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Alison McDonald

Alison McDonald’s tarot card artwork

“I started my working life as a Community Psychologist employed by the government in rural NSW. I ended up spending quite a few years creating The Watersprite Tarot - how this quantum leap in perspective occured is a mystery to me. Having no formal art training behind me, it has initially been a long and arduous process to design and illustrate the cards, especially trying to master the craft of watercolour. However it has also been a journey of great joy and discovery. To me the most impotant aspects of the cards are symbology, colour, mood and energy. I think the archetypal symbols of the tarot are universal and fixed in history.” Alison Muir McDonald.

Each card is intended to fit inside a frame. There are 78 cards + 1 blank.   See the FINAL PRINTED DECK →

the High Priestess from a set of tarot cards designed and painted by Alison McDonald

Above: the High Priestess.

the Empress from a set of tarot cards designed and painted by Alison McDonald

Above: the the Empress.

the Fool from a set of tarot cards designed and painted by Alison McDonald

Above: the Fool designed and painted by Alison McDonald.

the Wheel of Fortune from a set of tarot cards designed and painted by Alison McDonald

Above: the Wheel of Fortune.

the World from a set of tarot cards designed and painted by Alison McDonald

Above: the World

the Queen of Swords from a set of tarot cards designed and painted by Alison McDonald

Above: the Queen of Swords.

All artwork © Alison McDonald. Contact Alison McDonald

Last Updated December 01, 2015 at 12:54pm

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