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"Faith, (victory i)" sold

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"Faith, (victory i)" sold


"Faith, (victory i)" sold



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"Victory, (ii)" 6"x6"
Leah Campbell Badertscher, 2017
Acrylic, ink, multimedia and resin on cradle board (1.5" depth), $350 + S&H


"Whenever you face anything and you don't know the answer, just call yourself inside and say, 'Victory.' Make it a guide word, make it a precious word...Don't ask questions. Don't try to solve problems. Just utter the word 'Victory.' ... Try it. You'll find the strength of a hundred angels behind you." -Yogi Bhajan

Since I first came across this quote a few months ago, it has been inspiring me in so many ways - not the least of which is my art!  If you've been following me for awhile, you know how much I believe that the energy with which we create things is the energy that we put into what we are making and that energy is then shared with the people and places who receive our work.

I care deeply about inspiring and empowering people to awaken their true selves, their innate creative genius, and live their lives as the powerful, creative artists that we all are.  Whether you consider yourself an "artist" in the traditional sense or not, we all have within us everything we need to create lives in which we are awake, fully alive, strong, joyful, experiencing and contributing all that we came to do and be in this world.  It is very much my intention that these "victory" pieces support that process so that whoever receives them does, in fact, feel the strength of 100 angels as a wind at their back, and that every time they see this piece, they are reminded of the very real presence of extraordinary support.

This is the first "Victory" piece of three I've made so far this year.  The second is simply entitled, "Victory (ii)," and the third is a larger piece, mixed media painting on canvas entitled, "A Boat in a Storm (victory iii)."  (That was is also continuing another theme -"... in a Storm" - see the sold painting, "Roses in a Storm.").

This piece sold within minutes of posting it on Facebook, so I didn't have a chance to officially list it here, but wanted to do so now so people who are interested in the "victory" series can understand more of what they are all about!