Friday, July 15, 2011

Surround yourself with art that Remind you of Harry Potter.

Magical Paintings
by Miriam Schulman

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Long before Harry Potter, there were snowy owls in myths and legends. Many cultures tell stories and believed they could help people discover truths because they could see in the dark. In addition, snowy owls were considered a sign of bravery because they were great hunters.  

Snowy Owl, Fine Art Print available on

The owl is the bird of magic and darkness, of prophecy and wisdom. 

Owl Eyes, Wildlife Fine Art Print available on

An owl totem gives you the power to extract secrets.
Meditate on the owl and insights will be revealed.
Listen to its voice inside of you.

Hoot, Wildlife Fine Art Print available on

Dark, malevolent and majestic, the crow has inspired endless legends and works of literature. 

Wheat Field, Black Crow Print available on

Seven crows sit on a branch. ( one guy lost his girlfriend. ) There are certain numbers that appeal to our subconscious mind. Seven is one of them hence 7 numbers in your telephone, seven days of the week and the number seven appears frequently in magic and folklore. Do you think it was an accident that J.K Rowling wrote seven books for seven years of Hogwarts? 

Odd Man Out, Fine Art Print available on

Black need not be goth and dreary. Look how much whimsy this black fly on canvas adds to a living room decorating scheme. 

click HERE for A fly on my Canvas!, 9x12" by Schulman

Hagrid raised Aragog from an egg as a Hogwarts student, keeping him inside a cupboard and later he grew into a giant spider. Better watch out what kind of pets your son is keeping in his room. Well this one isn't getting any bigger and your child will love the blue and orange color combination. 

click HERE for Oh what a tangled Web We Weave!, 8x8" by Miriam Schulman

Deep in the dark  forbidden forest are many magical creatures. As its name suggests, the dark forest is strictly off limits to students. Of course, with the various dangerous creatures living there, few students would probably even want to venture close. This imaginary forest in the mixed media collage beckons with its shimmering birch trees made of piano sheet music tinged with watercolor and gold metallic paint. 

click HERE for Before Winter Comes, 24x24" by Miriam Schulman