Modern Alchemical Art
The Art of Kurt Godwin
The Twelve Keys of Basil Valentine (Statement by Artist)
The Philosophy of Nature Series (Statement by Artist)
Clearing (after Robert Fludd 1574-1637) (acrylic on canvas)
Confluence of Time (after Rudolph Steiner 1861-1925) (acrylic on canvas)
Devil's Bridge (after Karl Blechen 1798-1840) (oil and acrylic on canvas)
First House (twigs, glue, mirror, on black board on medicine cabinet)
Light House (brass, wire, enamel on medicine cabinet)
Mighty Like the Rose (after Robert Fludd) (acrylic on canvas)
Pegasus (Smoke Gets in Your Eyes) (acrylic on canvas)
Philosophy of Light (after Jacob Bohme 1575-1624) (acrylic on canvas)
Philosophy of Nature (tryptych, acrylic on canvas)
Rake's Progress (Churn) (acrylic on canvas)
Safe House (safety pins, glue, on medicine cabinet)
Sugar Blue (acrylic on canvas)
The Darkest Hour (is just before dawn) (enamel, asphalt sealer on copper mounted on panel with saw blade)
The original works in this section are for sale directly from the artist, Kurt Godwin [email protected] . The artist also welcomes feedback and comments on the alchemical significance of his work. Please note that all artwork in this section is copyrighted. © Kurt Godwin. All Rights Reserved.
The Art of Nicholas Shepherd
Series One (Sunrise on the World Theater - Magic Influences - Crown)
Series Two (Holy Spirit - Besides Irregularity - Olympic Rings)
Series Three (Blue Diamond - Initiation - Inexhaustible Source)
Series Four (Hi Tech - The Wiseman's Stone - Hatch Out)
Series Five (No Escape - Maze - Knowledge)
Born and raised in Hungary, Nicholas studied art in Europe and the USA and has exhibited worldwide. His art characterizes his distinctive mysticism, and he plays with colors to try to capture the deeper energies involved in his themes. All rights reserved by Nicholas Shepherd. To purchase art or place an individual order (all sizes), contact Nicholas Shepherd, 7060 N. Maine Ave., Clovis, CA 93611. Phone: (559) 297-0841. FAX: (559) 298-9339. Email: [email protected]
The Art of Norma Lloyd
Seed of New Creation (poster)
This sampling of Norma Lloyd's evocative work is about the alchemical evolution of consciousness, a spiritual transition that is our journey home to truth and wholeness. Some of Norma's artwork is designed to activate right brain and educate the heart in Hermetic principles directly. Her work is for sale in various size prints, and she can be contacted at [email protected]. Her website is Light Revelations. © Norma L. Lloyd.
The Art of Philippe Piet van Putten
In the modern mind, visions of the Philosopher's Stone are often reported in the form of all-powerful and transformative objects seen in the sky. Artist Philippe Piet van Putten has captured this mythic alchemical presence in his paintings of UFOs.
More information on Philippe Piet van Putten's work can be found at the UFO Arts Website. Email: [email protected]. Please note that all artwork in this section is copyrighted. © Philippe Piet van Putten 1999.
The Art of Steve Hauck
A student at the Chicago Academy of Art, Steve Hauck's pencil and charcoal renderings capture the spirit of transformation on an intensely personal level. His intuitive grasp of alchemical operations is impressive, from the exposure of the Quintessence in "Thread of Life" to his stark rendering of the materialistic Homonculus in his "Golem Series." However, his insight shows most strongly in the themes of alchemical disintegration shown in "Dissolution" and "Shedding Identity" and in the hopeful resurrection of the triumphant spirit shown in "Conjunction." © Steve Hauck 1995-2002.
The Art of Jason Wolf
Looking at Jason's pictures is like discovering previously unknown drawings by a medieval alchemist. They carry the same direct rendering and deep archetypal presence as those of the alchemists of the Middle Ages. In fact, it is sometimes hard to hard to believe these are modern works. Jason maintains a website with many more examples of his work at www.JasonWolf.com . Please note that all artwork in this section is copyrighted. © Jason Wolf 2001.
The Art of UncleSame
Comment by the artist: "I made this artwork after reading the first few chapter of Phil Hine's Condensed Chaos. I was listening to techno-trance while working on it which explains it's bright and somewhat psychedelic look. Basically what I tried to represent with it is the sudden disruption of order that gives rise to chaos." - UncleSame (Julien G.) Email: [email protected]. Website: http://tigrah.com/anartistic/.
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