“The Great Maple, Part 2”: Abstract Visionary Art for getting closer to Nature and Spirit. The Little Goddess is sorry, but she’s run out of lollipops.

She has run out of lollipops! Seems that when she offered a lollipop to those that would come play with her in the first post on the Great Maple, lots of you responded. She’s quite apologetic and even a bit embarrassed for running out, but she’s also very excited about having so many new playmates.

This post came about when I looked over the remaining work I had on the Great Maple. I realized that there was still some very cool, and very trippy variations left that needed to see the light of day. Or at least the light of a post, lol. So I’ll keep the chit chat short and get right to the visual information.

Here’s some more looks at my favorite tree…

"The Great Maple 1D" is a visionary psychedelic abstract artwork and image by Sacred Square Art and Design in conjunction and co-creative cooperation with Little Goddess Enterprises a division of Mammy Nature, LLC. Yes, Mammy has a limited liability corporation. Why wouldn't she in this lawsuit happy culture we live in? ©2013

Love that mandala-like center area and the way the branches spider web out. The leaves form some really interesting shapes and symbols along the axises and the colors are so very organic-with-a-twist fall.

And another variation…

"The Great Maple 2C" is a psychedelic abstract visionary artwork and image by Sacred Square Art and Design. ©2013

Ooooo… that DMT green shows up in this one and sets itself off amidst those purple blues. And check out that center area. Very Mayan/Aztec to me in flavor. The axises are loaded with symbols, faces, figures and such. Blow this one up and check out the intricate and delicate lines. Click it once and then click it again for some delicious retina stimulation.

And here’s a look at the bark of the Great Maple…

"Bark of the Great Maple 1B" is a psychedelic visionary abstract artwork and image by Sacred Square Art and Design. ©2013

Bark is extraordinary when put into the process. It just seems to explode, revealing all sorts of interesting things. And it has such an ancient, spiritual feel. And quite the mandala it makes. I may have to do a whole series on bark, not only from the Great Maple, but other trees here in the Garden of Eternal Happiness. The combination of the silvery grey blue against the deep, royal purple and black just really works for me as a visual aide in focusing for meditation. You may wish to try it.

Your comments, thoughts, opinions and insights are warmly treasured and serve to help while away the evenings when the staff here at The Square is not sleeping peacefully on the couch or rooting about the Garden enjoying the rich aromas of autumn. So, if you have any, share them.

Yours in re-visualizing the observable,
Cosmo

P.S. Thank you Zengirl for all your help, insight and the caring, loving heart you give to me.

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2 thoughts on ““The Great Maple, Part 2”: Abstract Visionary Art for getting closer to Nature and Spirit. The Little Goddess is sorry, but she’s run out of lollipops.

  1. Hi there! I’m writing on behalf of Bohemian Groove, a rock band also interested in spiritual development and looking to release our debut album. I recently discovered your blog and just fell in love with one of the pictures here (the second one) and would like to ask you if you would kindly give us permission to use it as our album cover.
    If you’re interested, please respond directly to my email address so that I can show you what we are about, maybe send you some of our tunes and lyrics. Thanx!

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