What is Intuitive Art? How does it work?
Through meditation I connect with your spiritual team as I would in a psychic reading and they show me an initial image. The process is exciting because neither you nor I know what to expect. As the creation continues, your team works with me to reveal the perfect image for you, one that will speak to you on another level. Take a look below at these two very different examples, each reflecting the client they were designed for.
Here's what Lea and Ina had to say:
This resonates so strongly with me in a way that I don’t even understand. I purposely didn’t tell you how visually particular I am as I didn’t feel like that would benefit anyone. I also was super interested in what would come.
It really blows me away. It’s almost like looking at it unlocks something in me that I don’t understand and/or can’t put words to.
It’s perfect in a way that brings tears to my eyes. Seriously. I’m a little overwhelmed and can probably give you more insight later but wanted to immediately tell you how I was feeling.
I would have never been able to give you direction to come up with this creatively because I never would have known how this would strike me.
It feels very important. I am so grateful.”
“You are freaking awesome, Scott! I love it! It’s got such a fun, alive, extra terrestrial vibe. It’s super juicy.
Thank you, thank you, thank you!!!”
Some Questions Answered:
What is the process? How do you actually create Intuitive Art?
I begin a piece by thinking about how the art might look and I immediately receive a feeling for the piece and a vision of the colors involved and maybe a bit of the design. Then I meditate and get a rough design, which I sketch out with pen and paper. The blue ‘pod’ image is actually an enlargement of such a sketch with modifications and color added in Adobe Illustrator. I complete the remainder of the creation by being in “the Zone” and following my gut (which is really a form of channeling).
What medium(s) do you use?
I’ve used sketches, Photoshop, and Illustrator to create the pieces and they’ve been printed from an Illustrator file. I choose the paper that best fits the image but a customer can choose differently if they wish. The print is shipped free of charge.
Do you provide framing?
I can provide framing for Atlanta clients at an additional cost or recommend a frame shop. I'm not able to do this for out of state clients due to the difficulty and expense of shipping glass.