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As part of Danielle’s Indigenous World Series, this 16 x 20 work is a snapshot of patience – a delicate small bird nestles in against sub-zero winter weather knowing that spring will eventually break the frozen spell, if just given time -- presenting the message: Resilience.

As an energetic practitioner and spiritual teacher with Native American lineage, Danielle infuses her paintings with natural healing vibrations so that every work created changes the ethers in the home or area that the work is placed within. Danielle’s paintings are crafted with water-soluble natural Linseed oils whose diluting water has been soaked with hand-bundled and dried sage, harvested by Danielle from intense healing areas empowered with sacred ley line energies – areas such as the Pryor Mountains and the Dry Creek / Pictograph Cave Valley area in Montana.

From Color to texture to the spiritual resonation of sage essence mixed within the paint, Danielle created the Indigenous World Series to stand in the gap to bring deep and sacred nature energies directly into urban or developed areas, allowing all to connect with Mother Gaia. With a specific healing color combination that resonates to inspire the unlocking of our base intuitive DNA, signaling the body to sync with the earth, stress is then carried away from the body to the ground.

The Indigenous World Series specifically targets healing in the root chakra and sacral chakra areas (issues surrounding security, home, hearth, money, family, and who we are in the world, our purpose on the planet). The works in this series have been reported by those who have stood in front of them to instill a great sense of peace, serenity, and emotional healing.

Each healing original oil work comes with a signed and notarized certificate of authenticity.

“Waiting on Spring” by Danielle Egnew
Original Linseed Oil on Canvas
16 x 20 x .75
Finished edges / framed


  • Length: 26 1/4"
  • Width: 22 1/2"
  • Thickness: 1 1/4"
  • Border Width: 3 1/2"
  • Color: Mahogany

Anticipating Spring

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