Year of Serenity Weekly Recap (Flight 10: 3/8 – 3/13)

Artemis Sere SS-SG-00362 The Vizier

This blog highlights the daily shares from the Serenity Gallery of Artemis Sere during the #yearofSerenity. 

Each "Flight of Serenity" contains:

    • The image and link to a piece from "Echoprism Vol 1 (SS-SG-00001 - SS-SG-00300)
    • The image and link to a piece from "Echoprism Vol 2 (SS-SG-00301 - SS-SG-00600)
    • Pieces that were shared Monday - Saturday of the previous week.

Check out the following pieces that were shared between March 8, 2021 and March 13, 2021.

Looking for past #flightsofSerenity? Check out my page for them here.

If you're feeling inspired, drop a comment on this blog and let me know what you think of my work.

If you're feeling generous, share my work to your orbit, buy a print from my DeviantArt profile, or grab a copy of "Echoprism Vol. 1" from Blurb.

If you've missed any of my weekly updates, be sure you're subscribed to my Artrovert blog. You can do that through the interface at the end of this blog. Remember to check your email to validate your subscription!

Thank you very much for following  and engaging with my  #yearofSerenity! 

FLIGHT 10

113/600
"Lazarus"
SS-SG-00057

Acrylic on 12 x 12 canvas.

114/600
"As the Suburb Burns Down"
SS-SG-00357

Acrylic and art resin on 12 x 12 canvas.

115/600
"Cascading Trances"
SS-SG-00058

Acrylic on 12 x 12 canvas.

116/600
"A Grimmer Stand"
SS-SG-00358

Acrylic on wood end table, home décor.

117/600:
"Leftpathred 3: Dirge for the Savage Surgeon"
SS-SG-00059

Acrylic on 12 x 12 canvas.

118/600
"The Vast (Part 2)"
SS-SG-00359

Acrylic on 8 x10 paper in painted frame.

119/600
"Ravepunk"
SS-SG-00060

Acrylic on 12 x 12 canvas.

120/600
"The Vast (Part 3)"
SS-SG-00360

Acrylic on 8 x10 paper in painted frame.

121/600
"Above the Blindness"
SS-SG-00061

Acrylic on 12 x 12 canvas.

122/600
"Hail the Hunter"
SS-SG-00361

Acrylic on 8 x 10 canvas

123/600
"Red Moon Rising"
SS-SG-00062

Acrylic on 12 x 12 canvas

124/600
"The Vizier"
SS-SG-00362

Acrylic and art resin on 18 x 24 canvas.

FLIGHT 10

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Year of Serenity Weekly Recap (Flight 9: 3/1 – 3/6)

Artemis Sere SS-SG-00354 Antihero

This blog highlights the daily shares from the Serenity Gallery of Artemis Sere during the #yearofSerenity. 

Each "Flight of Serenity" contains:

    • The image and link to a piece from "Echoprism Vol 1 (SS-SG-00001 - SS-SG-00300)
    • The image and link to a piece from "Echoprism Vol 2 (SS-SG-00301 - SS-SG-00600)
    • Pieces that were shared Monday - Saturday of the previous week.

Check out the following pieces that were shared between March 1, 2021 and March 6, 2021.

Looking for past #flightsofSerenity? Check out my page for them here.

If you're feeling inspired, drop a comment on this blog and let me know what you think of my work.

If you're feeling generous, share my work to your orbit, buy a print from my DeviantArt profile, or grab a copy of "Echoprism Vol. 1" from Blurb.

If you've missed any of my weekly updates, be sure you're subscribed to my Artrovert blog. You can do that through the interface at the end of this blog. Remember to check your email to validate your subscription!

Thank you very much for following  and engaging with my  #yearofSerenity! 

FLIGHT 9

101/600
"Portrait of a Charming Zombie"
SS-SG-00051

Acrylic on 12 x 12 canvas.

102/600
"The Gaud Forsaken"
SS-SG-00351

Acrylic, 3M Dichroic Film, and resin on 20 x 20 canvas.

103/600
"Crypt Echoes 1"
SS-SG-00052

Acrylic on 12 x 12 canvas.

104/600
"Death's Caress"
SS-SG-00352

Acrylic and resin on 16 x 20 canvas.

105/600
"Lobotomy of Me"
SS-SG-00053

Acrylic on 12 x 12 canvas.

106/600
"Set In Bone"
SS-SG-00353

Acrylic, tape, and resin on 16 x 20 canvas.

107/600
"Serehand 1"
SS-SG-00054

Acrylic on 12 x 12 canvas.

108/600
"Antihero"
SS-SG-00354

Acrylic on 18 x 24 canvas.

109/600
"Serehand 2"
SS-SG-00055

Acrylic on 12 x 12 canvas.

110/600
"Shadows and Flame"
SS-SG-00355

Acrylic on 9 x 12 paper in painted wood frame.

111/600
"Recursed"
SS-SG-00056

Acrylic on 12 x 12 canvas.

112/600
"Panes of Flame"
SS-SG-00356

Acrylic on 9 x 12 paper in painted frame.

FLIGHT 9

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Shadow’s Exit

Artemis Sere Shadow's Exit

Today my youngest brother and his family said "goodbye" to a treasured family member, their Shih Tzu named "Shadow". It is a sad day in our orbit, but Shadow's time had come. The poor pup was wracked with skin issues, arthritis and other joint and muscle issues, and eye issues as he aged. Through all the pain and discomfort, he was always cute, cuddly, and pleasant.

Shih Tzus are born with many genetic challenges, not the least being so short and close to the ground that they might as well be considered a mud brush. I'll never forget his little rubber booties, or how he needed them to go for a walk on inclement days.

Shadow was purchased as a wee pup, and lived over 15 human years, an impressive feat for a dog (I never had one that lived over a decade). Shih Tzus are known to live for a long time, and Shadow gave our family a lot of great years. Evidently, the ratio of "seven human years to every dog year" is not accurate or correct. By the math put forth by the American Kennel Club, little Shadow lived around 90 human years!

Artemis Sere Shadow's Exit

Shadow lived a full, healthy life and he was well-taken care of by his family. You would seldom see my brother and his family without Shadow. His presence was a fixture at family events, and he was always a fun, energetic, patient, respectful, and loving dog.

Even with my cat, Jinx.

My brother told me once that he was given the name "Shadow" because he followed as reliably as a shadow trails behind us. When I lived with my brother and his family for five years, Shadow kept me company during some of my toughest times. He would often visit my room looking for treats and other handouts, but always stayed for the belly rubs and slobbery kisses. I had ample opportunities to capture shots of Shadow while I was learning how to use a DSLR camera, and he was a willing model.

Pets are treasured family members and deserve to be treated with endless love, care, and respect. Shadow will be greatly, deeply missed by all who knew him.

Lightspeed, Shadow. Thank you for being a source of light and love in my life.

Today my youngest brother and his family said "goodbye" to a treasured family member, their Shih Tzu named "Shadow". It is a sad day in our orbit, but Shadow's time had come. The poor pup was wracked with skin issues, arthritis and other joint and muscle issues, and eye issues as he aged. Through all the pain and discomfort, he was always cute, cuddly, and pleasant.

Shih Tzus are born with many genetic challenges, not the least being so short and close to the ground that they might as well be considered a mud brush. I'll never forget his little rubber booties, or how he needed them to go for a walk on inclement days.

Shadow was purchased as a wee pup, and lived over 15 human years, an impressive feat for a dog (I never had one that lived over a decade). Shih Tzus are known to live for a long time, and Shadow gave our family a lot of great years. Evidently, the ratio of "seven human years to every dog year" is not accurate or correct. By the math put forth by the American Kennel Club, little Shadow lived around 90 human years!

Artemis Sere Shadow's Exit

Shadow lived a full, healthy life and he was well-taken care of by his family. You would seldom see my brother and his family without Shadow. His presence was a fixture at family events, and he was always a fun, energetic, patient, respectful, and loving dog.

Even with my cat, Jinx.

My brother told me once that he was given the name "Shadow" because he followed as reliably as a shadow trails behind us. When I lived with my brother and his family for five years, Shadow kept me company during some of my toughest times. He would often visit my room looking for treats and other handouts, but always stayed for the belly rubs and slobbery kisses. I had ample opportunities to capture shots of Shadow while I was learning how to use a DSLR camera, and he was a willing model.

Pets are treasured family members and deserve to be treated with endless love, care, and respect. Shadow will be greatly, deeply missed by all who knew him.

Lightspeed, Shadow. Thank you for being a source of light and love in my life.

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