Martin Stensaas approaches archetypal subjects in his painting, with a whorling, dynamic, energy, layered with iconic scriptures arrayed in the appearance of multidimensional holograms. In this interview, we talk about the development and themes running through his art.
Colin Christian is a full time artist, renowned for his sculptures, which drawy inspiration from sci-fi movies, anime, ambient electronic music and H.P. Lovecraft. We talk to him about his life, inspirations and artistic process.
This singular story, told across all cultures and religions since the beginning, has a much deeper cosmological interpretation when seen through myth and archetype.
The artist cannot realize that the problem is in the art system, which still acts as a hidden tool of the Cultural war, passing off a genuine Soviet-style of the “Planning economics” as the “Free market” of Capitalism.
In general the Slavonic native religions have a lot in common with the rest of the Indo-European spiritual traditions and have a direct connection to Vedanta. A Russian word Veda (t’) means “to know” or just a “knowledge”, “awareness”, came from Sanskrit.
The worlds visited by the shaman, the seer, the sibyl, and the prophet are all outposts of the mundus imaginalis. But this imaginal world is also produced through the labor of traditional sacred artists, who have incarnated these visions in the mythic maps, sacred geometries, and iconographies of tribes and cultures the world over.
The painting is titled ‘ANA-SUROMAI’ which quite literally means ‘to lift the skirt’ derived from the Greek language. This painting is an outcry, an ultimatum, a visual denouncement of the system that has brought our world to a state of chaos with an ever widening gap between those that make decisions and those that are subject to those decisions.
Expose of the painting and prose of Liba Waring Stambollion.
The combination of symbols expresses ideas. They help to define each other and make a larger statement. They offer the potential of creating an art laden with rich and substantive meaning. However this potential is contingent on the progress that one makes in their own spiritual development.
There are a number of references and metaphors in this piece, the largest being that of sleep- the aristocracy is lulled to sleep with music, beauty, riches, confections, wines, etc…
A master of 21st century sacred art, Oleg Korolev generously shares and discusses his latest work, ‘Michael’ with Lila.
Lila is proud to present Kuba Fiedorowicz latest outstanding work, ‘House of Many Mansions’ and a canto that relates to the piece.
The painting of Agostino Arrivabene are steeped in the archetypal wisdoms and depths found in classical and ancient mythology. Painting is a precision instrument in order to explore that which is not cognizable through science and rationality.
An illustrated guide to our journey on earth. The Original is 120cm * 200cm | acrylics on canvas
In this exclusive interview with young Canadian visionary painter Autumn Skye Morrison, we hear in depth about the spiritual process of staying present and bearing witness to the spiritual energies and elements at play within the creation of Art. “I aim to share honesty and awakening. To celebrate this fantastic adventure. To inspire and be inspired.”
Oleg Korolev describes the spiritual vivifying of Sacred Art as an alternative to the blind alley of Modernism. “Visionary Art” is pointing to the height of the human Transcendence. “Conventional Art” has come to its bottom point, and this situation gives to the constant of the Art of Transcendence a chance to manifest itself again.
36 year old Portland artist Meredith Dittmar turned from multimedia to sculpture, creating beings and beautiful luminous worlds of human-animal-plant-energy through the medium of polymer clay.
The spiritual teacher Ram Dass is the subject of Martina Hoffmann’s latest masterly painting. It was created in harmonious and loving synergy between the artist and her subject.
Mia believes that all individuals contain an entire universe within them, which is invisible to the naked eye. Her work concentrates on giving shape to the unseen forces in her subjects – their thoughts, memories, emotions and complex histories.
Kashima Echo is an illustrator based in Tokyo, Japan, and is a member of the International Fantastic Art Association. Kashima brings through fresh, clear, and simultaniously cute, ugly, beautiful and morbid images through, carrying resonances of the perverse illustrator Aubrey Beardsley, and the victorian fairy artist Arthur Rackham, amongst others.