Sacred Energy Art

In 2007 St. Thérèse of Lisieux appeared to me in a vision telling me to paint.

The tree serving as my easel.

The tree serving as my easel.

I wasn’t an artist, but I did as I was instructed. I set my first blank canvas in the crouch of an old  maple tree on my suburban property, then sat in meditation until St. Thérèse appeared and instructed me on what, and how, to paint. She has been showing me what to paint ever since and ensures that each piece of art is imbued with sacred, healing energy.

 

AVAILABLE FOR SALE:

None available at the moment. Please check back.
All art work sold is between 5″x5″ and 36″x36″
To place an order please email theresa@theresajoseph.com

SOLD:

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

5"x5"

 

5"x5"

 

5"x5"

 

5"x5"

 

10"x10" DeGregorio Foundation

 

10"x10"

 

5"x7" Sorcha

 

10"x10" DeGregorio Foundation

 

5"x5"

 

5x5 For Sale

 

5x5 For Sale

 

DeGregorio Foundation Auction 2015 12x12

 

Dennis Smyers 12x12

 

Rob Insolia 36x36

 

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10x10 David Freeman

 

5x5

 

5x5

 

5x5

 

5x7

 

Kathy Everstberg 5x7

 

Paintings

 

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Annabel Monaghan 12x12

 

Kendall 5x5"

 

Cate Turner, Tracy's daughter 10x10

 

Laurie Dougherty via Marcia Tucker 36x36

 

Amanda Davis 12x12

 

Finn Ahren 7/10/13 8x10

 

Linda Kresiberg July 2013 20x23

 

July 2013 3x3 - Lee Bryant

 

Paintings

 

Judy Croughan Travel size

 

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Judy Croughan

 

36" Square - Lynn DeGregorio

 

Kim Kaufman 36" square

 

Linda Fallo-Mitchell 20"x16"

 

30"x24" Kendall Norton

 

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Charisse Czaja 30"x24"

 

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Sold - Nancy Serkes 8/31/10

 

Sold Nancy Serkes 8/31/10

 

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Linda

 

Linda's friend in Switzerland/France

 

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Sean James

 

Heather Cummings

 

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Liz Rollins

 

Danielle

 

 

Sean James

 

Gabrielle Streiff

 

Elizabeth Wolfe

 

Natacha Streiff

 

Linda

 

First of the paintings I was instructed to produce.

First of the paintings I made using the crouch of an old maple tree as my “easel”. The painting is shown here on a proper easel, which I was forced to buy after learning that my old “easel” did not protect the wet paint from falling leaf debris.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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