South of France in front of the Church of St. Michael. The photo of Mary I took in Red Bluff California where once an old convent stood. I added the crescent moon as the third layer of this photograph. The Rose Sacred Heart is the doorway every artist walks through to find their unique expression.
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