Irmina Ulysse is a Haitian-American contemporary "sacred artist" who uses a variety of media. Since 2001, she has produced a body of work unified by spiritual motifs. Most recently creating abstract art motivated by Ayitian Vodou, sacred geometry and Zen lifestyle inspirations. Much of her work has its roots with her multi-dimensional study of self recreation and realization. Her view of the world as a knowable yet unfathomable mystery with infinite pursuits has led her to share her work in books, courses, art, dance, wellness, philosophy and other mediums of creative expression. Learn more about her work at www.sodotutu.net.