This piece was created during a YouTube livestream. I was losing faith there at the end, and I got tired. Little did I know that there was only a green reveal layer to add, update one layer's blending option, and POW.
The Eye is the third in a series of pieces created from the original Rebelle watercolor that really scared me to paint. This collaboration with Azior, a Reptilian focusing in the Orion Light era (after they awakened. It's Star Wars with a happy ending.) Azior also has a human counterpart living on Earth somewhere, although he's not given me details. So all of us had a part. I especially felt the other human's frustration with my bitching about where the squares were placed, and my reluctance to follow directions. To be honest, I agree with them; it really did come off like an annoying Twitch stream.
The first of the series, The Door, dealt with humanity and its focus on basement-level polarity. Fears. Hate. Violence. Shame. Humanity will focus there as a collective for only so long before the natural awakening process kicks in. Souls incarnated on the planet have chosen this path, and as such, they progress through levels of Self consciously. From the basement, they travel through the door to higher levels through the focus on better possibilities for themselves and the planet.
The second in the series was entitled The Window. This level represented where the linear, physically-focused human can meet with higher levels of Self. Here is where the guidance comes from, in whispers, songs and symbols.
This level leads to others as doubts fall away. We then can see many windows leading us to freedom in all areas of our lives. It's pretty bright through that window, and the Higher Self encourages us to peek through as often as we can to consider new possibilities about what humans can do.
So this third work, The Eye, is the landscape beyond the window. It's where you and your Higher Self go to plan.
Azior advised me to explain the utility of this piece. It's not meant to be just a pretty piece of art. Seeing with your eyes is a very subjective process. You and I may be looking at anything, and we see two different renditions of it, since we filter things through our belief systems. If you look into the bright areas of the image, there will be reminders there for each of you.
Each person who views the image will focus on exactly the elements necessary to generate a message for them. It could be an old memory that brings up emotion. It could be a childhood situation. Unfinished business. A cast-aside dream. In any case, it's you, talking to You. Time to plan.
Give your eyes the chance to search around in the depths of green. Your eye will use the elements in the image to create a message for you. Try it.
For me, it took me about a minute to find the first relevant one (a poker spread) and a few seconds to find several others.
Despite the frustration I felt while creating this piece initially, it might now be my favorite piece of art yet. In fact, all of my collaborations with Azior have topped the list.
The Door: https://awa.ke/thedoor
The Window: https://thewindow
Original Watercolor created in Rebelle 3.
Chopped up and reformed in Photoshop.
Here is the unedited video. I'll post the final one later: