Sharen may use charcoal, conte crayons, pastel, colored pencils or any combination of these to complete the portrait. She intuitively chooses based on her inner guidance the medium and specific colors for each drawing, whether it be a quick sketch or a more detailed commissioned portrait.
Sharen trusts each person receives the art that will most benefit their heart and soul.
Sometimes the art comes through as intuitive art in colors, designs or symbols that form a specific message through
color or feeling.
Sharen joins together with you in a blessing before she draws with the intent the art be for your highest and best good and what you most need now.
Sharen is only the conduit for the creative consciousness energy that comes forth in the art. She, herself, does not decide what to draw.
Sharen truly believes those we love are always with us in spirit not separated by space or time. Our hearts are joined in the Light and Love and always will be throughout eternity. Spirit art is simply a way to take a little of that love and light into our hearts to bridge the space until we meet again.
Sharen is intuitively guided to bring forth a personal message of the heart just for you through her Spirit Art.
The drawing may be of a loved one from the other side, an ancestor, past life, spirit guide, or a beloved animal.
What makes Spirit Art so unique and meaningful is that the art itself is guided BY the unseen realm. Plus the drawings are OF the unseen realm. We are given a glimpse of that which in our physical dimension we cannot see.
The invisible is made visible through Spirit Art.
A short message may or may not be received with the drawing.
Even if no words are received the art will carry a special message in the feeling and meaning for each person.
Even though you may have your heart set on a certain loved one coming through, Sharen cannot guarantee a specific spirit portrait or type of art. Often a person may be suffering a recent loss and they are sure their loved one or animal will manifest for them. Sometimes we need to process our grief first. What we think with our minds and wish for may not be the gift spirit has for us. The best way to approach Spirit Art is with an open heart.
Spirit Portraits by Sharen Martinson
Life and Death are One, even as the river and the sea are One
Kahlil Gibran 1883-1931.