mariemoonstone:

OK so I’m playing around with what I want the back of tarot cards to look like. This is painted. Background is marker. What do you think?#tarotcards #tarot #tarotdeck #paganism #pagan #witch #witchcraft #magic #magical #art #artist #Creative #psychic

mariemoonstone:

OK so I’m playing around with what I want the back of tarot cards to look like. This is painted. Background is marker. What do you think?#tarotcards #tarot #tarotdeck #paganism #pagan #witch #witchcraft #magic #magical #art #artist #Creative #psychic

gracculus:

sandrobotticelli:

ARIANRHOD (Aranrhod, Arianrod) [silver wheel]: a renowned beauty of Welsh literature whose story may be based on that of an earlier moon goddess. Assumed to be the daughter of Dôn, she was the sister and lover of Gwydion; in the Triads her father is given as Beli. She claimed to be a virgin so that she might become the footholder of Math. When the asserted virginity was tested, she gave premature birth to twins, Dylan, who escaped into the sea, and Lleu Llaw Gyffes, who became the object of his mother’s scorn. Gwydion rescued the child and reared him carefully. According to folk tradition, a reef off the coast of Gwynedd (formerly Carnarvonshire) called Caer Arianrhod is the remains of an island castle where Arianrhod was tricked into giving Lleu the arms she intended to withhold. This reef is only visible at very low tides, such as the neap tides in the first and third quarters of the moon. Caer Arianrhod is also a popular Welsh name for the constellation Corona Borealis, an asterism which resembles a waxing crescent moon. Arianrhod had other brothers, Gilfaethwy and Caswallon, with whom she did not have intimacies. R. S. Loomis suggested that Arianrhod may be a counterpart of the Arthurian figures Lunete and Morgawse.

gracculus:

sandrobotticelli:

ARIANRHOD (Aranrhod, Arianrod) [silver wheel]: a renowned beauty of Welsh literature whose story may be based on that of an earlier moon goddess. Assumed to be the daughter of Dôn, she was the sister and lover of Gwydion; in the Triads her father is given as Beli. She claimed to be a virgin so that she might become the footholder of Math. When the asserted virginity was tested, she gave premature birth to twins, Dylan, who escaped into the sea, and Lleu Llaw Gyffes, who became the object of his mother’s scorn. Gwydion rescued the child and reared him carefully. According to folk tradition, a reef off the coast of Gwynedd (formerly Carnarvonshire) called Caer Arianrhod is the remains of an island castle where Arianrhod was tricked into giving Lleu the arms she intended to withhold. This reef is only visible at very low tides, such as the neap tides in the first and third quarters of the moon. Caer Arianrhod is also a popular Welsh name for the constellation Corona Borealis, an asterism which resembles a waxing crescent moon. Arianrhod had other brothers, Gilfaethwy and Caswallon, with whom she did not have intimacies. R. S. Loomis suggested that Arianrhod may be a counterpart of the Arthurian figures Lunete and Morgawse.

asylum-art:

 New Kimono-Inspired Wood Panel Paintings by Audrey Kawasaki 

Los Angeles-based artist Audrey Kawasaki recently unveiled her latest series of wood panel paintings inspired by kimonos given to her by her mother. Titled Hirari Hirari (“the sound or movement of a petal, leaf, or flower slowly falling”), the series on display from August 2 to August 30 at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles.
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asylum-art:

 New Kimono-Inspired Wood Panel Paintings by Audrey Kawasaki 

Los Angeles-based artist Audrey Kawasaki recently unveiled her latest series of wood panel paintings inspired by kimonos given to her by her mother. Titled Hirari Hirari (“the sound or movement of a petal, leaf, or flower slowly falling”), the series on display from August 2 to August 30 at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

 New Kimono-Inspired Wood Panel Paintings by Audrey Kawasaki 

Los Angeles-based artist Audrey Kawasaki recently unveiled her latest series of wood panel paintings inspired by kimonos given to her by her mother. Titled Hirari Hirari (“the sound or movement of a petal, leaf, or flower slowly falling”), the series on display from August 2 to August 30 at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

 New Kimono-Inspired Wood Panel Paintings by Audrey Kawasaki 

Los Angeles-based artist Audrey Kawasaki recently unveiled her latest series of wood panel paintings inspired by kimonos given to her by her mother. Titled Hirari Hirari (“the sound or movement of a petal, leaf, or flower slowly falling”), the series on display from August 2 to August 30 at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

 New Kimono-Inspired Wood Panel Paintings by Audrey Kawasaki 

Los Angeles-based artist Audrey Kawasaki recently unveiled her latest series of wood panel paintings inspired by kimonos given to her by her mother. Titled Hirari Hirari (“the sound or movement of a petal, leaf, or flower slowly falling”), the series on display from August 2 to August 30 at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

 New Kimono-Inspired Wood Panel Paintings by Audrey Kawasaki 

Los Angeles-based artist Audrey Kawasaki recently unveiled her latest series of wood panel paintings inspired by kimonos given to her by her mother. Titled Hirari Hirari (“the sound or movement of a petal, leaf, or flower slowly falling”), the series on display from August 2 to August 30 at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

 New Kimono-Inspired Wood Panel Paintings by Audrey Kawasaki 

Los Angeles-based artist Audrey Kawasaki recently unveiled her latest series of wood panel paintings inspired by kimonos given to her by her mother. Titled Hirari Hirari (“the sound or movement of a petal, leaf, or flower slowly falling”), the series on display from August 2 to August 30 at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

 New Kimono-Inspired Wood Panel Paintings by Audrey Kawasaki 

Los Angeles-based artist Audrey Kawasaki recently unveiled her latest series of wood panel paintings inspired by kimonos given to her by her mother. Titled Hirari Hirari (“the sound or movement of a petal, leaf, or flower slowly falling”), the series on display from August 2 to August 30 at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

 New Kimono-Inspired Wood Panel Paintings by Audrey Kawasaki 

Los Angeles-based artist Audrey Kawasaki recently unveiled her latest series of wood panel paintings inspired by kimonos given to her by her mother. Titled Hirari Hirari (“the sound or movement of a petal, leaf, or flower slowly falling”), the series on display from August 2 to August 30 at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles.
Zoom Info
asylum-art:

 New Kimono-Inspired Wood Panel Paintings by Audrey Kawasaki 

Los Angeles-based artist Audrey Kawasaki recently unveiled her latest series of wood panel paintings inspired by kimonos given to her by her mother. Titled Hirari Hirari (“the sound or movement of a petal, leaf, or flower slowly falling”), the series on display from August 2 to August 30 at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles.
Zoom Info

asylum-art:

 New Kimono-Inspired Wood Panel Paintings by Audrey Kawasaki

Los Angeles-based artist Audrey Kawasaki recently unveiled her latest series of wood panel paintings inspired by kimonos given to her by her mother. Titled Hirari Hirari (“the sound or movement of a petal, leaf, or flower slowly falling”), the series on display from August 2 to August 30 at the Merry Karnowsky Gallery in Los Angeles.

universal-wanderer:

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universal-wanderer:

Vanilla Patchouli Soap at Wanderers Soap

The scent of vanilla pairs beautifully with patchouli to create a sweet and earthy scent. Olive oil and shea butter serve to not only attract moisture to your skin, but also prevent future moisture loss. Vitamin-packed shea butter has healing properties that are beneficial for dry skin as well as eczema, rashes, and burns. This soap is perfect for every day use on your body and works wonderfully as a shampoo bar or dreadlock soap. Patchouli is especially helpful with psoriasis, eczema, and dandruff making it a great soap for hair care. It is vegan, natural, and homemade with love :)