Mary Kobet Art Collections
Shop for artwork from Mary Kobet based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Artwork by Mary Kobet
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, metal print, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
PPG PGH by Mary Kobet
Chicago Rain Walk by Mary Kobet
PghLightUp by Mary Kobet
Charcoal Water by Mary Kobet
Sera2 by Mary Kobet
JewledUmbre by Mary Kobet
ProcessArtBW1 by Mary Kobet
KalwariaHeart by Mary Kobet
RedDewDrop by Mary Kobet
Winter Chatham Pond by Mary Kobet
FlaMuse by Mary Kobet
Sera2 by Mary Kobet
Poznan2019-2 by Mary Kobet
Poznan2019 by Mary Kobet
Fara2019 by Mary Kobet
Hungarian Church by Mary Kobet
Western PA winter door by Mary Kobet
Life Stories by Mary Kobet
Mirror Composition by Mary Kobet
Rose Holds Change by Mary Kobet
Believing Mirror by Mary Kobet
BackyardSkyShow by Mary Kobet
BirdMoonWoman by Mary Kobet
One Big Spider by Mary Kobet
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Reflecting on the Art of Our Lives
Reflective Images - A Way of Seeing.
"Art is the magic mirror you make to reflect your invisible dreams in visible pictures. You use a glass mirror to see your face; you use works of art to see your soul." George Bernard Shaw
Have you had any interaction with your soul self of late?
"Reflective Images - A Way of Seeing" is my in-person and online offering using intentional creativity sessions and reflective images to explore insightful questions. We each have a symbolic language often more powerful and transformational than words; soul experience and presence we can access through mindfulness and creative process. Making time to connect with our ever-present inner landscapes and imagery can be very transformational.
What responds to our inquiry requires "no art experience." Introspection tools can be as minimal as pen and paper to markers for sketching, drawing, and painting, the use of any dollar store supplies, journaling, singing, movement, and other means. I offer my reflective digital images as portals to the inner image nation and I welcome the use of your reflective photos and digital images as well.
The session draws from your imagination in response to the inquiry that's meaningful to you. Examples: "If I could make room for one thing in my life that's important to me, what would that be?" "I feel boxed in right now. How can I transform these sensations and emotions into the sense of liberation I need?" "What would help me re-write a story I know I've outgrown?"
Visual translations of our inner conversation can sometimes present a profound gift, not always right away, but the link is established, the symbolism takes shape, and something surfaces to inform you. Here is the value of inviting and coaxing our inner world language and presence to reveal and guide us.
I will happily reply to your email contact through this website.
To being with the art of our lives,
For more information on Intentional Creativity see https://imusea.org
"Creating with intention is a sacred act. A consecration. A celebration. An honoring of yourself and your life. All beings have always created."
Musea Co-founders Shiloh Sophia and Jonathan McCloud