The place was even more fantastic and imaginative than I thought. So many great spaces with dragons and butterflies,
|butterfly--Three Sisters Sanctuary--Ann Brauer|
|lady--Three Sisters Sanctuary--Ann Brauer|
|Dancing girl--Three Sisters Sanctuary--Ann Brauer|
And the rocks. So hard to capture on camera but they were the stars. Set around spaces for meditation and celebration. I wanted to just wander quietly and revisit them one at a time. Run my hands over them. Pause and commune with them. Then examine all the wonderful mementos that had been left by others. Absorb the space.
|Memento--Three Sisters Sanctuary--Ann Brauer|
It became even more special when the creator of this space explained his vision. How it kept growing. Each new addition flowing out of him. The rocks that positioned themselves just right to create the perfect feeling. One place where he said he could feel the push pull of two rocks interacting with each other. The stories. Even the sorrow that inspired the initial vision and that grew as others added their stories and their sorrows and joy to the whole.
Isn't that in part what art is? Something that comes from beyond ourselves and can communicate to others. That taps into the universal and lets us all get a bit of a glimpse of the larger story that is beyond words.
And now that I have stopped by once, I know I must return and absorb it in my own way and with my own vision. Have you been to the Three Sisters Sanctuary? Do you have a space like this near you? Have you stopped and learned some of its mysteries and voices? Does the art come through you? For more info on Three Sisters:threesisterssanctuary.com
|Forest person--Three Sisters Sanctuary--Ann Brauer|