SACRET HEARTS | Mixed Media Artwork Series
Oh, these hearts, these sacred gems
From which light shines and flowers stem
Are infinite, no foreseen end
Time lets them live again and again
Leather, LEDs, Acrylic, Crystals
Wood, Hand-made Textile, Steel, Acrylic
Wood, Steel, LED, Acrylic, Paper
Glass, Sand, Paper
Steel, Neoprenen, Feathers
Wood, Acrylic, Polymer
TOUCHED (dark side)
TOUCHED (bright side)
Wood, Acrylic, Sand
Glass, Sand, Polymer, Paper
RUN LIKE HELL
Aluminum, PLA, Resin
Blue Goldstone, PLA, Paper, Glass
EBB & FLOW
Glass, Wax, Leather, Jade, Horn, Sand, Paper, Cork, Gems
PUSH, PULL, REPEAT
Steel, Wood, Acrylic
RED RELICS (bit hearts)
Acrylic, Plastic Drop Cloth
Glass, Steel, Paper, Cookies
Genuine Ruby, Plastic, Aluminum
PLA plastic, Acrylic, Canvas, LED
Textiles, Feathers, Leather, Crystals, LEDs, Acrylic, Wax
Wood, Steel, Acrylic
Black Diamonds are a set of 30 Sacret Hearts which contain secrets on the inside. They are made to be destructible so you can expose the secrets, if you so choose. The power is in your hands! Just beware the glass coating... there's always a price to pay.
Sacret is a portmanteau of secret and sacred. The Sacret Hearts collection are expressions of our multidimensional feelings. The broad array of mediums within the series further demonstrate the depth and dimensionality of what it means to be human. The layers of both art and life are underlying foundations, and the concise color story just the surface layer of the deep connective tissue between the works expressing the intermingling complexity of emotion. No matter the medium, there are at least three works that contain it and are connected by the commonality. Their calculated display creates an invisible web that iterates our position in space and time. Some things are infinite and our souls are among those things.
Our heart-memories are the only constant that remains with us as we infinitely transition from place to place.
Consciousness equates to choice.
Some inspirations behind the works are derived from Greko-Roman, Egyptian, Norse, Chinese, and Native American mythologies. Others depict various areas of science such as theoretical physics and archeology.
What you see here is but a fraction of the series.
Steel, Wood, Plaster, Sand, Acrylic, Plastics, Glass, Paper, Gemstones, Crystals, Leather, Textiles, Resin, LEDs, Aluminum, Digital Art, Fragrance, Sound, Edibles