Mikawoz cliff

This is a mountain cliff made with India Ink and nib pens.

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Great Gray Owl Together

Great Gray Owl Together

Mikawoz Owl Together

This is a Great Gray Owl and is Manitoba’s Provincial Bird Emblem in 1987. It is a photograph I took in dusk in winter north of Winnipeg, in Little Deer. I then drew an abstract Great Grey Owl to go with it and combined it in the computer.

According to Wikipedia, the great grey owl or great gray owl (Strix nebulosa) is a very large owl, documented as the world’s largest species of owl by length. It is distributed across the Northern Hemisphere, and it is the only species in the Strix genus found in both Eastern and Western Hemispheres. In some areas it is also called Phantom of the North, cinereous owl, spectral owl, Lapland owl, spruce owl, bearded owl, and sooty owl.

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Eagle Reflection

Eagle Reflection
Mikawoz Eagle Reflection
Here is a photograph that I have taken of a Bald Eagle on top of a tree. I have included an abstract drawing of a bald eagle’s head. Together they form a new image.

Abstract Art 102

Mikawoz Abstract Art 102


This is made with fluid Indian Ink wells and old-fashioned nib pens.

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En Formation

I am presenting this image for your interpretation. It has meaning for me.  What you also don’t see and what you don’t know is that for most of my paintings that I do, I paint up and over the edges of the frame’s borders so that the acrylic painting is extended.  So, from where you are sitting, you can not see the entire picture.

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Copyright Protected by Mary Mikawoz

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Serenity in Red

I love the contemplative look of this image that I have created. It is a combined effort in mixed media of black Indian ink with traditional nibs and some more modern and colourful digital design.  I love the flow of the items in the image including the tranquil face.  This also, for me, represents the Muladhara or the Root Chakra.  I think it would be very good to meditate on this image or to be inspired as one does yoga.

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Thanks, Mary