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"Two of Swords" 3.5x5.5 Inches, Original Painting

Materials: collectors postage stamps, jewelry pieces, oil

The Two of Swords is a stalemate. It signifies unsolved issues, no forward progress, and blocked energy. Its a reminder that sometimes being still and blocked is not always a bad thing. There is a purpose for remaining silent and not reacting or responding. Avoidance is necessary until there is clarity. 

The image of this original painting is part of a series of tarot card illustrations. The series is my own version of each of the traditional 78 tarot cards by Rider, Smith, Waite. The version depicted by Rider, Smith, and Waite is the most widely used and most accurately depicted version; The symbolism carefully curated to represent each card's meaning. It has been an absolute pleasure using the Rider, Smith, Waite deck as the inspiration for my series!

The earliest known reference to Tarot Cards dates back to the 1440's. People used them as entertainment, pastime, and spiritual direction. Before the printing press nobility played with the actual hand painted cards!