Eye of the Beholder | SOLD
Eye of the Beholder | SOLD
Oil and Gold Leaf

When the Hamsa Hand points down, it is a gesture of welcoming abundance of goodness into your life. This position also signifies fertility and answers to prayers and manifestations. Often, in this position, the fingers are closed together to bring good luck.

In this image, bees circle the palm - a slight nod to my own mother, whose name is a direct translation to "honey bee." Bees are often considered "guardians of the world, eternally linked with love, magic, and romance."

A monochromatic color palette of golds makes the image appear to glow as the eye watches over its charge, ever-present and at full attention. The moth gives the hand the ability to move and provide "goodness" wherever it is needed.