Madre de Mai. Sold

“Madre de Mai” acrylic on canvas, 2016 #NT sold this month! I am grateful for that, and I am grateful for my path as an artist. Sending you love and wisdom on this Supermoon, 2018.

About Madre de Mai:

“Madre de Mai symbolizes the opening of the root chakra. She is supported by her past and present. South America on her right, the Caribbean on her left. She is earth, stands tall as a beacon of light." - Nerissa Tutiven

"Madre de Mai apoya esta serie, y simboliza la apertura del chakra de la raíz. Madre es la llegada de la faminidad y equilibrio primordial. América del Sur de levanta de su grava y el caribe se levanta en orbes. Ella as la tierra. Ella es apoyada por su pasado y su presente, y se mantiene fuerte como infiel de esperanza y luz." - Nerissa Tutiven

#NT  Some Fullmoon Wisdom from my girls' over at Mystic Mama. @mysticmamma

“Both eclipse seasons invite us to discover our own unique heart skills which we can contribute to our collective culture. “Love is supposed to lead the way for all of us.

“Women are especially called to add our voices and imaginations to help heal our cultural wounds, while men are called to defend what is true, beautiful and good in the world. “Our world is so out of balance that it has to descend into chaos to get remade. “All honorable people want to re-make the world with a more balanced, life-giving energy, which gives equal value to the feminine gifts of imagination, emotional intelligence and compassion as well as the masculine gifts of clarity, reason and justice…

“We all deserve to be loved just for ourselves and so many of us weren’t loved in that way. “Who would we have become if we were allowed to follow our soul’s longings in life? “…Who would we be if we all felt, down in our bones, that we are worthy of love?


Not because we have money or are smart or good at our jobs, but just because we are alive? “If we can think these kinds of thoughts, and open our hearts to our original blessings and hopes, what would we do? Who would we be? What would our world look like.




My Studio at The Dock, Downtown Jersey City

Hello Journey-ers and Art Lovers! 

It has been since 2014, that I started this body of work, and after my first healing show in January at The Factory JC, JC Heights my paintings have lain dormant as I was figuring out the next step.

I am happy to say my artwork is now at The Dock, 373 4th Street, Art Space in Downtown Jersey City, NJ. I am so excited to be in this amazing space creating, alongside other amazing artists. Right next to White Eagle Hall and JCTC, I am so grateful to be in this little art hub.

Please feel to come visit me when you are in the neighbourhood.

e-mail me for appointments, or if your just dropping by- I always answer my emails right away

I will up-dating all future progress here. 

<3 Namaste-