Saboteur

Saboteur – Drawing & Digital Art by Mary Mikawoz
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Saboteur

I drew the “Saboteur” based on the teachings of Keith MacPherson in a course called “Making Sense of Mindfulness” – https://www.keithmacpherson.ca 

The Saboteur for me is an entity that prevents me from creating when I want to. It is the fear-based ego-mind that stops me right in my tracks from moving forward with my ideas and inspirations to create. 

It has three heads with its own eyes which, for me, represents the past, present and future. Each time period, has its own way of creating tension in the way of regrets (past), fears (present) and anxieties (future). 

The middle eye in the body is like the evil eye of Sauron from J.R.R. Tolkien’s book “Lord of the Rings.” 

The thing about my Saboteur is that he is kind of whimsical and mystical and can be beaten at his own game as he does not have any arms or hands to fight back with. I can prevail and create. I can write more books, take more beautiful photographs and create images of artwork from India Ink drawings, abstract painting, computer design and digital art. 

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Original Journey’s End

Mikawoz Original Journey's End

This is the original to the mixed media Journey’s End from the day beforehand. I liked it in and of itself as it was so have decided to put the original source of inspiration up.

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Red Pathway

Mikawoz Red Pathway

Red Pathway

I have taken an image that I took at the Banana Bay Restaurant in Freeport, Bahamas. I have actually decided to play around with filters and such. i have made the pathway and the ropes red while texturizing the background.

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Three of Us

Mikawoz Three of Us

Three Of Us

These three beautiful pink roses represent the three of us in our immediate family. I love the dew that has formed on these flowers while late in the autumn in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

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Crown Thistle

Mikawoz Crown Thistle 2

Crown Thistle

This is a crown thistle. It is perfect with its jagged edges and thorns. “Thistle is the common name of a group of flowering plants characterised by leaves with sharp prickles on the margins, mostly in the family Asteraceae. Prickles can also occur all over the plant – on the stem and on the flat parts of the leaves.”

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