In this book, Cheryl Rose-Hall shares the unique painting technique that she has developed. As a sensitive, she shares how she paints by attuning to her subjects through the eyes and spirals out from that central point. Using historical data along with her psychic impressions, she creates empowered works of art based on sacred sites and their mythology. This book includes photos, images, and research that the public has never seen before. This is reiterated in the brilliant forward by Dr. Jean Houston. The book is divided into the four mythic lands where Cheryl lives and creates. Narnia (Northern Ireland), Lemuria (Mt. Shasta), Avalon (UK), and Bohemia (Prague, Czech Republic). There are 120 color photos and 60 color paintings and their stories. Some of the highlights include The real portrait of Mary painted by St. Luke, the actual Kingdom of Narnia, and the rarely seen ancient Lemurian petroglyphs near Mt. Shasta documented by archeologists.
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Cheryl Rose-Hall is a portrait painter, visionary artist, and researcher. Using historical data along with her psychic impressions, she creates empowered works of art based on sacred sites and their mythology, creating the new genre Neo-Mythic Art®. She began painting at age five and was conscious that her soul path was to be an artist. By age sixteen she was represented by two top galleries in the San Francisco Bay area. Excelling in spiritual portraiture, Cheryl is collected by many discerning luminaries, including Gary Zukav, Neale Donald Walsch, Jean Houston, James Twyman, and others. Her artwork has been shown in worldwide collections including the Nelson Rockefeller Collection, the Rosicrucian Egyptian Museum, and the Palace of Fine Arts in San Francisco. Her work has been extensively published in a wide variety of forms—books, articles, magazines, CDs, Doreen Virtue's oracle decks—and has been featured on the Wisdom and Travel Channels.
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