About Srimati

Srimati (Allison Carpenter)

Interfaith Minister

Specializing in Creativity, Matriarchal Feminine Wisdom, Womb Medicine, and  Spiritual Cosmology

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Srimati is a visionary artist, designer, writer, researcher, educator, and ordained Interfaith Minister. As an Interfaith Minister, Srimati specializes in Matriarchal-Feminine Wisdom, Womb Medicine, and Spiritual Cosmology. Srimati's work is infused with feminine creative energy and offers emotional and ministering support to women.


From 2009-2013, Srimati received her art degree from the Academy of Art University of San Francisco where she majored in fashion with concentrations in design, merchandising, product development, and illustration and graduated with high honors. In 2009 she received graphic design certification from The College of the Siskiyous.

As an Interfaith Minister and educator, Srimati spends her time studying feminine spirituality, art, and wellness. She has studied under experts in Somatic Experiencing, Kundalini Yoga, Bhakti Yoga, Feminine Spiritual Embodiment, and women's wellness and continues to research, write, and educate others on issues affecting women and womb-bodied humans.

Srimati lives with her family in Mount Shasta, California. She enjoys hiking, sitting in nature, meditation, sewing, painting, crafting, reading, and gardening.

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About Srimati's Art

All of Srimati's paintings are inspired by the Sacred Feminine, the Creative Life Force, nature, the cosmos, natural cycles, and her experiences in self-realization as a human woman. Much of her art explores the female body and nude form. Her art style is whimsical and playful, embuing rich color and expressive depth, focusing on connotative representation with sacred archetypes and symbols.

Srimati uses acrylics, watercolors, and gouache paint on canvas and fine art paper. She also utilizes pen and ink and digital illustration for the creation of her coloring book art. 

Srimati loves to sew, craft, and garden and uses her dried herbs and flowers in art pieces and as home decor.

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