Also, we are featuring Portals (Talismans of Healing) from the Non-profit "Window Between the Worlds" Window Between Worlds is a nonprofit organization dedicated to using art to help end domestic violence. Through creative expression, battered women and children recover a sense of renewal and power. Their images of hope, survival and strength educate the public and become "a window between worlds" for survivors taking steps to change their lives.
OPENING ARTISTS RECEPTION ACCOMPANIED BY A FILM SCREENING “SEEKING MOTHER INDIA’ BY JULIANNE REYNOLDS
September 29th, 2012 on the Full Moon
Bring your drums and instruments for a Puja drumming circle with Rosanne Mangio
Time: From 5:00pm-8:00pm Drumming Circle @ 6:00pm and Film Screen @ 7:00PM
RSVP: for Opening Artist Reception/Film Screening @ email@example.com
An Exhibition of Art that is created as Ritual, Interpersonal Transformation, and or Gateways of Consciousness.
There is a somewhat hidden legacy of the great artists throughout history that have explored the transcendent through their art. The Spiritual in Abstract Painting from 1890-1985 offers a series of exposés illuminating the explorations by artists such as William Blake, Malchevich, and Mark Rothko into the mysterious realms of metaphysics and beyond. They all illuminate the potential of the universe and its symbiotic relationship with human nature. The new sciences are also revealing the mysteries of what the ancients knew through holistic systems and Quantum theory. Jung offers springs of hope to my ideal of being a visionary artist. “We see that [the visionary artist] has drawn upon the healing and redeeming forces of the collective psyche that underlies consciousness with its isolation and its painful errors: that she/he penetrated to that matrix of life in which all men/women are embedded, which imparts a common rhythm of human existence, and allows the individual to communicate his feeling and his striving to mankind as whole.” (Jung). This exhibition explores contemporary artists, who see their ART as objects of power. For millennia, indigenous traditions, humans have used objects in creative ways to gain wisdom, heal sickness, avert suffering, and navigate life.
Curators: Award winning Transformative Artist and Educator Lisa Rasmussen M.F.A. and Transformative Artist, Ceylan Fadiloglu, M.A.