Infinite Serpent: The double serpents intertwined between the Full Moon and the New Moon shows us the returning cycles of the Moon being dark to illuminated, a continuous circuit that is in an infinite feedback loop. Use this journal as a space to freely write or a place to track your cycles of life.
Waxing Serpent: This serpent shows us the waxing phase. The triangle and renewed skin of the snake skin shows us we are in a Cosmic Inhale: as the Moon is increasing in light, we are regenerating, absorbing building energy, and increasing strength. Use this journal as a space to freely write or a place to renew your “skin.”
Waning Serpent: This serpent shows us the waning phase. The upside triangle and shedding of the snake skin shows us we are in a Cosmic Exhale: as the Moon is decreasing in light, we are detoxing, clearing, sweating and drying out. Use this journal as a space to freely write or a place to shed your “skin.”
Size: 6x9 inches
Pages: 82 pages
Processing, printing and delivering can take 1.5-2.5 weeks.
Artist Marissa Quinn
@MarissaQuinn | MarissaQuinn-Art.com
San Diego based artist Marissa Quinn creates intensely detailed and intricate pen and ink drawings, based on personal visions and dream states. Her work narrates the cyclical stories of extinction and growth in nature. Quinn’s dramatic compositions seem to be caught in space and time, in states of either transformation or adaptation to current biospheric changes in our Earth.
Quinn lives and creates in San Diego, California. She obtained both her Bachelor's Degree in Fine Art (BFA) and her Master's Degree in Fine Art (MFA) from Azusa Pacific University in California and holds a position as Adjunct Professor of Art at Point Loma Nazarene University in San Diego, California.