Genre: Surrealism, Montage, Fantasy, Eclectic, Metaphysical
This is a digitized composition, primary market fine art asset from an original digital medium illustration originally designed for the Rinascimento Tarocchi tarot deck which maintains a similar theme throughout all 24 illustrations.
This piece depicts a visionary perspective in relation to the metaphysics of the divine wisdom associated with the II Sacerdotessa card - Popess, Guardian of the gate for Pisces, Water, Neptune. This piece provides a calming earthy balance to any decor and unique focal point for meditation or intellectual conversation.
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World Of Tarot offers tarot designs by Londa R. Marks, artist/author of 13 tarot decks published by Alchemist Publishing and U.S.Games Systems.
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