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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.
Maiden Mother and Crone - Triple Moon Goddess by Jean Fry
Moth Study by Jean Fry
Garden of Bliss Butterfly Mandala by Jean Fry
Mermaid and Patina Moon by Jean Fry
Jewel of the Ocean by Jean Fry
She Heals by Jean Fry
The River Keeper by Jean Fry
Cactus Blooms in Terracotta by Jean Fry
Abundance Goddess by Jean Fry
The Luna Moth Journey of Faith and Love by Jean Fry
Fairy Nightcap by Jean Fry
Morning Coffee and Fairy Freckles by Jean Fry
On Her Way to the Party by Jean Fry
Fairy Napping in the Purple Tulips by Jean Fry
Coffee Break - The Importance of Fairy Fika by Jean Fry
Nest Service by Jean Fry
Teapot Tempest by Jean Fry
The Queen Bee's Honeycomb by Jean Fry
Tea Time at the Fae Nest by Jean Fry
Fairy Hiding Place inside the Hawaiian Lily by Jean Fry
The Shy Fairy by Jean Fry
Fairy Star a Seven Pointed Star by Jean Fry
Blue Rooster Folk Art by Jean Fry
The Multifarious Paths of the Emperor Moth by Jean Fry
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About Jean Fry
I am a Contemporary Folk and Visionary Artist from the Blue Ridge Mountains. My Passion is to Explore the Spirit of Art, and the Art of Spirit. I create Art that is Inspiring and Empowering, focusing on Nature themes, Goddess Art, Animal Totems, and Symbolic pieces that are Unique and Meaningful. I immerse in various artistic modalities including Original Paintings in acrylics and watercolors, Gourd Art, Sculpting, Mixed Media, and Assemblage.
I consider Art to be Healing, and create with Emotional and Spiritual Connection. Each piece carries meaningful symbolism for me. I place a high importance on Creating, as I use it as a healing vehicle for myself, a Lupus Warrior and Amputee. I believe that art can take us to places that allows our souls to heal. I choose not to paint my pain, but to paint the world in which my spirit can heal.