Portraits of Spirit Guides

PORTRAITS: 

I channel drawings of your Master Teacher, or Spirit Spiritual Guide  on approximately an 11x14 size paper, suitable to frame (you frame), or on canvas pending on the medium that I use.

Portraits are in pastel, acrylic, watercolor, or oil.  

You also can commission a drawing of your entire band of teachers or just one- it is up to you!

Commissioned portraits can take up to 6 weeks to complete.  Sketches drawn at fairs can always be converted into a full portrait painting.

If I have drawn a portrait that you are drawn to....guess what?......that teacher belongs to you and wants to be recognized and adopted by you so your communication with them can be enhanced.   

PLEASE NOTE:  on the website I have posted drawn sketches as well as completed portraits of spirit guides and teachers that belong to someone (they do not belong to me) so if you see one that you are especially drawn to, that drawing probably belongs to you and you should adopt it.  I only draw it once.

Each portrait I draw comes with a mini reading introducing you to the individual that I have drawn especially for you.

Portrait 13
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acrylic on canvas paper 11 x 14

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Portrait 3
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Pastel Drawing on charcoal paper

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Portrait 7
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pastel on charcoal paper

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Portrait 8
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pastel on charcoal paper

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Portrait 9
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pastel on charcoal paper

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Portrait 10
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pastel on charcoal paper

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Portrait 11
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Portrait 4
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acrylic on canvas

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POR 12
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pastel on charcoal paper

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Portrait 6
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acrylic on paper SOLD


Portrait 5
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acrylic on paper sale pending

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Portrait 1
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Pastel Drawing on charcoal paper I apologize for the positioning, I cannot figure out how to straighten out the picutre.

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