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Soul Art by Jaree Dewart.
 

I never thought that I would actually enjoy painting pictures on walls, until I drew and painted this wonderful friend, Zephyr. It was during this that I discovered that this literally allows me to transform the room or space into a wonderland. I know that this phoenix has birthed another new outlet for my artistic talent and I look forward to using this ability to add magic to the rooms of many children and special spaces too.

 
 

A once boring white toilet turned into a underwater ocean scene with a day dreaming turtle swimming by - completed April 2016 A once boring white toilet turned into a underwater ocean scene with a day dreaming turtle swimming by - completed April 2016 A once boring white toilet turned into a underwater ocean scene with a day dreaming turtle swimming by - completed April 2016 This is my very first artwork on a toilet and I think it came out looking really nice.

 
 

The sketch spans an entire wall and runs over a bit on two others to wrap around the person in the room.A closer view of Zephyr's face.

As you can see from the two above pictures, I start off by sketching a rough idea that I will fill in with paint later. this allows me to judge perspectives. Please note the background was altered so that I could get the sketches to be visible.

Let the painting begin Reaching across the wings and adding colour as I go. Looking into those eyes makes you feel cosy.

Detailing the beak and personalising his face. He wanted his plumage above his head to be fiery. An incredible being gets the final touches.

I really loved taking a week of my life to draw and then paint this awesome phoenix. Zephyr quickly sprang to life and he was most emphatic about the colours and lines he wanted to represent him. The difficulty was not in the creation but rather in the painting on a bubbled wall as I had to work around all the bumps too. Whenever someone new enters my momís practice, I love hearing their gasps of joy as he welcomes them into the room and space. This is now a truly healing room. - completed in August 2010
Here I am posing with my masterpiece.