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Catrien Ross on Dr. Hans G. Laetz’ Death, Owl As Messenger of Transformation

December 14th, 2014 - No Comments

Owl Visits Catrien Ross after Dr. Hans G. Laetz Death

Hans – Dr. Johann Gottlieb Laetz – died on September 23, 2014.

On December 2, 2014, I experienced a mysterious encounter with an owl.

At about 8:30 am, a short-eared owl flew directly down into my kitchen window and fell to the ground.

I immediately ran out to cradle the stunned bird in my hands.

When the large orange eyes closed I thought the beautiful creature might be dying.

Stroking its neck and feathers, I murmured, “Don’t die, don’t die.”

But the owl was not dead – it suddenly energized and sat up along the thumb and index finger of my left hand.
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Catrien Ross Japan Art Show at Buddhist Temple

May 3rd, 2014 - 2 Comments

Catrien Ross Glints Series I, Nos.1-5

Honkohji, a Buddhist temple in Japan’s heartland, will present Catrien Ross latest paintings in a solo art show titled Soul Journeys, or Tamashii no Tabi in Japanese.

With some 1,600 years of history, Honkohji is a Nichiren Buddhist temple in Fujinomiya City, Shizuoka Prefecture.

I am delighted that more than 40 of my acrylic on canvas paintings already hang throughout Honkohji, including the main hall.

Catrien Ross solo art show Soul Journeys will feature my 2014 Glints Series artwork, new in 2014.
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Catrien Ross Art and Music Website in Horse Year 2014

February 13th, 2014 - 4 Comments

By Catrien Ross

In the Chinese calendar 2014 is the year of wood, or green horse.

As the new year gallops forward, I, too, move in the continuing mystery of my art and music.

I am delighted to announce that today my new art and music website went live at http://www.catrienross.com

In the short YouTube video below, please enjoy a moment with my first paintings of the new year, together with my original music from Source, Return 19, from my CD, “Music from Source: Return – Variations.”
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