My name is Ashleigh Meta, and I create from mystical visions. GO TEAM LIGHT is the commercial brand of my artistic practice.
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I was meditating by the lake and I heard a voice, "it's all love, trying to figure out that it's all love." I listened for an eternity, and then looked down to see these two stones, shaped as infinity and a heart, that became talisman rings.
The love in these rings is a divine forcefield, which is why I named them AMOURARMOR (love armor). AMOURARMOR emits and protects the brightest light, which is you. The miracle is you.
Here's a fable of the rings:
Inscribed inside the band are the words GO TEAM LIGHT.
This ring is available in sizes 3-13 and 22 different materials and colours. All designs transcend gender.
AMOURARMOR petite is the same ring, but half the size. Perfect for tiny people or pinky fingers or delicate tastes.
WE ARE ONE WOMAN clothes and goods are home to cozy and mystical sketches which osmose into the being helping them reclaim their light with every use. Each of the 81 vogue yantras emits distinct energetic codes that integrate the universal feminine within ourselves and for our earth. All designs transcend gender.
This art is emblematic of looking within and creating without, inspired by the tradition of female metaphysical artists like Agnes Pelton and Hilma af Klint. They began for me amidst a heroine’s journey of descending into dark dimensions of consciousness. I emerged from the darkness after receiving wisdom from ‘the golden blanket’, our quantum source. The visual messages bypass the mind in favour of the heart, encouraging a more feminine understanding of spirituality; more mystical than religious, and freely accessible through personal creativity. This work is also sequential, each image building on the essence of what came before, and is ongoing -- I'm well into the next drawings. My experience as a Reiki master and MFA recipient taught me to read subtle energy and translate light and peak experiences into art.
My motto is: keep it sacred, not a secret.
And what's a 'vogue yantra', you ask 😉?