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
I could see and hear swans and ducks in the distance. The March wind was brisk. What are some things I was thinking as I waded out into the estuary? These are the prayers before and during: I am one with you, environment, river and sound, gorgeous sky and birds. Please, give me a clear path. I am humbled and awake. I appeal to my higher self. I beg, may I lead a constructive life, may I be disciplined against my temptations! May I be able to look upon myself and others with eyes of understanding and love! May I never forget to be grateful for the time, efforts and energy of all the people, of nature, of animals, the mud, the soil, plants, trees, sky, great spirits, beauty, air, minerals, water that contribute to my life here.
Appealing to the higher Self, acrylic and gifted glitter on roofing paper, 35 by 40 in. Emilia Kallock, 2020
Serenity and Despair, pencil on paper, 8 by 10 in. Emilia Kallock, 2020
Bird Songs (Inspired by Swanson’s Thrush) watercolor on paper, 6 by 9 in. Emilia Kallock, 2019
Watercolor of yoga asanas and chakra colors..
Sea Turtle, oil on canvas, 16 by 28 in. Emilia Kallock, 2019
I’ve spent most of the day in bed today due to a hurt back, so I’ve enjoyed the sketchbook-