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Within the sacred pools appear seven apparitions. Our bewildered alien in the foreground is suddenly gifted with a difficult decision. Each pool holds a single choice - a dragon, representing supernatural forces; a tower, a signal of stability and power; a treasured pearl, signifying abundance and wealth; a kelp crown, representing victory or honor; a head, symbolizing a companion for herself; a snake, a totem of wisdom and knowledge; a shrouded figure, representing the need for illumination.

All of the choices are tempting, but beware as looks can be deceiving. Our alien dreamer must begin to turn her dreams into realities and that means figuring out what is real versus illusion and what might be wishful thinking versus dreams that can be built upon in real life. Each of the pools are interconnected, one flowing into the other. This symbolizes how every choice we make (or don’t make) are connected and will impact the rest of our lives.


This is a limitd edition signed and numbered fine art print.

7 of Cups: Celestial Tarot LE Prints

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  • The prints are unframed and printed on heavy duty, archival watercolor paper with a white border. Each one is hand signed on the back.

    This is a limited edition print with a total run of 78. It is also signed and numbered on the front.

  • If you are unhappy with your purchase please contact me. I will do what I can to make your experience with my work a happy one. 

    Shipping charges are separate from the price of the artwork and will vary depending on the size. If you live within the Denver, CO area it can be arranged to have the artwork picked up or delivered.

    Commissions for original works require a 50% non refundable deposit before work can begin. I will send you a rough draft and several in progress shots to make sure the painting is coming out as desired. When the commission is complete I will send you a picture of the artwork. If anything does not not meet with your approval I will alter it at no additional cost. This does not include major changes that were already agreed upon. What constitutes as a major change lies solely in the opinion of me, the artist. Once the final is complete the remaining 50% balance must be paid in full before delivery of the artwork will take place.

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