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New Website Launch

GREAT NEW WEBSITES require some time to tweak!  Please excuse the missing images and issues with links for a couple days, but my website is new and improved.

Thanks to Dan and Decay from Hiveminz for their help with this!  Shopping cart is working great!…


Posted on January 27th, by Aspen Moon in Blog. No Comments

 

Hamsa—Protection for Your Journey

Hamsa—Protection for Your Journey Hamsa—Protection for Your Journey, by Aspen Moon, May 2012. Acrylic on Canvas, 30" x 36" (Private Collection).


Posted on December 27th, by Aspen Moon in Blog, Gallery. 1 Comment
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We Are the Weavers

We Are the Weavers

We Are the Weavers, by Aspen Moon, October 2011. Acrylic on Canvas, 24” x 30" (Private Collection).


Posted on December 27th, by Aspen Moon in Blog, Gallery. No Comments
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Three New Works Emerging

Hey art enthusiasts!

I wanted to post an update about what I’ve been doing.  While there hasn’t been a lot to talk about, I’ve been in the studio day after day.  I’m finding it takes a long time to make a painting!!  In fact, I’m averaging a couple months for each. …



 

Improptu Showing

I got a chance to hang five pieces at an event last weekend.  It was the first time I’ve shown Sri Yantra, and I got a lot of good responses about it.  One of the things I’ve really enjoyed about putting my art up for people to see is that they get into it.


Posted on October 3rd, by Aspen Moon in Blog, Exhibits and Events. No Comments

 

Shaping of the Sri Yantra

Shaping of the Sri Yantra

There are a lot of technical challenges around creating a perfect Sri Yantra form.  Just getting Nine triangles to line up tip to end is a challenge in and of itself, but then add the problem of creating a maximum number of possible intersections (which is 43 in case you hadn’t figured that out yet…) where no two triangles touch side to side (tips together or tip to side only) and that no more than three triangles can touch at any particular tip…   You’re starting to get the idea.…


Posted on July 31st, by Aspen Moon in Blog. No Comments
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