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18″ x 24″ Liquitex acrylic and iridescent gold paint on stretched canvas
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Flowers of the Field is a series that explores the delicate beauty and quiet tenacity of flowers as a metaphor for women’s perseverance and fortitude through the adversities of everyday life.
Individuals which were unlucky to be envied their own very existence have some thing to safeguard the now: the hamsa symbol. Surprisingly, the Arabs and Hebrews of old believed that this image delivers magical defense against the green with envy eye. 378 more words
Story time! so i went back home to bulgaria at the end of april and i got a tattoo there. i got a hamsa, or the hand of fatima (it has many names tbh i don’t know which one you’ve heard of). 415 more words