D O M K O

Inspired by joy sparked by nature, I translate my experiences of my senses alive to my artwork. I am a traveler, teacher, artist, writer and environmentalist, and I am honored to share my artistic journey with you.

Let light enter

Let hope start with you.

Joy

Let joy run the house!

Let light enter

Let hope start with you.

Joy

Let joy run the house!

Peace and Joy

Let peace and joy flow into your home through the power of art

Allow Light

to dance and play with your soul

Peace and Joy

Let peace and joy flow into your home through the power of art

Allow Light

to dance and play with your soul

The flutter of a brushstroke

reverberates throughout the canvas like the wings of a dove as it alights on the breeze

About Dominique

In my work, I strive to create a new awareness and hope for our environment, as well as an awakening to the love of God and the light within ourselves. I graduated from Pepperdine University in ‘09 with a BA in Studio Art, and earned a Master of Fine Arts degree from Claremont Graduate University (‘13) in Studio Art. I live and work in Bend, Oregon.  

Join me

in celebrating beauty, goodness and truth

Love

the life you create

Join me

in celebrating beauty, goodness and truth

Love

the life you create

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8 Tips to Breathe Life into Your Home Office Space

This is my desk. Can you spot my ugly pile?
Did 2020 sucker-punch you in the ovaries? I thought so. It did to me too! Literally, I had a baby and so my ovaries did some amazing work and I’m proud of them. Ahem. Did you find yourself looking around your home office and asking yourself how you can revive that sorry and neglected space? Me too. Except I already work from home, so I ask myself that on a weekly basis. I want to share with you 8 tips to breathe life into your home office space. Let’s begin.
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Sweet Serenity

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Oil on canvas, 2019 (24"x 30")

We have our own mini beaches here, lovely, with rocks and boulders and freezing cold waters melted from snow-cap, tall green trees standing like giants, guarding this blue jewel 💎. And when the wind picks up, there are even tiny little waves.

This weekend Eric and I drove to the lake for our church camp out. Since we don’t yet own a tent, Eric and I set out to spend just the day up there. We went to Church under great, towering pine trees, which opened before us to an azure sky and turquoise-blue lake.

After our worship, we walked to the shoreline, where three beautiful little girls were baptized. After the baptisms and some chatting with friends, Eric and I scrambled down large gray boulders to the first real sandy beach I’ve been to in Oregon yet. There was enough beach to lay our fuzzy, soft, wolf blanket down on the sand and hear the lapping waves of the lake before our feet. The sun warmed our bodies, its strong rays overpowering the chilly breeze. .

I exhaled.

This is what I miss most about leaving California— the beach. There is something so rare and special about being at the edge of water and land and sitting in that surreal meeting place where blue glass meets sand. Where skin meets soul and we feel the need to strip down to practically our underwear to heighten the experience and soak up the sun.

It felt amazing to lay down and be cradled by the warm earth and to look out and see a mile of pure, blessed, blue, bliss.

"To be an artist is to believe in life."

Henry Moore

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