PAST LIFE PORTRAITS
About Missy’s Past life Portraits
Missy Reno Smith can paint what she sees when guiding her clients through past life explorations. Sign up for Missy’s Art Commission Wait List if you would like her to paint a Past Life Portrait of you.
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ERICA AS MIKO
SUBJECT: PAST LIFE PORTRAIT
MEDIUM: DIGITAL & WATERCOLOR
SUBSTRATE: COLD PRESSED WATERCOLOR PAPER
SIZE: 12″ x 24″
This commissioned watercolor portrait, completed in March of 2021, depicts collector Erica, as she looked in one of her past lives. Both digital and traditional paint mediums were used to create this painting.
“This was a very short life in Japan for the collector several hundred years ago. Some might say it was tragic since she lived to only 22 years old but she had lived without fear and filled those 22 years with many experiences. She got exactly what she needed from that life and then she moved on.”
Missy Reno Smith
SUBJECT: ARCHANGEL GABRIEL
MEDIUM: DIGITAL & ACRYLIC
SIZE: 15″ x 20″ x 1.5″
This Mixed-Media portrait on canvas, completed in April of 2021, depicts collector Angela as she appeared in a past life hundreds of years ago. Both digital and traditional paint mediums were used to create this painting.
“This portrait represents something that was quite common at the time but is taboo and downright illegal today. As Anne, an English girl, collector Angela was betrothed/promised to a grown man when she was just nine years old. The marriage didn’t take place until she was a bit older but not much. She was still only 14 or 15 years old on her wedding night.
I didn’t want to create a typical wedding portrait since this wasn’t a typical wedding, at least not by today’s standards. I watched the day play out over and over in my mind until I finally found one moment that told this story better than any other could.
After the ceremony and celebrations, her new lady’s maid was to dress her in her nightgown before the wedding party “put the couple to bed”. She was sad and scared. When the maid reached for her cape, Anne/Angela grabbed hold of it and held on tightly for a few moments. It was a brief but powerful silent protest. Once last time to tell someone, anyone, that she wasn’t okay with what was happening to her.”
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