Release Party: Feminine Mysticism in Art: Artists Envisioning the Divine with Victoria Christian
Time: 6:00pm - 8:00pm
Location: RVML Event Center - 258 A St, Ashland
With Victoria Christian
The event will feature a multi-media slide-show of contemporary visionary art synchronized to music. It is a DVD release party for Victoria Christian's new book and DVD titled, Feminine Mysticism in Art: Artists Envisioning the Divine. This colorful and inspirational coffee table book is a stunning collaboration of visual works of art by contemporary mystics and writers from an assortment of spiritual traditions. The mission of the book is to not only document a genre of art referred to as feminine mysticism, but also to reveal powerful images of the divine in his/her myriad forms.
The book and DVD includes the work of over 75 visionary artists, writers and musicians from all over the world. Some of the visual artists include Martina Hoffman, Mark Henson, Mariela de la Paz, Suzanne Deveuve, Hrana Janto, Paul Heussenstamm, David Joaquin, Atmara Rebecca Cloe, Amoraea Dreamseed, Beth Avary, Theresa Sharrar, Daniel Holeman and so many more. Included with the book is a supplemental DVD, which consists of exquisite and provacative visionary art synchronized to uplifting music.
The multimedia DVD features several cutting edge visionary musicians such as Sasha Butterfly, Elijah and the Band of Light, Kan' Nal, Heather Noel, Montana Soul, Prema Mayi, Nancy Bloom, Duayne Light. Artists Envisioning the Divine will be revealed in 2008 at Earth Dance International, The Oregon Country Fair, The Harmony Festival, Faerie Worlds and Burning Man. Come and experience an incredible visual feast of spiritual artwork that will literally transport you into a transcendental mode of consciousness.
Victoria Christian is a mystical artist, writer and eco-feminist. She holds undergraduate and Masters degrees in sociology, with an emphasis in the sociology of gender, social theory, the sociology of art and ecofeminism. For her thesis, she did research on Women Artists and Identity Formation in a Postmodern Society.
Aside from her academic training, she pursued her own research on feminine mysticism in art, which entailed interviewing over fifty artists from all over the United States, some of which are contributors to this book. The impetus for the research stemmed from her own experiences as a woman artist as well as her disillusionment over the demise of the feminine principle in the West, and the lack of sacred images of the Goddess.
In examining the creative works of several visual artists, writers and poets, she noticed a common thread or genre of art that has gone unrecognized in the contemporary art world. She refers to this genre as Feminine Mysticism because the core artistic mission of all of these artists is to cultivate an awareness of the Divine, particularly the Great Goddess in Western society as she has been so hidden from view. For more information about her books and artistic mission, you can view her website at
More information: (928) 699-7397 (cell) e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
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