Seeds Planted for OneWeb & Transformational Energy Weaving.


Dream Weaver, Water Colour on paper, Painted at Wilka Tika, Peru, 2001

Dream Weaver, Water Colour on paper, Painted at Wilka Tika, Peru, 2001

Looking back, I realize that the seeds for OneWeb Energy Weaves were planted during an Art Expedition to the Sacred Valley of Peru in 2001.

While soaking up the high vibrational energy of the sacred mountains and participating in ceremony with some of the local medicine people, I now realize that I was being drawn to, or, perhaps even initiated into, the path of transformational healing.

As I consciously began to weave my art and healing worlds together, I began to notice that whatever I was making while in the energy of love and peace became infused with that same energy. Most people understand that original works of art hold the energy of the artist so this may not be surprising. Today I enjoy weaving the energy of love into all of my work and designing custom works that hold the energy of what is emerging or what is being called in for individuals.

OneWeb Energy Weave Activations are infused with love and blessings to hold the energy of what is emerging.  Referencing the traditional dream catchers they are inspired by, they have evolved into energized works of art. Created  in the spirit of oneness, each energy weave is unique and reflects my commitment to promoting beauty, balance and peace for all.

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Giving and sharing are the foundation of my practice and I'm delighted to be able to support organizations like the Unstoppable Foundation which strives to ensure every child has access to education.  Over the years I have donated works of art in support of several hospitals, survivor groups, environmental and gallery fundraisers like the MacDonald Stewart Art Gallery now known as The Art Gallery of Guelph.