Sunday, 30 June 2013

Through the mists

I'm going to Glastonbury soon. Just as the music revellers pack up their tents and muddy boots and the marquees get packed away for another year, there will be a new pilgrimage to the sacred sites as artists let the ancient muses guide their paintbrushes.
Once more I will heed the Call of the Wild Soul and allow the English countryside to weave a little Goddess magic and recharge my creative fire. They say that the intersecting ley lines give a power to the site that is associated with King Arthur, druids, the fairies, Joseph of Arimethea and Jesus. Many believe that the site of the Chalice Well marks the spot where Joseph hid the Holy Grail.
I shall have to open myself to the magic and see...
Sharing today some more artwork from the Magical Journal Journeys project. I'm a bit behind in posting - these were May's pages in Priti Lisa's blue journal.
PS: I'm reading The Mists of Avalon to get me in the mood!


  1. Lisa
    Call of the Wild Soul retreat sounds so fantastic!!! ENJOY!!
    Wish I could go to. Love these pages you made for Priti...they both have soul! I posted a bit on your Rust pages @ gemmashouse and linked back to you.

  2. Oh that sounds like it will be a lovely journey. Your paintings make me feel like I should pack my backpack, paints and brushes and come :) Have a great trip.

  3. Dreamy portraits Lisa, and your trip sounds fascinating - enjoy and tap into the creative and soulful atmosphere! x

  4. Beautiful paintings! The retreat sounds great. I checked their website and started dreaming of participating one day. England is not impossibly far for me, coming from Finland. I've read and loved the Mists of Avalon, and would love to visit Glastonbury. I'm sure your time there will be wonderful!

  5. Amazing emotional and full of energy! Love them!

  6. How exciting!!! All of it!
    Your upcoming trip sounds like a ton of fun.
    These girls you have painted for my book!
    I LOVE them! Thank you, thank you♥
    I can never have too many of your girls, the red-flowered-hair girl watches over me in my studio.
    Oh! The Mists of Avalon is my most favorite book ever!!! I've read it 3 times.

  7. Both these ladies look as if the muse is working well within them. May your retreat prove equally as spiritual <3 XXX

  8. The first thing I thought of when I saw your girl was..gypsy..I love the way you immerse yourself into whatever project you attempt. Reading the Mists of Avalon to get into the mood, and painting your muse is a great start. Have fun on your journey.


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