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Adorn your walls with POWERFUL artwork-

straight from MY DREAMS TO YOUR EYES!





8x10,  11x14,  16x20,  18x24.




for best results, unroll and weigh down with a clean, heavy coffee table book for 24 hours before framing.

Slight variations in cropping will occur based on size / aspect ratio ordered.



These exquisite images were a joy to create, and I know you’ll take great joy in living your life with them!

Hey. Our homes should be fun for us to live in.  Whatever your home looks like, or however you want it to feel, the ART you live with can enhance your enjoyment of home and just make you feel ALIVE!  The environment we find ourselves in (that we get to create for ourselves!) is a crucial aspect of the sense of contentment we get out of life.  And, the art we live with says something unique about us.  It inspires us, uplifts us, and sets the tone for our lives.  I think that’s so important!  If you’re on the fence, come over to this side!  Grab yourself some totally unique artwork that will jumpstart something new within you.

"Memento Mori - Self Sacrifice" Art Print, 4 Sizes

PriceFrom $25.00
  • *4 Easy-to-Frame Sizes

    *Lustrous Photo Paper Prints

    *Ships Rolled

    *Cropping May Vary Slightly per Size / Shape Ordered

    *Due to my print providers, your order may come in separate packages if you order multiple items

  • "Memento Mori - Self Sacrifice"

    "Memento Mori," or,  "remember you will die" is a Stoic saying that, for me, grounds me in reality while also allowing me the freedom to celebrate every moment of life, delightful or nasty- because this life is temporary, it is my mission to drink in the essence of it at all costs, while I still can.

    "Self Sacrifice"- if I cling to my personhood too strongly, I might miss the greater reality that surrounds us and permeates through us.  To give up the identity in favor of living expansively in the great perfection of "god" or the ONE THING, is a frightening concept for some.  I drift through moments of severe identification with my "self" which causes pain, confusion, "stuck-ness" and suffering.  Sometimes the daunting Memento Mori applies to my identity- it arises, and it flows away.  It is more delightful when it flows away.

    This self portrait is a deity of remembering to get my self out of the way- sacrifice it- and then abide in the great perfection effortlessly!

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