Dolphin Rock

Dolphin Rock Fantasy Print

Dolphin Rock 
© Sharon George 2011
Winner: Honorable Mention- 2005
San Diego County Fair – Electronic Arts Show

This angel illustration was originally created for Dr. Doreen Virtue, for an oracle deck.

Treat yourself to a detail of the image

Dolphin is the creature that controls its breath; thereby entering the Divine Manna for a swim. Dolphin is a master of rhythm, streaming effortlessly through the waves of life, tingling with ecstatic joy. When Dolphin appears before you, perhaps it’s telling you to take stock of your physical and mental being, breathe as a master, and enjoy that next leap ahead. As you control your breathing, you easily commune with the Great Spirit that permeates every atom of your existence.  Such communion enables all good fortune to flow to you. Dolphin lives this, and shares this teaching with love.

Forest Faerie and Her Kittens

Faerie and Kittens

Forest Faerie and Her Kittens

© Sharon George 2006

This nature faery is resting upon her favorite stone at the edge of a hidden pond.  She is with her adopted children, three fay kittens. They are visited by their friend, Racoon, who has picked a giant strawberry and is washing it in the miniature falls. The talking carp makes bubbles while one of the kittens watches an inchworm make his way across the stone. The pond fay, decorated with her favorite found objects, is quite contented in the late afternoon shadows. She exudes a gentle air that has drawn a pod of hummers to rest with her in her calm. It’s a peaceable kingdom.

Dragonfly Medicine

 

Dragonfly Medicine

Dragonfly Medicine

© Sharon George 2006

Winner: 3rd Place – 2005

San Diego County Fair – Electronic Arts Show

Dragonfly is a magical totem, signifying our ability to transform ourselves as we travel our path of self knowing toward enlightenment.  Its iridescence and shifting colors lift us into dreamtime, where we understand that “reality” is the illusion. Our visions are channeled through our unconscious mind, ever connected to The Great Mystery that is Life. Dragonfly reminds us to celebrate Spirit in all living beings.

 

This Nature Goddess is surrounded by lotus flowers, eternal symbol of the simultaneity of cause and effect, calla lilies, the most feminine of flowers, and has vines and flowers growing in her hair. The golden flowers signify the divinity of her true self, as she emerges from the waters of her unconscious mind.

 

It is said that Dragonfly was once Dragon, covered with beautiful, shimmering scales and wielding great inner strength. It could change form at will, and light the darkness with the fire of its breath. Coyote tricked mighty Dragon into changing form and believing itself to be tiny Dragonfly.

 

Because of pride, Dragon got caught in its own illusion; just as we, because of ego, are forever accepting our facade as our true selves. Too often we believe our failures, our shortcomings, and our limitations are real. We have forgotten that we too can change form at will, wield great inner powers, and can light our darkness with our faith, hope, and determination.

 

When Dragonfly enters our lives, it is time to dig deeper, lift the illusion of suffering and believe in our limitless divinity.

 

Gratefully, I receive many emails from people who enjoy my art enough to let me know about it, wish to use an image or two for tubes, stationery, non-profit fun. I’m always willing to share and thankful for the input. But here’s a letter that really touched me:

Sharon:

 

I received my print and I absolutely love it.  If you don’t mind I’d like to share with you how I came to order this particular print.

 

I received the sad news that one of my dearest friends had passed away.  I remembered that many years ago she sent me a dragonfly pin.  I got it and held it in my hand; I could feel her presence.  I looked up and on my nightstand was a copy of “Horizons” with one of your master pieces on the front cover.  I read your bio and immediately went to your web site.  When I came to “Dragonfly Medicine” I just sat gazing at it.  I was stunned at how everything I just told you had fallen into to place…. without question…. without hesitation.  I not only have a beautiful print in my home, but one that reminds me and connects me to a friend that has crossed over.

 

I will always be grateful.  Thank you, Sharon.  Love and Light.

— Jeane Smith