When did you build your first altar? Did you think of it as an ‘altar’ at that time? I recognize that my first altar was created as a child at home, organizing figurines and collectible items in a specific way on my shelf. Or the most common way that I construct altars is outside on the land, working with the plants, animals and minerals that find me. I have made so many
When did you build your first altar? Did you think of it as an ‘altar’ at that time? I built my first physical altar in college. At that point I had already started my practice and the freedom of my own space in my college dorm was like a new opportunity to express what I felt to be my true nature. I thought about looking up some examples, but in
Artist and Art Therapist in Training, Londoner Aggie Davies shares her love for building altars, creating magick from ‘junk’ to wearable mini-altars and her collages inspired by the Goddesses.
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Dana Romine Burns uses her gift for Interior Design with her gift for sensing energy in others and their homes to create calm and sacred relationships everywhere.
Sweet Vivian shares her path from very young Yogini to current seeker of truth as a young woman making her way on a Spiritual path in Arizona and Globally.
Come be inspired by Rachel Jean Short who is a delightfully clever mystical Art Witch. She builds wonderfully diverse altars in her Australian homeland. Her artwork often features the Moon and empowering imagery of women. Just one peek at her work and she will ‘draw’ you in!