Dynamic Dreamer ~ Art Weaver

The Ghostly, Mythic, Tarot & Fairy Tale musings of Lisa Hunt

The finished Goose-Shapeshifter painting, pelican in progress and nurturing creativity in the home.

| November 9, 2012

“I am the Goose, the mysterious guardian of migrations everywhere. I am the soul who travels. I am the quest within. If you are stagnating today, it may be time to seek warmer pastures. It may be the call to a journey, the same journey that marks the beginning of every great story ever told. I may inspire a road trip, or open your eyes to those wide open spaces on the other side of the fence. But whichever ways I lead you, you will never return home the same.” ~Lesley Morrison…

My 15 year journey with tarot: a retrospective

| May 29, 2010

2010 is nearly halfway over. Can you believe it? I can’t! It recently dawned on me that I did my first tarot painting 15 years ago. So much has happened since. I’ve grown from a young idealist to a middle-aged idealist. My life has changed, my art has changed, but the basic core of who I am has never been compromised

Celtic Dragon Giveaway – Celebrating Its 10th Anniversary!

| November 2, 2009

Win a signed ‘Queen of Swords’ poster in celebration of the Celtic Dragon Tarot’s 10th anniversary!

Art Show Extravaganza!

| October 10, 2009

I’m proud to announce my participation in two upcoming art show events, one to be held in New York City and the other right here in South florida…

I love contests~here’s a unique one from Llewellyn

| September 25, 2009

“To celebrate the release of The Fairy Tale Tarot, we’re giving away nine uncut card sheets signed by Lisa Hunt, the internationally renowned artist who created this charming and evocative new Tarot deck.”~Llewellyn Llewellyn is generously giving away 9 uncut press sheets suitable for framing. Having personally signed these beauties, I can attest to the […]

Making the Journey out and in

| July 4, 2009

The Moody Blues record albums were a staple during my early college years. To me, their songs reminded me of mythic journeys and inspired some of my earliest works. And most often, the paintings were not based on academic application, but rather they served as a conduit for inner feelings and the compulsion to tell fairy tales, myths and legends via the paintbrush…