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ZOOM Susan Seddon Boulet Screen Saver
Sold Out (Win95/98/NT/XP/Mac) (Retail Packaging) (BOULETSSDR)
Discontinued

Publisher: Pomegranate

Screen Saver

The paintings of Susan Seddon Boulet resonate with spiritual energy and speak in the language of the soul. The creatures that inhabit her drawings rise from the misty land of dreams and lead to the outer limits of the imagination. These beings are the dramatis personae of timeless stories that describe the origins and destinies of all peoples. They are the spirit guides, the gods of ancient myths, the supernatural creatures who lead the departed to the next life, heal the sick, and restore balance and harmony to a troubled world.

The village shamans - the ancient tribal healers, mediums, sages, and showmen - knew these spirit beings well. Entering into a deep trance, the shamans journey beyond the threshold of ordinary reality to another dimension inhabited by fantastical creatures that were part animal, part human, and exceedingly powerful. There they would invoke the powers of these great beings for the benefit of their people.

Boulet (American, b. Brazil, 1941-1997) was intimately familiar with the world of these spirit beings, and spent years studying shamonic lore, ancient mythology, and spiritual traditions from around the globe. Her skilled hand and inspired vision gave solid form to the creatures and landscape of this ethereal realm, displaying them in vivid, living, breathing detail. Among the hallmarks of Boulet's style is a blending of color and image into a rich composite that symbolizes both the integration of spirit and body and the connection and unity of all life. Her work was also inspired by a profound love for animals, which she had acquired early in her youth.

Boulet was educated in Brazil and Switzerland and moved to the San Francisco Bay Area in 1967. Beginning with a small but loyal following, her work has since received worldwide acclaim. Her paintings are found in collections in the United States, Japan, South America, Europe and Asia.

Learn more about the artist.

This software is easy to install on Mac- or PC-based systems, our screen savers can be set up to cycle continuously, changing images at any interval the user selects, or used as wallpaper. (That is: one image comes on at startup and stays put until a different one is selected.) Image sets can be customized so that the user need only see favorites. Detailed information (media, dimensions, date, etc.) for each image, and a concise biography of the artist, may be had at the click of a mouse.

Featured Images:

  • Playing with the North Wind (1996)
  • Untitles (Dream of Pan) (1977)
  • Medusa (1993)
  • Coyote Steals the Fire (1987)
  • Carnival in Venice (detail) (1992)
  • Flora (1994)
  • Leo (detail) (1979)
  • Riding the Wind (1988)
  • Isis and Osiris (detail) (1981)
  • Medicine Dance (detail) (1987)
  • Psyche and Eros (detail) (1994)
  • Wolf Wind (1994)
  • Young Men Shall Have Their Visions (detail) (1982)
  • Lone Wolf (detail) (1993)
  • Brother Francis (detail) (1984)
  • Storyteller (detail) (1973)
  • The Guardian (detail) (1994)
  • Companions (detail) (1992)
  • Magician (detail) (1977)
  • When Grandfather Talks to Eagles (detail) (1994)
  • Fox Maiden (1986)
  • Owl Shamon (1981)
  • Aphrodite (detail) (1990)
  • Untitled (Flute Player and Lion) (detail) (1980)
  • Coyote Woman Waits (1993)
  • Caribou (undated)
  • Sea Goddess (detail) (undated)

Features:

Continuously cycling screen saver

All images can be used as Desktop Wallpaper

27 high-resolution images

Customize your image sets

Easy to install and use

Requirements:

Win95/98/NT/XP: 486 or higher, 256 color display minimum, 16 MB RAM, 8 MB hard disk space, CD-ROM drive.

Tested OK on Windows XP.

Macintosh: Power PC or 68030 processor or higher, System 7.5.3 or higher, 256 color display, 16 MB RAM, 8 MB hard drive space, CD-ROM drive.

 


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