P.A.St.A Fine Art Gallery is pleased to present:
Wandering Spiral, featuring Michelle Davidson and Rick de Yampert, is a music duo who perform East-West fusion, Buddha lounge, mellow soundscapes and their arrangements of Beatles classics and Led Zeppelin’s “Kashmir.” They perform at cafes, art festivals, yoga sessions, sound meditations and sacred gatherings throughout Central Florida. Wandering Spiral’s instrument palette includes sitar, Native American flutes, tongue drums, bass, singing bowls and tribal percussion.
Michelle is a psychic intuitive, writer, artist and musician who plays bass, tongue drums, and crystal and Tibetan singing bowls. Her paintings, mixed-media collages and jewelry are on exhibit at Pasta Art Gallery in St. Augustine. Her book “Florida’s Haunted Hospitality” chronicles her spooky adventures exploring haunted inns and B&Bs around the Sunshine State. See her artwork online at fineartamerica.com. Learn about Michelle’s psychic intuitive services at psychiccleansings.com.
Rick is a freelance writer, musician, poet, artist and lecturer on sacred topics. He wrote about the arts, entertainment and pop music for 25 years at newspapers in Daytona Beach, Florida, and Nashville, Tennessee, before becoming a freelance writer in 2015. As a musician, Rick plays sitar, Native American flutes, guitar, djembe and tongue drums. As an artist, Rick takes photos of crows and shape-shifts them using a half-dozen digital programs, then prints the results on canvas. As a lecturer, he has presented programs on metaphysical topics at Pagan gatherings and UU churches throughout Central Florida.
Rick’s book “Crow Magic, Raven Magic” is forthcoming from Llewellyn. Hear Rick’s music online at rickdeyampert.com. See his Mr. Crow art at mistercrowart.com.