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Featuring 44 full-page colour artwork reproductions
About the Journal
You are ever-evolving and changing. Like a tree from one season to the next, your branches lengthen, new ones form, and others wither and fall away. This journal is a place for you to explore your changing self. To climb, sit, and weave with your growth, honest about who you are and curious about all you are becoming.
“In the present, I do not desire to influence others in any other manner except to help them open their minds and explore the realms they find within. I am not here to tell you how you should live or how or what you should believe. I am a toolmaker. It is my place and purpose to create tools that enable you to best determine how you live, and what you will believe, all by yourself.” — Ravynne Phelan
This deluxe softcover journal features 220 pages of cream-coloured premium quality wood-free paper, with a combination of lined and unlined pages to accommodate all facets of your self-expression – you may like to write, doodle, paint or draw. Featuring 44 full-colour illustrations from beloved Australian artist, Ravynne Phelan.
Total Pages: 220 (Paperback)
Size of Journal: Approximately 18 cm in width, and 23.5 cm in height.
Wood-free paper is paper that is free of mechanically ground wood fibres. It still technically contains wood pulp, but is processed so that the wood components are removed. Other fillers can sometimes be added such as the cellulous fibres from different plant materials or cotton rags etc. Wood-free paper is often used because it doesn’t suffer from the same kind of discolouration that happens over time with regular paper.
More About Ravynne Phelan
Born in 1969, Australian alchemist artist and author, Ravyne Michele Phelan, a.k.a. Michele-lee Phelan, came to her artistic career in her early thirties after being diagnosed with depression, forwhich she was prescribed art and writing as a means of therapy and healing. This unusual prescription rekindled a lifelong childhood dream of becoming an artist.
Dedicated to her craft, for the last fifteen years Ravynne (pronounced Raven) has painted on an almost daily basis. Thousands of hours and hundreds of paintings later, many for publishers, self-published authors, and private commission, she now illustrates her own projects and creates divinatory tools for the purpose of helping others become self-aware, creative, expressive, and to reach their potential. She has developed a unique and recognizable style, and creates illustrations that are magical, powerful and evocative, works of art that open the mind and touch the hearts of many. Her original paintings and prints hang on the walls of countless homes, in many different countries, all over the globe.
During this time, Ravynne has also authored and illustrated the Dreams of Gaia Tarot, Messenger Oracle, and Dreams of Magic. She is also the illustrator of Mythic Oracle, written by Carisa Mellado, and is one of several artists who contributed illustrations for Oracle of the Dragonfae by Lucy Cavendish.