Drops of I am

As a visual artist and philosopher, Stephanie’s creations serve as a catalyst for introspection and self-discovery, inviting individuals to contemplate their place in the grand tapestry of life. Her art is a profound expression of interconnectedness, celebrating both the unity and diversity that bind humanity together. Through the “Drops of I Am” movement, Stephanie aims to inspire others to awaken their inner potential, embrace their individuality, and live in alignment with their true purpose, thus fostering a ripple effect of transformation and empowerment in the world.

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Connections

Through her collection “Connections”, Cime reminds us of the power of real human connection and the importance of staying true to ourselves while creating a safe and nurturing space for others to do the same. Her art is a testament to the beauty of our differences and the transformative power of vulnerability and acceptance.

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Transitions

“Transitions” is a deeply personal and introspective body of work that reflects my own
journey of transition and growth. Through this collection of works, I sought to embrace the
transformative power of guided coincidences and the slow, meditative process of creation.

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Surlevent

Surlevent is a culmination of this journey, a celebration of the wind that carries feathers and waves,
and the beauty of nature’s force. My works are characterized by immersive shapes and texture-driven
brushstrokes, each one unique and imperfect.

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Rebirth

“Rebirth” is an invitation to take a leap of faith and follow your heart, guided by your inner compass. Cime’s own journey as an artist, leaving her previous profession to pursue her passion, serves as a powerful example of the transformative power of embracing your true self.

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Roots

The works of ROOTS, therefore, include an invitation for the observer to dig down deep to find his own roots, his true identity. To get past the fear of not being accepted and the self-consciousness that come with giving up the pursuit of an “ideal or perfect image” or notions on how to be “normal” or “fit in” and instead to embrace the invitation to live an honest, imperfect life.

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