Dance of Polarity series
Within the shadow of Cathedral Rock Sedona, she held the tiny colorful Hummingbird in her outstretched palm. Seconds clocked by rapid shutter clicks awaiting flight. His energy polarized within the radial spin of the divine feminine vortex. The encounter shocking his system. With merciful grace she sweetened his breath with the nectar of Beardtongue. His heartbeat fluttered back into action. Suddenly he arose fast and light upon invisible wings only to retreat from her back into the wild.
This series is about the natural polarity between masculine and feminine which is found not only in nature but within each of us. Achieving balance between these aspects of self is the key to creating balance and harmony between humanity and the natural world.
To live in harmony with nature, we can make small changes to assist rather than harm. Hummingbirds are benefitted when people use native plants in gardens, such as Penstemon and Agastache. We can also be mindful by choosing calcium fortified hummingbird food instead of the type made with red dye. Hummingbirds need calcium to lay eggs with strong shells.
Leslie Jay Bosch is a classically trained Fine Artist. Her education includes a Scholarship to the Ryman Arts Program at the University of Southern California and a BFA from Art Center College of Design, Pasadena CA. Leslie Jay is a 2018 Alexa Rose Artist Grant recipient. She is actively involved in the Treasure Valley Artist Alliance as a Board Member and art exhibitions Curator at Nampa Civic Center. Leslie Jay’s intention is to create art that is both personally unique and universally accessible.
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