Landscape design with land use suggestions to facilitate the preservation and access to wild, natural spaces in order to live a more beautiful, peaceful life in balance with biodiversity and nature.
Hello We Are Fish, But Actually We Are Fish From The Dead, oil and acrylic on roofing paper, 36 by 51 in. Emilia Kallock 2021
Serenity and Despair, pencil on paper, 8 by 10 in. Emilia Kallock, 2020
My Interior Study, pen on paper, 4 by 4 in. Emilia Kallock 2019
Watercolor of yoga asanas and chakra colors..
Sea Turtle, oil on canvas, 16 by 28 in. Emilia Kallock, 2019
Two new works to be added to the Eros section, password Pompeii.
First of the 2016 One Up Mushroom Paintings sold!
Leading from the heart, and remembering to do so in challenging times. A wish for the health of the forests, and for all animals that they may have access to humane living conditions . Little wish squiggles of other beautiful things. Topaz, olivine, and other precious gems. A friend took pictures of me in recumbent poses for figure guides. A giant nasturtium flower in the background painted with pigment I bought in Vietnam. Tree saplings on either side of the flower, symbolizing hope for the future. I actually watered a bunch of saplings yesterday, so maybe art mimics life or life mimics art-