Visionary Art of Pearl Whitecrow

In essence, my work is about expressing the highest potential of the macrocosm of society in the microcosm of a woman. It is about seeking and embracing one-ness with the universe, ourselves, eachother and the Men around us as WHOLE WOMEN, as Queens of Creation without the fetters of shame, guilt and fear. We are all daughters, sisters, mothers, wild women, amazons and crones. We are facets of a shimmering mystery that is only beginning to be realized anew. We are Goddess.

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Look at the center of this image for 30sec, then watch Van Gogh’s ‘Starry Night’ come to life.

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The Acquisition of Brísingamen(Young Freyja)10x14 InchesWatercolor on Handmade PaperIf you would like to purchase a print, or the original (while it lasts) you can find it here:http://www.etsy.com/shop/PearlWhitecrow/search?search_query=Freyja&order=date_desc&view_type=gallery&ref=shop_search
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Cumberbitches: Women Who Love Benedict Cumberbatch 
“Throw your boobs in the air if you want some cumberlovin.” — Cumberbitches, October 8, 2010
Do any of those words make sense to you? They might, if you’re among the thousands of members of “the most glorious and elusive society“ devoted to the appreciation of the “high cheekboned, blue eyed sexbomb” that is Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch, star of the BBC series Sherlock. That “society” is the legion of inordinately dedicated fans of Cumberbatch, a group who call themselves “Cumberbitches” — launching a Twitter profile, Facebook page, Pinterest handle, and, yes, countless Tumblrs, in honor of their beloved star.
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Cumberbitches: Women Who Love Benedict Cumberbatch

“Throw your boobs in the air if you want some cumberlovin.”
Cumberbitches, October 8, 2010

Do any of those words make sense to you? They might, if you’re among the thousands of members of “the most glorious and elusive society“ devoted to the appreciation of the “high cheekboned, blue eyed sexbomb” that is Benedict Timothy Carlton Cumberbatch, star of the BBC series Sherlock. That “society” is the legion of inordinately dedicated fans of Cumberbatch, a group who call themselves “Cumberbitches” — launching a Twitter profile, Facebook page, Pinterest handle, and, yes, countless Tumblrs, in honor of their beloved star.

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