EarthSpirit
by Mayah
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Art:Spirit Owl   10 y  
MORE Eco Art! "Eco Art by mayah" utilizes reused materials and earth friendlier art supplies.
 
Eco Art: "Spirit Owl" by mayah (c)2012 This was an Eco MaG that I decided to refurbish and frame. The piece is attached to the front of the frame so it can "stick out" in 3-D effect, rather than be put behind the glass. The rippled cardboard is packaging from an old light bulb--they don’t make light bulb packaging this way anymore and I miss it!  The background photo of the forest from a calendar is wrapped with plastic from packaging; the owl sits on top of the plastic and sticks up for a bit of 3-D effect.   Eco Art: "Medi ...   read more



 
Art:3 Buddhas   10 y  
More Eco Art
 
Three Buddhas by mayah (c)2012     Reused materials: pictures of Buddha from merchandise catalog; shrinkwrap from packaging; corrugated cardboard; cereal box cardboard; frame from Goodwill Industries. construction paper, nontoxic glue. Eco Art by mayah utilizes reused materials and earth friendlier art supplies. More Eco Art: Companion Piece--"Meditation"   http://curezone.com/blogs/fm.asp?i=1924826 http://curezone.com/blogs/fm.asp?i=1923757 "Life’s a Gambol" http://curezone.com/blogs/fm.asp?i=1921920 "In ...   read more



 
Eco Art: Car Nation   10 y  
Been doing more eco-art with play-on-words. "Eco Art by mayah" utilizes reused materials and earth-friendlier art supplies.
 
"Car Nation" by mayah (c)2012   Play on Words: Carnation/Car Nation Reused materials: magazine photo, corrugated cardboard, cereal box cardboard, plastic shrinkwrap from packaging, advertisement flier, scrap paper from other art projects, frame from Goodwill Industries. nontoxic glue, unbleached wax paper backing. computer and hand drawn carnation. I messed around for three days figuring out and creating a backing for a large frame that was too shallow for the art work--you can’t see it from this photo but the car picture "pops out" 3-D ...   read more



 
Art:"Life's a Gambol"   10 y  
More art from recycled materials. Play-on-words
 
"Life is a Gambol" by mayah (c)2012             photo by L. Goldman 2012 Play on words--Gamble/Gambol;  "Gambol" = "to frolic" Reused Materials: Greeting card; advertisement; corrugated cardboard and other cardboard backing. construction paper, nontoxic glue, magnet backing   Leaf Baby by mayah (c)2012 This is repurposed from my own art--I made the leaf out of tissue paper, non-bleached wax paper and nontoxic glue. It was originally on a ...   read more



 
Art: In Memoriam   10 y  
Art in commemoration of the 2nd anniversary of the Gulf Oil Spill in the U.S. and the 1st anniversary of the Fukushima nuclear power disaster in Japan.
 
In Memoriam Gulf Oil Spill 2010 by mayah ©2012     Reused materials: photo from member’s brochure, NRDC “Nature’s Voice” National Resources Defense Council http://www.nrdc.org ; corrugated and other cardboard backing; candy bar wrapper; frame from Goodwill Industries. Construction paper, nontoxic glue We are coming up on the second anniversary of the Gulf Oil Spill on April 20, 2012; http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Deepwater_Horizon_oil_spill Tar balls from the spill are still washing up on the beach: http://ne ...   read more



 
Art: Corn Goddess   10 y  
I took the suggestion of a friend and fellow artist who recommended I use old frames in my artwork.
 
Corn Goddess   Photo and art by mayah (c)2012 Corn Goddess made from recycled materials. The doll is a Guatemalan "worry doll", one of 15 little dolls I found at Goodwill; a friend of mine told me that these little dolls are made of reused fabric. The frame is from Goodwill also. The background photo and corn sheaf she is holding are reused from a calendar. The gold paper is a reused candy bar wrapper. One sheet of green construction paper. Reused corrugated cardboard and cardboard from a food box make up the foundation. Non-toxic glue. About "w ...   read more



 
Shocking EcoArt!   10 y  
"On first glance, every piece in artist Chris Jordan’s collection, “Running the Numbers,” appears to be simply a beautiful work of modern art. But look more closely, and you’ll see that each piece depicts the enormous amount of natural resources we consume and throw away – represented by plastic bags, light bulbs or packing peanuts. Here’s a sample of works from Jordan’s thought-provoking collection."
 
”Caps Seurat” by Chris Jordan, 2011 From ”Shocking Eco Art: Our Waste by the Numbers” http://earth911.com/news/2012/02/15/chris-jordan-running-the-numbers-shocking-eco-art/ ”Look closely at this homage to Georges Seurat’s famous painting, ’A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of La Grande Jatte,’ and you’ll see the 400,000 plastic bottle caps Jordan painted to represent the average number of plastic bottles consumed in the U.S. every minute.” ”Bottle caps are often so small that it’s easy to overlook the impact they have on the environment. If you drop one on the ground at the ...   read more



 
EcoArt:"Electronica"   10 y  
Art made from reused electronic devices.
 
"Electronica 01"     Top two Eco MaGs made from reused: electronic motherboard from a broken TV remote--cut in half, jar lids, corrugated cardboard, packaging material, junk jewelry.  nontoxic glue, magnets Bottom Eco MaG made from reused: electronic motherboard from a broken toy, jar lid, corrugated cardboard, sandpaper scrap.  nontoxic glue, magnet "Electronica 02" Eco MaG made from reused: electonic motherboard from an orphaned VCR remote (found the remote hidden away on a shelf in my house; t ...   read more



 
MORE Shamanic EcoArt MaGs   10 y  
Compelled by these photos to make more shamanic EcoArt MaGs. These tell a story.
 
Incan Peruvian Shaman; The background: a glitch in the photo from a calendar serves to look like light emanating from the shaman’s mesa , "a beautiful, multicolored bundle containing various power objects and stones used for moving energy in service of healing" http://www.shamanportal.org/article_details.php?id=562 "Ceremonial masks of supernatural birds are shown at the U’mista Cultural Centre in Alert Bay, British Columbia. Potlatch ceremonies were banned in Canada between 1885 and 1951 and sacred artifacts were scattered to museums ar ...   read more



 
Art:"Sea Turtles in Space"   10 y  
Been doing a lot of art lately, mostly more 'frig magnets from reused materials. Art materials are expensive, but these MaGs cost very little. They are mostly made from materials lying around my house.
 
The top one makes me laugh. Sea turtles swimming in space! Bottom: bald eagle   Origami chrysanthemum made from reused Netflix mailing envelopes   All photos/Eco-Art MaGs (c)2012  by mayah   ”Eco Art MaGs by  mayah” and ”Eco MaGs by mayah” are made from reused materials, found objects, non-toxic glue, and magnets. These MaGs are made from reused: cereal boxes, corrugated cardboard, mailing envelopes; reused plastic: fruit bag, report cover, packaging material; non-toxic glue; magnet backing. Pictures reused from magazines/calendars/brochures/advertisements fro ...   read more



 
EcoArt:"Brain"   10 y  
My spiritual mentor is always telling me to "Leave your brain behind the door"
 
Photo & Eco-Art MaG by mayah (c)2012 "Brain"   This MaG is to remind me: don’t think so much, don’t intellectualize, don’t analyze, don’t question so much, don’t ask "Why?". Instead, think, feel, decide, act--not from the mind, but from the heart. "Eco Art MaGs" and "Eco MaGs by mayah" are made from reused materials, non-toxic glue, and magnets. This MaG is made from reused: cereal box, corrugated cardboard, pictures from magazines, NetFlix mailer; scrap art paper; thumb tack and bead; non-toxic glue; ma ...   read more



 
Art:Grandfather Fire   10 y  
Art: Grandfather Fire, or Tatewari, is honored in all Huichol ceremonies. I attended a Fire Circle last week, and this image came to me the afternoon before the ceremony.
 
Grandfather Fire by mayah (c)2012 Marking pen and Ink     "Our relationship with Fire is ancient. Fire helped our ancestors in many ways, bringing them warmth, protection, and connection to the heart wisdom that kept life in balance." http://www.sacredfirecommunity.org/sfc/content/history   "The Huichol People of central Mexico still follow the age-old shamanic ways of their ancestors, an unbroken wisdom-bridge stretching back into the Paleolithic. The ’mara’akame’, the shaman, still leads pilgrims on a yearly journe ...   read more



 
Poem:FireCircle   10 y  
Attended a Fire Circle last night. Wasn't sure I wanted to go, but decided it was something Spirit wanted me to do after this poem came through me.
 
Fire Circle Come Dance with Me Come Dance in the Flames of Purification and Renewal Warm the Heart Warm the Soul Fire your Passion Life Force ItSelf Yearning to Be? Yearning to Become? Come Dance with Me Come Dance in My Flames and Rejoice! Mayah (c)2012     About Sacred Fire Community: http://www.sacredfirecommunity.org/sfc/content/history ”The purpose of the Sacred Fire Community is to rekindle our relationship to each other and the world through the universal and sacred spirit of Fire. The Sacred Fire Community consists of people ...   read more



 
Women Shamans   11 y  
"Trailer for the forthcoming movie by Max Dashu on female spiritual leaders, dreamers, drummers, healers, ecstatic dancers, and psychonauts. It gives a global view of archaeology, rock art, and cultural treasures representing women shamans throughout history."
 
See http://www.suppressedhistories.net for more information and links to contribute to the production fundraising, or visit the Suppressed Histories page on Facebook.   read more



 
Peace Songs   11 y  
Two Songs of Peace from Playing for Change/Peace Through Music
 
”In the beginning of 2010 the Playing For Change crew began work on a new Song Around the World, John Lennon’s ’Imagine.’ This song is the Playing For Change Foundation’s gift to the world. The Playing For Change Foundation feels honored to have the blessing and generous support of Yoko Ono as music lovers around the world join together to launch the Power to the People campaign. The campaign seeks to advance John Lennon’s vision of peace by engaging artists and audiences to contribute to music education programs worldwide. Proceeds raised will help build music schools, support teachers an ...   read more



 
My Fav Music   11 y  
My Favorite Music from Playing for Change/Peace Through Music, featuring Grandpa Elliot in New Orleans singing Stand by Me and in Los Angeles Dodger Stadium singing God Bless America--I've never heard it sung this way before, and it brought tears to my eyes!
 
http://playingforchange.com - From the award-winning documentary, ”Playing For Change: Peace Through Music”, comes the first of many ”songs around the world” being released independently. Featured is a cover of the Ben E. King classic by musicians around the world adding their part to the song as it travelled the globe. While the Playing For Change Band was in Los Angeles, Grandpa Elliott received a special invitation to perform at Dodger Stadium. To open the game, Grandpa played a soulful rendition of The Star Spangled Banner on his harmonica. And then during the seventh i ...   read more



 
Protect the Spirit Bear   11 y  
Spirit Bears only live on the coast of British Columbia. Their habitat is endangered by the proposed Northern Gateway pipeline that would carry 500,000 barrels a day of oil from the Alberta tar sands directly through the home of the Spirit Bear. I've made some mini art work to celebrate the Spirit Bear. Please take action to help protect Spirit Bears and their habitat.
 
Eco MaG by mayah "Spirit Bear" (c)2011 The wonderful photo of this White Spirit Bear is from National Resources Defense Council. The background is a photo of British Columbia, the habitat of the Spirit Bear. In British Columbia, one out of every 10 bear cubs is born white. The Spirit Bears are threatened:  "The proposed Northern Gateway pipeline would carry 500,000 barrels a day of the world’s dirtiest oil from the Alberta tar sands directly through the home of the Spirit Bear, native only to the coastal rainforest of Canada’s Brit ...   read more



 
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