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Hourglass__________________________________________________________

Now Is The Time To Wake Up

Marylou Falstreau

Marylou Falstreau, creator of the “Women and the Hourglass” series believes that loving, forgiving, laughing and napping are keys to a happy and fulfilling life. Her creations are joyful reminders that in spite of history….anything is possible.

45 Women

"45 Women" Limited Edition Print
There are now 45 women in the “Women and the Hourglass” series and a few more are gestating, as we speak. They will be born and available in January.
In honor of the first 45 I created this mixed media collage (the one you see above).  Some of the women lost their heads… or their bodies to fit in to the painting (none of them lost their minds), but I’m hoping they will learn to forgive me one day. Forgiveness is the most important thing, don’t you think?
 If you are as obsessed as I am, you might just want a reproduction of this glorious painting. "Please Click Here"
Affirmation Card Deck

Affirmation Card Deck

30 Cards with Spanish & French Translations on the back of each card.
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Believe

Now is the time to wake up to Love and Life and your own magnificence! Now is the time to release the past and join the dance.
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Peace

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Turning Green

 

We have turned green!

Our prints and cards are now proudly printed in the USA 
using 
* solar power 
* water based inks (no toxins) 
Prints are UV coated
* FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) certified paper. 

 

rainbow

Whispers In My Ear™

A creative collaboration by Alan & Marylou Falstreau.
The “whispered” messages began several years ago and have changed our lives in wondrous and inexplicable ways. Alan softly listens for the ancient wisdom he has grown accustomed to hearing early each morning, and records it in his notebook. I then take the inspired words and turn them into little pieces of art we believe are meant to be shared.

 

Soul Mates

Limited Edition Prints

Only 200 are produced using archival inks and papers. They are signed and individually numbered by the artist.
The small prints are 8 1/2" x 11" and are sized to perfectly fit in a standard document frame.
The large prints are sized to be matted and fit into a 16" x 20" frame, or larger.