Materials Recipe Jars DIY organic painting

Materials Recipes 
DIY Organic Painting

Each jar holds a unique recipe for a painting that we will use to cocreate together. I have grown and curated a few of the critical items found in my paintings. Inside the jar, you will find a recipe of other items I use to create my paintings. We cocreate together when you use these materials to create a painting. Feel free to tag me on Insta with your finished piece. 

                                                         

                                                         lrg. $25.00

                                                          sm. $15.00

Myco Stix

These flowers were grown using mycelium. They hold rose quartz and amethyst, which have been grown into them. These garden wands are a way to honor Mother Nature.  With a wand, we can  celebrate summer solstice on June 21st. They have been finished with

mica mineral.

$10.00
Myco Stixs

Spaceship Earth

Oyster mushrooms, moss, and air.    $250.00

Sculpture I.
Sculpture III.JPG

Śiva शिव

A mycelial network is a map of a fungus’ recent history and is a helpful reminder that all lifeforms are in fact processes not things. The “you” of five years ago was made from different stuff than the “you” of today. Nature is an event that never stops. As William Bateson, who coined the word genetics, observed, “We commonly think of animals and plants as matter, but they are really systems through which matter is continually passing.”


Merlin Sheldrake, Entangled Life: How Fungi Make Our Worlds, Change Our Minds & Shape Our Futures

$200.00

Braided: (of a river or stream) flowing in several shallow interconnected channels separated by banks of deposited material

"Science polishes the gift of seeing. Indigenous traditions work with gifts of listening and language." - Robin Wall Kimmerer, (The Bear Clan, Adopted into the Eagles) Robin Wall Kimmerer is an American Distinguished Teaching Professor of Environmental and Forest Biology and Director, Center for Native Peoples and the Environment, at the State University of New York College of Environmental Science and Forestry.

Materials: oyster mushrooms, moss, seashells.

June 7, 2022.

$250.00

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