Tarot Leaves has 78 fully illustrated cards, each represented by an intricate leaf with hidden symbols and imagery. The theme was inspired by the artist's background in forested, rural Maine. The soft, pastel artwork is enchanting but non-standard, making it a deck for meditation and journeying, and the advanced reader.
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Tarot Deck - 78 Cards - Schiffer Books 2011
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Tarot Leaves review by Bonnie Cehovet
“Tarot Leaves” follows a traditional 78 card Tarot format, retaining the traditional titles, with Strength at VIII and Justice at XI. The suit names are Wands, Cups, Swords, and Pentacles, with the Court card titles of King, Queen, Knight and Page. The deck is formatted around the shapes of Apple, Birch, Maple, and Oak leaves, with the imagery of each card held within each leaf, which acts as a “window” into the card. Images are overlapped within the artwork to reveal hidden meanings.
Seilonen grew up in rural Maine, with the ability to wander through woods filled with pine, cedar, and evergreen trees. The trees became her teachers, and her connection with Spirit. This very gifted artist has brought this feeling of enchantment to this deck. The imagery and use of color combine to... read all reviews
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