COMMERCIAL DESIGNER | ILLUSTRATOR
Tanya Hempson works as a commercial artist and illustrator.
She grew up and studied in South Africa, where she focused on surface design and children’s illustration.
After travelling, working in various countries and art fields, she recently settled in Sydney, Australia, where she continues her career as a Commercial Artist.
Tanya exhibits her artwork at least once a year and enjoys the morning ritual of illustrating before the day begins – find her personal work on Instagram @the_tigerlil.
She has collaborated with a number of clients including Literacy Planet, SCBWI, Children’s Book Council of Australia, Lendlease, Dominos, Bright Learning, Energy Queensland and Greenlight Creative.
Recently Tanya completed a wonderful piece for Shane Bouel in honour of his natural mother Lesley Mitchell. The piece reflects the connection between Mother & Son and has special significance.
The pair were separated in 1972 immediately after Shane’s birth by the heinous Australian Government’s Forced Adoption Practices of the babyscoop era (1950’s – 1980’s) where an estimated 250,000 babies were separated from their mothers by coercive and illegal tactics. Both recently spoke of their experiences at the seventh anniversary of the Queensland Government’s Apology for Forced Adoption Policies and Practices.
The linked article below was written by Shane and used as inspiration for the piece. The article outlines the inherent connection and how life passes through life.
The Female Hara Centre is located at the navel, about two inches inwards from the skin. It is the gateway into the etheric envelope surrounding the planet. The Hara Centre is the centre of the etheric body where the Monad (Higher mind function seats itself. It is about an inch in diameter and is the gateway into the ocean of life force or chi.
The womb is an archive, all the information we need to know about truth is there, fluid non-physical energy streams through from “The Transduction Sequence” as pure positive energy and extends forth into everything we know.
It is no mistake that the beginning of life (the foetus) grows and is nurtured within this etheric envelope.
Consciousness passes from life to life through the In-between space into the Hara centre through the Hara Line of the mother, and the new life’s consciousnesses unite as one.