Category Archives: Visionary Art

Ugo Rondinone “Big Mind Sky”

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Jacob Tolmie

. . . . . . . . Jacob Tolmie, The Ram, mixed media, flourescent light, 80 x 110 cm, 2004 . . .

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A. Andrew Gonzalez – “The Awakening of the Heart”

“My creative outlook is inspired by the idea that Beauty is the Supreme Theophany. Influenced by esoteric symbolism, much of the imagery of my work explores the subliming of the body by archetypal forces. Themes such as birth, death, re-birth, … Continue reading

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Ernst Fuchs “A monument to the temporal within eternity”

“Unprepared though endowed with this strange gift for ‘seeing’, the visionary artist finds himself isolated – an outcast prone to unusual insights. He is, by nature, an outsider, a wanderer, a derelict. And yet, for a few brief moments between … Continue reading

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Ernst Fuchs – “Art needs a cult to create culture”

“The Christian and Judaic themes in Fuchs’ work come from a very deep place. His father, Maximilian, was the son of an Orthodox Jewish family and had turned down a career as a Rabbi, leaving his theological studies uncompleted. His … Continue reading

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Ernst Fuchs “Vienna School of Fantastic Realism”

Ernst Fuchs (born February 13, 1930) is an Austrian visionary artist…and one of the founders of the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism. (In) Vienna in 1961 (Fuchs) had a vision of what he called the verschollener Stil (The Hidden Prime … Continue reading

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A. Andrew Gonzalez “Contemporary Tantric or Transfigurative art”

A. Andrew Gonzalez (Born October 13, 1963) … his work primarily dealing with erotic Visionary Art. His artist father, Anthony A. Gonzalez, encouraged his early interest in drawing and painting, but gave him no formal training. His painting style and … Continue reading

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Ugo Rondinone – “Visionary Artist trapped in reality”

“Ugo Rondinone has been defined as a visionary artist trapped in reality. In fact, through his articulate production in which styles and media are deliberately combined, his poetics allow us to access his inner-most worlds, dominated by melancholy and resignation, … Continue reading

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Ugo Rondinone – “Themes of Fantasy and Desire”

Ugo Rondinone (b. 1963 Brunnen, Switzerland) is a New York-based, mixed-media artist whose works explore themes of fantasy and desire.

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Ugo Rondinone – “Hell, Yes!”

Ugo Rondinone is represented by the Matthew Marks Gallery in New York. and……………………..“Hell, Yes!”

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