This is the Gallery for Studio Xpremental Norway by Anne Elisabeth Nitteberg and Gerlinde Streit.
When I lived in Trondheim I loved spending night hours outside watching this phenomenon. The strange thing is, I always believed I could hear it, too. Deep organ tones, or wind or electronic sounds....You painting brings it all back. Thanks for joining my Arizona blog! Most of my paintings are accessable from there, too, just click on the link in the top right.
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Elisabeth, thank you for inviting me to visit your gallery... your paintings are wonderful, I can see why you were interested in my photos and their painterly quality. Tu b'Shvat is not really pantheistic, it is a celebration of One God's Creation, but I believe that we are all part of the ONEness of being and the labels and unique ways we celebrate Spirit are not as important and Awe in the Mystery, and opening to abundant blessing. I hope that makes sense. I will take time later to view more of your wonderful images!
Thanks for interesting and positive respons.I "celebrate" the Oneness, that is something I can understand and relate to. What we call it, is not so important. To recognize every religion is equally important for us human beings as to respect all living beings and nature around us. We live in this world just a breath long and should take care to leave only light footprints. When I can let those thoughts into my mind while I'm painting something happens on the canvas.Welcome back.