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Omaha, NE

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Kristin Ndoda

From Surrender

Watercolors, pastel

12 x 16

A new body posture, like in the womb. A gentle, gradual surrender of everything.

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Dana Oltman

My experience was three floats over the course of three days (one a night), where I was able to relax and meditate in the emptiness of the pod.

Float 1

Acrylic, acrylic medium, epoxy resin

12 x 12

Float 2

Acrylic, acrylic medium, epoxy resin

12 x 12

Float 3

Acrylic, acrylic medium, epoxy resin

12 x 12

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Ramses Osirus

Beneath the Surface

Mixed media

22 x 29

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Initially, relaxing was difficult, as I have never experienced something like this. Without any external stimuli, I was able to fully focus on what I saw in my mind’s eye. I was able to concentrate and think deeply about various things that came to mind. It was exciting to connect with thoughts that were just “beneath the surface”.

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Carissa Overton

Pale Dream

Acrylic paint, acrylic ink

11 x 28

For my first float I initially experimented with the light and music options, eventually deciding I preferred silence and darkness. My mind slowly quieted and I began to experience simply existing, without the daily distractions of the physical world. As time went on I began to see bursts of purple light that would slowly dissipate as the momentum of the explosion was lost. I felt as though I was gliding and sometimes even spinning through an endless field of emptiness. Although a bit overwhelming at first, the emptiness did not inspire a feeling of fear or loneliness. It created a feeling of freedom and serenity, as though the chains of worry and anxiety had been cut and I was free to drift off to where ever my soul wanted to take me.