We LOVE visionary art! Every year, in cooperation with www.artcollider.net you can enjoy over 600m2 of the worlds greatest visionary art.
Our new artspace with it’s 600 square meters indoor will feature live paintings, the worlds finest visionary art, projections and art sculptures on Psy-Fi.
Surrounding the new and upgraded artgallery you can enjoy and wonder around art installations of many other artists.
Allow us to introduce you to some of the artists who will be represented in our gallery :)
Anderson Debernardi, Like Pablo Amaringo before him, captures the visions of the ayahuasca experience in his art. His rich, densely vibrant paintings anchor the magical world of nature, the astral jungles and the curanderos that bridge those worlds. Andy's works are more than art–they are maps for all those who come looking for a connection to spirit.
Since leaving Polytechnic in 1989 Carl Ward has been
an environmental protester & activist who has painted many
Murals on protest sites in & around the UK.
Over 10 years later In 1993 he decided to paint a Mural that was not
going to be destroyed due to site eviction or dismantling of buildings
that contained Carl's early works. During the process Gaia was painted in multiple locations from squats to Activist sites. Carl's work is both colourful and highly detailed, and contains within his world view, philosophy and environmental message.
Those with the eyes to see, and the patience to linger
a while will hopefully enjoy the intricacies of Carl's work.
Hakan Hisim’s art is deeply influenced by non-ordinary states of being.
Esoteric imagery is a constant recurring pattern throughout his work.
His art shows an awe of the natural world, and its beautiful contrast with
the alien, transpersonal nature of mystical experiences.
His often use of bold color schemes are used to accentuate this intrinsic
contrast of micro and macro, of the familiar and the alien.
Striving to best express themes of Enlightenment, transcendence
and similar mystical states, he has adopted the digital medium to create his art.
He believes that digital creation; the act of painting with light and electricity
is the purest form of painting that is currently possible.
Removing oneself from the limitations of physical matter; the paint, pigment
and canvas, catalyzes experimental creative freedom and propels
the artist into unique realms of creativity.
Without being confined to the static image, he also creates
‘Living Paintings’. These are animated works of art, moving versions
of his digital paintings that instill them with a dynamic ‘lifelike’ quality.
Hakan Hisim continues to create art in Istanbul, Turkey.
Is a young artist who we admire for his work and passion.
In his honor we created the artistry plaza, there you can find most of his recent artwork as well as in our art gallery. Ihti will be performing live paintings too.
“I started as an artist in 2005, at the scenery for psychedelic music parties. Today I don’t only do decorations but I create separate exhibition spaces in the largest festivals of the world, I engaged in design and development of our brand club clothing with printings of my works, as well as canvas prints and hand painted clothes.
I create graphic designs in my own style for website. I create illustrations for books, cd's and other printing materials.
Sometimes I do airbrushing on motorcycles, cars, interiors and that is just a part of what we do.
One of the most important and difficult parts of my life is my favorite: children's education, and the establishment of harmonious family relations.
My art can be attributed to the current flow "Visionary Art".
I think that this type of art plays a very important role in the development of art and humanity in general. This art opens doors to other dimensions, into the worlds of the subconscious, expressing what is hidden from the ordinary human eye, presenting other creatures and objects that cannot be touched or explained.
Visions happen to all, everyone can see them in a dream, in deep meditation, prayer, or just randomly in the middle of an ordinary day. And often, the information that is hidden in visions can have a very important role, not only for a specific person, but for the whole of humanity as the subconscious world directly relates to the material world.
To emphasize this information I use signs and symbols from different cultures and sacred geometry. I didn't study art, but at some point, I felt that somehow a lot of knowledge was opened to me, as a reminder of what and how should I draw!
I put aside all my fears, and I started to do what feels right to me and I have a feeling that I have been doing this for many lives.
A very important role is also played by the imagination that has no boundaries, if you do not limit it yourself. The development of our own imagination gives us wings and they help to fly through the worlds of our subconscious. From my own experience I can say that these worlds are much more broader and multidimensional than the world we see with our eyes ;) “
Luminokaya lab appeared as a result of
a huge amount of data coming from the great
field of energy and information in forms of light and
energy waves, visions, images, dream-state objects, trans personal
visions and visions beyond personality, and also symbols,
signs and channeling. The vast amount of information
offered by The Space didn’t allow to ignore
this exciting and rich experience.My input was minimized to
pressing the keyboard keys, and the awareness of infinity
and abundance of the info-energy continuum can let me
speak only about being a channel, or a medium. So, there can’t be any
question of authorship.Let this art-information be a little
contribution to the process of uniting people of light and realizing
our light-carrying potential!For the benefit of all beings..
Luke Brown is an intrepid explorer, part of a new generation of visionaries
reconstructing the templates of culture as we know it. His art speaks
of the spiritual mysteries in thehuman imagination.Mystical experiences, dreams, medicine journeys, and channelled lucid dialogues with the source of creativity itself,
seem to guide and be guided by the colourful symmetries and living
surfaces of his art. Much of his work emerges from a graceful
synthesis of digital and painting mediums. Developing
his work through mix and remix technologies, Luke is constantly redefining his style as a spiritual medium for growth. He is intent on mapping his hyperspatial experiences with utmost accuracy, with whichever medium seems best suited, as a form of multidimensional cartography. His art has been shown internationally with such visionary heavyweights such as Alex Grey, HR Giger, Robert Venosa and Ernst Fuchs. He is currently a resident of the lush Elfinstone rainforest in BC Canada, one of an infinite number of parallel universes in which he resides
Welsh born nomadic dreamer, Mark Lee after a series of lucid
dreams he left questseeking meaning and magical
adventure, armed to the teeth with a vast imagination and
a backpack of digital tools having received many initiations along the way,
he now holdsarchitectural tapestries of encoded light frequencies
given by the Earths intelligencedirectly to carry
what he can only term as “the breath of the Sphinx” and
a new potentialtimeline has been revealed with coordination’s
to help steer the course of the mind andhearts of humankind.
Welcome to your creation.
Stuart Griggs is a visionary artist working with interior narrative, symbol and intention.
I am compelled to explore the nexus of drawing and digital art, through synthesizing the two in an elegant visual language that immerses & probes into the psychic pool of collective archetypes.
My work, a journey where multidimensional spaces & symbols weave together to explore and manifest the primordial & the transpersonal, resonating with our profound awareness of our unity & interconnection.
Themes of sacred divinity, fertility, ritual, flow, transcendence & healing are synergizing through the imagery as I allow a tacit sense of the numinous to unfold and transmit.
Since the autumn season of 2011 Subliquida Project has been
actively participating in the psychedelic scene
by decorating parties with his art. His work is stimulated
by the greatest artist of all times: Mother Nature.The continuous research
in this specific direction makes him a dynamic artist in
everlasting evolution. Through his drawings he can bring
out the link between scientific knowledge and expanding
Aumega, the psychedelic visionary artist whose creative expression is submerged in the portrayal of the beauty of psy sub-culture.
Riccardo Corn79 Lanfranco
In 1996, the beginning: a first approach with mainly casual supports, as a Graffiti Writer. Up until now, Riccardo’s artistic path has expressed a legacy with muralism, in its widest expressive range, with an approach towards public creativity which makes urban requalification its trigger and reason for being. From this standpoint, Corn79’s distinctive graffiti signature style is a combination of original calligraphic solutions, coloring effects, geometric shapes and their conciliation with an urban setting.
And not only that. In fact, Corn79’s current career does not involve only graffiti, as it branches into a heterogeneous and disparate way, free from continuum: from walls to urban art, canvas, all the way to installations. Different materials, media and supports interchange to express a research which breaks boundaries giving way to an eclectic mix.
After having worked on new technology in video games, my pleasure and challenge is to confront this next gen approach with my spirituality, psychedelic and shamanic experience. I like to assimilate the impalpable and spiritual world with technology and modern science, and it is in this direction that I have prioritized the use of digital media. I model in 3D more than I draw, and I prefer my digital graphics to a palette of paint. I am strongly inspired by great artist like Cameron Grey, Luminokaya, Mugwort, Nico Psyart, Hakan Hisim, Matik, Andy Thomas, Androide Jones and many more...
I try to create fantasy and visionary designs whilst maintaining a modern style and mixing the representative body abstract visions. As well as explore the human body, in particular the woman, who expresses great beauty, movement curves, vibration and love.
Have you ever – in the summer on a sunny day – stared into a field of grass ? Without turning your eyes away from that one spot in the middle ... as long as you could – no blinking allowed ?
Well, if i do this, i can see beautiful patterns, ... i would recommend this to anyone since it is a playful and very meditative way to spend your time.
To me it feels as if a constant waterfall of joy and pure liveliness jump out of the image that before i simply viewed as “the normal world”.
My latest work is the result of an attempt to translate these never-ending depths hiding not even a fraction of a millimeter behind the curtain of our everyday reality ... It is an attempt to build a bridge between any concept observable in this world and the unimaginable world of dreams behind it on the other side ...
To simulate a panorama over a landscape that stretches over countless of inter- dimensional facets of reality, a wonderful view we could only dream of to perceive.
It is an invitation to the mind of the observer to for just a moment, feel the fractal nature of the now,
to inspire awe for the multi-layered details whirling into the architecture of the moment,
to try and connect with its deep design within and to dive into that overwhelming experience.
By flirting with basic geometry and mixing it into semi-controlled random brushstrokes i enable myself to spawn multiple shapes at once
and arrange them onto hundreds of layers spread over thousands and thousands of pixels while pushing the limits of my machine.
You surely can imagine this makes me feel like i am playing with pure light and hyper- chaotic phenomena such as crystal growth or galaxy formation.
Neil Gibson is originally from Toronto, Canada. Starting his artistic journey around 2000 while attending school O.C.A.D in Toronto, he began painting backdrops for his local gang, the Black Light Activists. This collective provided the perfect platform to discover, express and exhibit his work to a larger audience. In 2005, he was invited for the first time to Europe, and has been creating and exhibiting world wide ever since.
Although known mainly for his ultra-violet-psychedelic-hyper-cubism painting styles, other mediums such as screen printing, collage and digital graphics are often explored. Working collaboratively with music labels, visual artists and organizations all over the world, he has designed many images and package design for album covers, as well as regularly producing unique hand printed t-shirts.
Neil has exhibited his work in most countries in Europe, North America, Israel, Russia, Central America, South Africa and Japan.
Robert Steven Connett is a California artist who takes his current inspiration from biological forms both flora and fauna, micro and macro, land and ocean dwelling from which he generates new variations, as though he were painting with recombinant DNA. He is a masterful painter of other-worldly creatures harmoniously swimming along in complex dreamscapes. Intricate geometric patterns make up each new species, meticulously painted with illuminated detail.
TAS aka The Adventurous Spark is a graphic designer, visual artist and VJ from Austria. He creates a unique world of deep psychedelic motion art and is best known for his mind blowing videos on the web. TAS also performs as a portal agent illuminating dance floors with projection mappings and live visuals for various European festivals in the psychedelic scene.
Sumski, born in 1986 in Rijeka, Croatia, Ivan Blažetić “Šumski” began studying art at Academy of Fine
Arts in Rijeka, where he finishes his Master in Art Education. After studying he specialize in the City Puppet Theatre Rijeka, and focusing more on expressing himself thru digital media and street art.
He is involved into experimental and contemporary illustration with visionary and psychedelic narrative, street art, character design, art installations and animation. His modes of expression, both digital and traditional, are versatile and unconventional, he is guided by the intention to make the soul perceptible.
His works, which have non explicit narrative background, are imbued with eternal inspiration which he finds in our collective divine imagination. Observing this dimensions has encouraged him to set off on cosmic paths. He understands that he is nothing in comparison with the universe, and yet not smaller than the stars among which he sails on his space ship. This voyage is a quest for nobility of spirit, a pursuit of a game, seeking to attain new perspectives in purpose to point to the union with the divine.
He currently lives and works in Berlin, Germany.
Vajra is a self-taught visionary artist from Southern California. He has been drawing all his life and in recent years has begun painting to bring his visions fully to life and affect the world on a larger scale. The goal of his art is the evolution of consciousness and the betterment of life in general. He strives to achieve this by approaching the creative process with bodhisattvic intention – that all work accomplished be for the betterment of all beings.
Each piece begins with a vision, a life and story of its own, which Vajra tells through the language of art. He openly shares the story behind each work, but invites you to reflect upon and interpret each artwork, the themes, and imagery therein through your own lens, for your own conscious evolution and highest good.
Vajra creates art not only for Beauty and Truth, but for Justice. Striving to awaken humanity’s latent sense of responsibility to the earth and all beings with whom we share it.