A group for the sharing and appreciation of sacred and visionary art; indeed any art that connects to your spirit and that you want to share.
Location: sacral chakra ;)
Latest Activity: Oct 12
Started by Manic Esoteric. Last reply by Manic Esoteric Oct 12.
Let's start a thread and share our personal art. Here is a piece of mine I named Elemental. Continue
Started by Polly Jul 24.
hi anyone paying attention?
Expressions of god are sacred....sometimes spirituality is hard to cypher without a visual form...
Art doesn't have to look sacred to be sacred. All true art is; it just doesn't look that way because it's esoteric. That's why art historians can't see it either. The only place you can read about it is on www.epph.org which stands for the Renaissance motto cited by Leonardo and others: Every Painter Paints Himself. Self-knowledge is the goal of all true artists. Take a look, for example, for the explanation of Michelangelo's Vatican Pieta: http://www.everypainterpaintshimself.com/article/michelangelos_vati...
Let me know what you think.
Anyone ever seen any of Johfra Bosscharts art? He has a painting called the Vision of Hermes Trismagistus that's just awesome. He also has a good one of the Goddess Hekate that I'm sure would blow the mind of any witches that might be in this group.
I just wanted to share a small piece of my work with sacred animal totems and the relationship with a sacred geometric model.
Untitled Mountain Landscape by Lawren S. Harris (1927)
Lawren Harris was very much a mystic, if only due to his deep connections with the Theosophical movement, a spiritualist organization which greatly influenced his work from 1922 onwards, to the extent that some critics exclaim “Indeed, from this date forward, his art can be best understood and interpreted within the context of that (Theosophical) philosophical/religious movement.” This underscores the academic view of Lawren Harris as a painter with a mystical vision to convey through his art. In this image, the composition of the mountains resembles a group of robed figures standing in a ritual circle with hands joined.
. “Lawren Stewart Harris: Towards an Art of the Spiritual” in Jeremy Adamson et al., Canadian Art: The Thomson Collections at the Art Gallery of Ontario, London, Skylet Publishing in association with the Art Gallery of Ontario, 2008
Simply beautiful pic Ryan.
Virtual Museum of Zdzisław Beksiński
I love all this wonderful art. Amazing!
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