The Moon card – Tarot of The Sublime 2020

The Tarot of the Sublime offers a contemporary approach to the ancient form of the tarot card. Each card is derived from the Theory of the Sublime: the meeting of the emotional and
natural world. Our true self. The intention of this deck is to inspire connections with the earth and our alignment with nature encouraging communication with our surroundings while gaining insight into our stories-past, present and future.

The High Priestess card – Tarot of The Sublime 2020

The Tarot of the Sublime offers a contemporary approach to the ancient form of the tarot card. Each card is derived from the Theory of the Sublime: the meeting of the emotional and
natural world. Our true self. The intention of this deck is to inspire connections with the earth and our alignment with nature encouraging communication with our surroundings while gaining insight into our stories-past, present and future.

The Lovers card – Tarot of The Sublime 2020

The Tarot of the Sublime offers a contemporary approach to the ancient form of the tarot card. Each card is derived from the Theory of the Sublime: the meeting of the emotional and
natural world. Our true self. The intention of this deck is to inspire connections with the earth and our alignment with nature encouraging communication with our surroundings while gaining insight into our stories-past, present and future.

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keri rosebraugh

United States

https://www.kerirosebraugh.com/

Rosebraugh attained her MFA in Florence, Italy and currently lives and works in Los Angeles, California and Marnay Sur Seine, France. In 2016, her work was accepted into 3 group exhibitions in City Hall in Paris, France in conjunction with the International Summit on Climate Change. Rosebraugh’s artwork is part of the Permanent Collection of the Museo de Arte Contemporanea di Florina in Greece and was installed into the Natural History/State Darwin Museum in Moscow, Russia. In 2020 was included in an exhibition titled “Corona and Climate Crisis” at the Group Global 3000 Gallery for Sustainable Art in Berlin, Germany. Her artist residencies include sailing the Arctic Circle, creating work based on the importance of water at the Scuola Internazionale di Grafica in Venice, Italy, and researching water from the River Seine
at the Camac Foundation in Marnay Sur Seine. She was recently featured in LA Voyage magazine, (fall 2020) and the LA Downtown News (Summer 2020).

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