I'm finding it interesting that I named this challenge "not-so-sacred" and the messages that have been speaking to me are pretty sacred! (Must be the times we are living in right now!) I started this wanting to make sure that I keep a weekly practice of playing, exploring and not worrying so much about the outcome of a painting. This I've done, though this week I am a day late, since so many paintings were in progress and needed drying between going forward. For instance the paper for the flag and boat are both painted as well, and then I cut that out and used them for the imagery.
The Standing Rock message- Water is life- is one that has been pulling me lately. If, in fact, we soil these waters, then many states down stream would be without clean water. I feel it is so important to reflect and make choices that will help our future society, not just help the here and now, or those who already have a lot of money and power.
The concept of a water protector is beautiful, and a metaphor for our own lives.
What do you protect and find so sacred in your day to day life that you would take a stand for it?
This one is in dedication to all those people in the freezing cold,
standing up for something they feel is quintessential for our life- clean water.
Water is life.