Drawing the Divine

My tendency as a visual artist is to portray Divine Energy in human form, in ecstatic union with nature. By definition the All Mighty (all energy and matter without exclusion) is boundless and eternal, and therefore unknowable by the human mind. How can one paint the face of God/Goddess?

Muslims and Jews say you can’t. Christians, Buddhists, Hindus, and what I call post-psychedelic artists (for example Mayumi Oda and Susan Seddon Boulet), catalog the characteristics of a spiritual outlook in visual form: The divine is compassionate, serene, appreciative (often to point of ecstasy), harmonious with the energy flow of the moment, wise, inspired, generous, mysterious, at one with nature, and capable of impossible things.  Tibetan Buddhists refer to these images as Thangka.