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Carol Herzer: Drawings

Drawings by Carol Herzer, visionary, expressive, nature themes, inner worlds, dreams, magical landscapes.
All images are copyright  by Carol Herzer.
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Kundalini Sunrise

Kundalini Sunrise
Pencil on sketch paper, 12 x 18 inches.A second kundalini theme sketch. This drawing was created at the same time as Kundalini Black and White.
 

Transitions
Transitions
Pencil on good drawing paper, 9 x 12 inches.
 

The Musician
The Musician
Pencil on good drawing paper, 6 x 9 inches. A musician I knew, a bass player.
 

Tell Me the Truth About Rose

Tell Me the Truth About Rose
Pencil, good paper, 13 x 15. Reflections at the edge of a magical lake, asking questions about life and reality.
 

Summer in the Forest
Summer in the Forest
Pencil, 13 x 15, good quality paper. when my two sons were growing up we spent our summers away from the city, in the woods, and did a lot of hiking.
 

Seashore Spirits
Seashore Spirits
Pencil on good paper, 9 x 12. Visiting in the northwest, the bay at Port Ludlow, steep sides, big trees, nature spirits were there watching over the shore.
 

Remembering Roots
Remembering Roots
Pencil on good paper, 13 x 15. Back in the city, in the park with the kids, drawing pad and pencils, thinking about the woods and nature.
 

Raphael and the Sea Snail
Raphael and the Sea Snail
Pencil on good paper, 6 x 9. as a child my son Raphael was always so interested in all the little animals and things of nature.
 

Flying Dream

Flying Dream
Pencil on good paper, 13 x 15 inches. One summer, while in Woodstock, a lady passed through who did past life regressions. I thought it would be interesting, but in the session felt very blocked. That night however, I had an incredible dream, the moon was VERY big, and I was flying.
 

Days on the Plains

Days on the Plains
Pencil on paper, 12 x 18 inches. A sketchbook drawing that I really like. Perhaps it is about my great grandparents who started their family on the plains, in North Dakota. The image just emerged, it was not intended.


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