Healing Series, details. Mixed media with encaustic and gold leaf. 24 x 36 inches each.

Images can promote healing by creating a calm or energetic visual experience that creates a mood.

We can heal ourselves with focused thought and energy.

We can heal, protect and preserve our environment, thereby healing, protecting and preserving ourselves.


Images Promote Healing

FLOW DIPTYCH, two 12 x 12 in panels, encaustic and copper leaf  


Art-making combined with healing has brought forth enormous personal energy. Both a career as a pediatric nurse practitioner and a studio artist were necessary for me to arrive at internal and financial balance. Becoming a second-degree Reiki healer taught me about hands-on healing. After becoming proficient in conventional painting mediums, through a variety of educational sources, I became interested in luminosity, layers, and the atmospheric conditions creating the wavering vibrant color the impressionists saw. I was fortunate to travel to regions and plein air paint where many artists have painted before me. Experimentation with encaustic and other mediums that helped me create luminous layers became my focus. After painting land and waterscapes for many years I realized that I could put forth healing energy towards the earth and our oceans. Healing can occur through painting, meditation, education, sharing the message through the image itself, and explanation of the intent.

King's Garden, three 30 x 30 inch panels, encaustic and oil stick, 2018

Pamela Dorris DeJong Fine Art

Cape Cranberry Bog, Encaustic on panel, 24 x 36 inches

Cape Queen Anne's Lace, Encaustic on Panel, 24 x 36 inches 

Bloom, 24 x 36 inches, Mixed Media with encaustic.

Bloom, 36 inches round, Encaustic and mixed media on milled pine.

Bird Dive, Reaching For The Light, Encaustic on Panel, 30 x 40 inches

Cascade, 20 x 30 inches, Encaustic and mixed media on panel.

English landscapes, Pearson's Point, Maine and Falmouth, Massachusetts. Encaustic and mixed media, 12 x 12 inches each.

Cape Bird nesting, Encaustic and mixed media on panel

Pamela Dorris DeJong

Spring Blossems, Encaustic, oil stick on panel, 6 x 6 x 2 inches.

Blue Garden, 18 x 24 inches, Encaustic and mixed media

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