Brigitte Schobert

I became a visual artist rather late in life. After a professional career in science I started out to explore different techniques of printmaking (relief and intaglio). This period was followed by a more colorful one, where I created abstract images with a special printmaking method or acrylic paints. However, the ultimate goal was to [&hellip

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Olga Spiegel

Psycherealism  , the minds eye, and the Art of Pareidolia Inspiration exists when the soul finds joy in the infinite. I find my freedom at the wild frontier of Imagination and my work is nurtured by Psychedelic Art  in the 60’s  European Fantastic realism, Surrealism, and Science Fiction . It has evolved from influences ranging [&hellip

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Robert Venosa

“As a result of the mind-expanding influences of the entheogens, I became attracted to the world of Fantastic art and for their potential of allowing transcendent, other-worldly visions which allowed the visionary artist to tap …. into a cosmic conduit of creative cognition that gives access to the infinite iconography of universal form and color, while [&hellip

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Martina Hoffmann

“The visionary artist makes visible the more subtle and intuitive states of our existence and creates maps and symbols reflecting consciousness and the mystical experience.        My work is an attempt to portray energy, love and consciousness as unifying forces beyond the confines of cultural and religious differences. By embracing our oneness as a global [&hellip

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Irina Valentin

I feel that I have a very special connection with plants. They are mediators between the universe and Earth. They are our air, food, energy. Without them we would not exist. I feel that plants are very connected with each other and are intelligent. They do move to survive, have characters, have sexual organs, are [&hellip

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Jeff Ostrowski

The world was once a place of magic and mystery…. from the earliest marks on a cave wall, Art’s main purpose has been magic; be it hunting, healing or appeasing the gods. It’s only recently we have separated the ideas of magic and religion. In our time of being able to Google any trivial fact, [&hellip

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Benny Andersson

  artofandersson53.wordpress.com/ I was born in Sweden 1953. Studied art in Stockholm 1974-1977. Moved to USA 1980. Worked fulltime as artist since 1983. Live close to New York city with my wife and 3 children. To me inspirations for my art is a combination of great artists in the past and the inner visions I [&hellip

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Jane Andrews

  http://www.janeandrews.co.uk/ I’m often asked what my paintings are about. I think, broadly, the work deals with character, identity and survival strategies. They are my attempt to understand, interpret and express ‘reality’ as I grapple with it, consciously and unconsciously, while intellect plays its part, I rely more on instinct than reason. The paintings evolve [&hellip

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Clyde Anthony

To understand reality, and the meaning of what reality is, throw every concept, idea, away, and travel into the smallest structure of infinite power

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