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Celestial Aquatics is a collaboration with glass artist Graham Reid.

I make essences from water. I have seen icebergs in the Arctic from a tall ship, wandered the desert of New Mexico and stood on the tip of the Cape of Good Hope. In these places and where ever I am, my intention is always to try to communicate with the water that is there, this most beautiful life-giving force of nature. Each body of water is totally unique. It has it's own physical and spiritual history, it's own animal and mineral content, and it's own unique energy that it imparts on living beings that it encounters. If you've ever had a drink from a crystal clear mountain stream, and one from an ancient well or a swim in the sea, you will know that all water is not the same.

I am an artist and a healer and my life's work is to understand and communicate with water. I love it in all its layers, the tiny micro-organisms that live in one drop, the huge oceans and ocean creatures, lakes. rivers, clouds, mist, rain, sleet, hale, icebergs and glaciers. I live on the North West coast of Ireland and it rains here a lot, mostly pure north Atlantic water, swept up in the storms above Greenland and Iceland.

In my studio I study the water samples that I've collected on my travels. And slowly, the essence of the water is unravelled. Then I take a small amount of the water, which holds all of it's history and potential, and make an essence.

Then my partner, glassblower Graham Reid blows a glass vessel to hold the water essence which is sealed inside the glass, so they can be worn as wearable waters.

Please visit the CHOOSE YOUR ORB page to see a list of essences which you can purchase as Water Essence Orbs.

We are also happy to create custom orders with special waters which you send to us.

Distance healing and Water essences treatments are also available with Ruth please email info@celestialaquatics.com to enquire.

Graham Reid grew up in South Africa. He studied architecture at Massachusetts College of Art, he took glassblowing as an elective and subsequently switched to sculptural glass. After returning to his ancestral roots in Ireland, he designed and built Knockbeg Glass Studios where he taught and blew glass under the name Glóine Eíreann. He has a flameworking and metal studio at home in Sligo. His sculptural work is primarily concerned with expressing and manifesting the universal forces that surround us but are often invisible.