This artwork has a very strong mother energy to it, being a mother, nurturing others, guiding and loving another. Holding more than just a beautiful mother energy, it was created to tune us into our female knowing. This is an aspect as women we can forget is one of our powerhouse gifts.
When we embrace our femininity we are both gentle and strong. We are kind but have very clear boundaries. We are nurturing to both ourselves and others. When we embrace our femininity there is a great strength from within. An openness to receiving and a willingness to give.
To feel light and open and live with clarity. To feel settled in who we are, and who we are as women. To feel a deep sense of self. This to me is Femme Knowing.
I highly recommend this for women wanting to fall pregnant as well as mothers in general.
How can art transform the energy in your space?
As an energy artist, before I start a painting, I set an intention for the artwork. This becomes my focus as I paint and the very core of my work. The artwork then holds the vibration of that intention and its energy will resonate in your space.
Large - 1050x1050 mm (incl 60 mm white border)
Small - 600 x 600mm (includes 45mm white border)
All Prints are supplied Rolled. Suggested framing instructions will be sent with your Certificate of Authenticity.
Archival paper print
These are limited edition, museum-grade, numbered, fine art prints. They are printed on 310gsm 100% Cotton Rag paper and produced in Australia by a boutique fine art print studio. What does all that mean? Basically, the prints are the highest quality reproductions possible, meaning they look almost identical to the original artwork. And if properly cared for, will last 75+ years.
FREE standard shipping within Australia on all prints. Prints are rolled with expert care and delivered in a packing cylinder.
What my customers say
“I love the meaning in my artwork” – Susan Tindall
“It brings me energy and happiness when I wake up each morning to see it” – Caroline Veitch
*a percentage of profits goes to 'The Generous and The Grateful'