Featured Artist Info

Maurice Laflamme III, creating art under the name Artfool for the past 8 years, is an artist guided by color and flow. He creates art with vibrant colors, leaving space for the viewer to interpret what they see. He lives in northern California with his wife and daughter. "I do this for the benefit of all beings everywhere." Maurice Laflamme III aka "Artfool"

"Ive been creating dye art on and off my whole life but truly fell in love with the art form in 2015 and have been practicing it nearly everyday since. My art means the world to me and i enjoy sharing it with others." ~ Austin Mackereth

Cameron Gray lives and works in Melbourne, Australia. Known primarily as a visionary graphic artist, Cameron has qualifications in Graphic Design, Photography, Multimedia Design, and Contemporary Arts, as well as a keen interest in new media, sculpture, jewelry making, painting, experimental video and sound design.

Cameron’s work is regularly displayed in live music & arts festivals across the globe, and his body of work has been selected for preservation by the National Library of Australia as one of the countries artists of the 21st century.

"ARIA nominated Australian artist Cameron Gray creates scenes of the human potential. His works portray a peek through the veil, asking us how we can be greater, live fuller and love deeper. From celestial visions to cosmic animations, Cameron is certainly a front runner in the digital art revolution. And with timing so divine, Cameron weaves together the dualistic aspects of light and dark, bringing them once again into a state of oneness." ~ SolPurpose Visionary Artists Collective

Dima started out his career in 2009 by designing commemorative show posters for his favorite musicians. After graduating with a Bachelors degree in graphic design he started on a freelance journey to creating art for a living driven by his love for visionary art and music. This path has opened doors to an abundance of inspiration, love and motivation to elevate his art to transcending dimensions. Always trying to push the limitless boundaries of creativity, Dima attempts to communicate with his work on a spiritual level as it is what the our world needs at this time. His art is created by a meditated arrangement of pixels that are meant vibrate sacred frequencies into our existence.

Frame of Mind also known as Janrobbe is a world renown album artist and product designer. If you would like a commission a project you can reach out via http://www.frameofmind.be/

The art I create is a reflection of a lifetime of practice, study and distilled experiences. Making art since childhood, my main focus would be on fantastical themes, and countless attempts to capture the essence of my dreams on traditional media.

Spending most of my childhood in Australia, and the rest of my youth in Turkey I was fortunate to experience both eastern and western modalities, allowing me to perceive a more balanced view of cultures around the world.I studied both fine art and cinema, although “Higher Education” did have a few things to offer, I realized ultimately that it tended to stifle my creativity. In 2012 I completely transitioned to digital tools to create my artworks and found that I could express my visions and ideas more directly within the digital domain. I have been creating digital art ever since.

I have been a student of the mystery traditions, Alchemy and esoteric concepts for most of my life and they have had a very strong impact on fueling my creativity. My art is mainly manifested by attempting to express the visions I have experienced in deep trance states, dreams and meditations. However some do come about by playing with forms, geometry and symmetry, slowly but surely after some time an image, and a story begins to come to life on the screen and my process is to continue to keep building on that foundation.

"My message: Its quite simple. Create images to create mass shift in awareness of self, to help crate the new earth we all hope to see." I Am Electric

With her imagery, Ishka reveals a world of the eternal Beauty that is all things. A river of elementals, cosmic beings, and magical beasts swirl together in one great flood of light and shadow, emanating the shapes and colors illuminated within the Beloved’s kaleidoscope. With every turning of the wheel, an ever-changing cycle of Life appears. Dawn spills into the night sky, a blossom falls as a cherry grows; and the movement in our mind trickles down into a land where thoughts kneel before a pool of peaceful waters, watching silently, as Spirit emerges from the depths.

My work is a reflection of how we experience life with an attitude of thanks, grace, and play. When we do this, reality is a lot more like a dream. Everything takes on an air of fluidity, and there is more space in our minds to experience moments like water in a river, continuing onward without resistance to what is. This does not mean that we give up the power of choice, or that we “give in” to whatever comes our way—to emulate the river is to understand that the nature of the river is to keep on. Water does not hold onto the riverbank, it simply flows. One purpose of my work is to act as a reminder that the world is not black and white. If we remain present, patient, and curious throughout life, we judge others and ourselves less often, and adapt more easily and frequently to beneficial change. This is the result of a grand collaboration of events! The style and subject matter in my art represent the ability to experience perfection as a wondrous state of transformation, acknowledging each phase and form of existence as part of a sacred universal process. Once we are able to perceive our interdependence with all things, we can synchronize our perspective with and direction towards the greatest landscape of interconnection we can imagine, and life becomes the most exhilarating game we’ve ever played.We are all born with infinite potential to create beauty; and as we fulfill our basic needs, and honor our potential, we offer the world the greatest gift. When we do and say things that bring others and ourselves real joy, we are creating beauty. When we live authentically to our individual nature in empowering ways while encouraging others to do the same, we are making art. Through creative expression and compassionate communication, differences between individuals become opportunities for understanding instead of conflict, art instead of destruction, poetry instead of war. We find hope in what may have once been great disappointment. Negative concepts about God and religion are transmuted into diverse pathways that lead straight to the heart. We accept all as beings that simply love and need to be loved.

"I'm a surrealist. I particularly like to paint 'biomorphic' imagery. I also consider myself a landscape painter. I like to depict weather and the seasons." ~ James McCarthy

Karen Schaefer

Karen Schaefer’s passion for artistic expression and deep appreciation for nature began in childhood. This passion inspired her to study at SUNY New Paltz, where she earned a Bachelor of Science in Visual Arts, with a concentration in Painting. She later received her Masters degree and License in Social Work from Adelphi University. Karen believes that art is therapeutic and life enhancing. She is very interested in the unconscious elements that are revealed during the creative process. Using an intuitive approach, Karen creates various sized paintings with vivid colors and symbolic imagery out of her studio in Asheville, North Carolina. Her work is deeply influenced by nature and time spent hiking and exploring the surrounding beauty of the Mountains.

Karen’s interest in the healing arts lead her to several therapeutic art-focused volunteer settings. She worked as an intern assistant to the Art Director of the North East Center For Special Care in Lake Katrine, NY. Through this opportunity, she facilitated therapeutic artistic expression for individuals with traumatic brain injuries by assisting with various projects in the art studio. She also participated in an extensive project at the Cardinal Hayes School for Special Children. There, she trained with the Non Profit Organization, Artistic Realization Technologies (A.R.T.) Using breakthrough techniques, Karen helped students who were quadriplegic or had nonfunctional use of their hands create paintings of their own artistic visions for the first time in their lives. Both opportunities affirmed her belief in the value of art as a healing medium.

Through her business, Spiral Canvas, Karen is continually working to transform her artwork into a functional and accessible format. She recently launched a line of greeting cards, prints, tapestries, tote bags, zipper accessory pouches and woven blankets in addition to her more traditional work. By creating versatile products made with integrity and designed for every-day use, Karen hopes to inspire people not only on a visual level but in a tactile and hands-on way.

Krystleyez

Through an ever-evolving process of intention and intuition, Krystle harnesses the power of art as a vehicle for personal and collective transformation. In a world stifled by the illusion of separation, she shares impacting visions of unity. Exploring the luminous landscapes of consciousness, her multidimensional paintings radiate transcendental light with balanced serenity. Pulsing and breathing with life, the etheric geometries which dance off her canvas disintegrate the boundaries between art and audience. Cosmic maps into the interconnected nature of existence, her artwork navigates the way between heart, mind, and the enchanting realms of spirit.

Upon her birth into a lineage of artists, Krystle finds profound purpose in the creative process. The daughter of an ambitious architect, she recalls drawing next to him as a child while he hand-rendered blueprints of his new designs. Witnessing the metamorphosis of his “drawings” into monolithic structures engrained within her the power of imagination to shape the world in which we live.  Her grandmothers, both painters, also instilled a highly concentrated love for the magic of artistic expression.

Awareness of reality’s subtle details allows her to continually recognize the synchronistic flow bestowed by experience.Her artistic process also mirrors this natural tendency in her being…to connect the dots.  Identifying threads of connection between the natural world, countless subjects studied by humankind, and the comprehension of life’s purest meaning, her artwork aims to transcend the boundaries of polarized modes of consciousness by revealing the fundamental patterns that unite everything. Gathering inspiration from the enrapturing beauty of nature, sacred geometry, metaphysics, mystical experiences, ancient civilizations, meditation and music, she illustrates a celestiallanguage of Oneness. Synchronizing science and spirituality, she layers sacred symbolism with dimensions of meaning.

Through the evolution of Krystle’s work, a symbol of deep-seeded familiarity, harmonious beauty, and immense magnitude intuitively emerged. She discovered a network of circles to be distinguished as the Flower of Life: a template with deeply embedded history, including its inscription in pyramid walls and its expression in numerous world cultures. This insight led her to an awareness of sacred geometry and the essential patterns from which all life springs.

Geometric rhythms of energy exist within the tiniest of atoms and greatest of galaxies, unifying everything from molecular structures, to crystals, to snowflakes, to flowers, to animals, to human beings. Viewing creation with expanded awareness, Krystle appreciates how the same guiding force behind a hurricane also spins galaxies and why this same spiral is evidenced within each individual. Unlocking harmonious possibilities within divine proportions, she weaves a timeless wisdom that reveals the eloquent tapestry of the universe.

Pioneering expanded avenues of expression, Krystle accompanies musicians as a live-performance painter in order to bring visionary art into the public eye. She embraces this endeavor as unique atmosphere to channel work saturated with sound and unfolded through the raw moment. This approach to live art allows the audience to witness the blossoming of creation, acting as an open invitation to expand one’s perception of painting from a static image to a ritualistic process.

Krystle humbly offers her sacred art to the world to illuminate pathways to higher consciousness and rekindle the fire of in*spirit*ation in us all. She passionately believes in the power of love, collaboration and community-building to bring people back into harmony with each other and nature.

Light Wizard

​​Steve Willis is a rare breed of human on a fantastical voyage to redefine the framework of possibility. He is a Mayan Kiwi born in Wellington 1981 to a father from New Zealand and a mother from Guatemala. He is a global citizen having lived between the nations of Mexico, Venezuela, Guatemala, Japan, New Zealand, Australia, and the United States.  

Steve began uncovering his aesthetic potential in high school before going on to study photography at The Academy of Art University in San Francisco where he earned his Bachelor of Fine Arts in 2003. He continued his education in the Master of Fine Arts program until 2005 before moving to Australia to further cultivate his original and unusual style of art creation.

He began his career as an independent artist in 2010 focusing firstly on his still life photography; later adding sculpture, installation, and performance to the imaginative repertoire that established him as a leader in the Australian Visionary Art scene. Steve repurposes and upcycles different materials through his very unique process of creative reuse that transforms and elevates objects from ordinary to extraordinary.
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He is a determined dreamer that is known for astonishing people into states of playful fascination and puzzled interest while delivering potent messages of positivity, harmony, and authenticity. He considers creativity to be a sacred practice; his artwork is his chosen service to humanity, and he is on a mission to support our spiritual evolution.

He has exhibited his work alongside heavyweights such as Android Jones, Amanda Sage, Chris Dyer, and Luke Brown and consistently enchants worldwide audiences with his ingenuity and uncommon approach. The Light Wizard continues to marvel viewers, intrigue imaginations, capture curiosities, and offer an unexpected perspective with his fresh and distinct form of visual alchemy.

Luke Brown

​​Artist, Designer, Beauty Enthusiast ​,​Luke Brown was born with a paintbrush in one hand and a portal to the parallel in the other. If you have been to psychedelic culture gatherings around the world, you probably came across him live painting and displaying his artworks. His creative expression taps into something bigger than ourselves, activating the mind and stimulating the creative spirit within us.The embodiment of mystical experience by means of the colourful symmetries in his work are timeless and magical. Luke intends to take the viewer through an alternative dimension; a transpersonal domain beyond time and space, contributing to the expansion of collective consciousness.

Born in Ontario Canada into a creative and supportive family, Luke received a Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree from Ontario College of Art and Design. Luke paints in oils and acrylics as well as utilising digital mediums in his explorations of the infinite inner expanse. He is best known for his obsessive attention to detail, using the smallest brushes available. He is also passionate about creating multi media sculptural works. For the past 17 years, he has exhibited worldwide and alongside Alex Grey, HR Giger, Ernst Fuchs and Robert Venosa. He has taught at the Visionary art Academy in Vienna, sharing his knowledge and skills with the next generation of visionary artists.

Mark Munson

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Mat Miller

"I'm an illustrator/artist from the UK. I create dream like, fanciful imagery based heavily around animals, made up creatures and the natural world. I am currently residing in Bristol, UK but originally from Buckinghamshire. I attended the University of Huddersfield as a graphic design student but years later I find I have scribbled my way to being a full time freelance illustrator, artist or graphic artist. Call it what you will, I like to draw things for people, often strange and mainly animals. My weapons of choice are a 0.5mm technical pencil, a pentel pocket brush pen, unipin fineliners of varying size, watercolours, acrylic ink, photoshop, illustrator, a graphics tablet and much paper." ~ Mat Miller

Mélissande Monette

Mélissande Monette is a multidisciplinary artist who works with digital art, two-handed painting, fire spinner, tattoo artist, and tarot reader based in Montreal, QC. She earned her place on Quebec’s trance scene decorating many festivals with her dazzling printed canopy. Inspired by her travels on the west coast and South America, her art surprises with its myriad of hidden details and interconnected dimensions. “My work comes alive in the eye of the observers. I leave room for interpretation so all may see and seize what they need. Truth has many faces.” ~ Mélissande Monette

Mugwort

Mugwort is a Canadian multi-media artist and designer whose prolific body of work evokes other-worldly, dream-like sensations that illuminate the imagination.  His work represents an alchemical distillation of archetypal themes, the crystallization of abstract sensations and ideals, and a visual narrative that is both impactful and transcendent. His inspirations include avant-garde aesthetics, eastern philosophies, the pursuit of elevated consciousness and dream states. As a self-taught digital artist who is continually engaged by the dynamic potential of digital media, his creative process is characterized by an unconventional synthesis of design methodologies and an array of cutting-edge technologies. Working in a multitude of mediums such as digital painting, illustration, graphic design, audio-visual performance, large-scale installation design and fashion design, he weaves his diverse artistic expressions into a cohesive and deeply captivating metaphysical experience. His work has spread organically to a global level and has been displayed at galleries and festivals across the world.

“Mugwort Artemisia is an herb that has been used across the world for thousands of years for the enhancement of dream recollection, the bestowment of spiritual protection, and its many profound healing properties. My work is intended to mirror these effects with creative expression; to inspire the imagination, nurture the spirit, and remind us of our infinite nature and potential.“

Natural Warp

"My latest work is the result of an attempt to translate the 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 provide a panorama over that landscape that stretches over countless of the inter-dimensional facets of it, a view we can 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 detail fractalizing itself into the architecture of the moment, to try and connect with its deep design within and to dive into that overwhelming experience. 

I enjoy flirting with repetitive shapes, math, light and colors; spawning digital brushstrokes onto hundreds of layers spread over thousands of pixels while pushing the limits of my machine. 

Since creating art I supposed to be fun in the first place I’ll tell you a secret : To me this feels like I am playing with pure light and hyper-chaotic phenomena such as crystal growth or galaxy formation in the most humble way possible …" ~ Natural Warp

Olivia Curry

​​Olivia Curry is a digital artist from the United States who enjoys working with the interplay of organic forms, light, sacred geometry and other tools to bring about her visions. Olivia still involves herself in traditional painting as well; the practice of utilizing different mediums alongside each other creates a strong symbiotic relationship that strengthens her art skills. She operates on a colorful creative frequency that defines the core of her imagination.

Olivia grew up in the forest filling her imagination with nature, science fiction, metaphysics, esoteric knowledge, and meditation, which helped pave the way for her artistic style. Most of Olivia's art is inspired by the visionary journey that the world shows her, kinetic expression, and her connections to everyone she meets.  She aims to bring the spiritual and transformational creative energy that flows into every waking step of life into her artwork.

Though primarily a self-taught artist, Olivia gained invaluable technical knowledge while completing her Bachelors of Science in Computer Animation at Full Sail University in Florida. She has also crossed paths with many artists and teachers along her way.

Olivia has been a featured artist up and down the East and West coasts of America in many art shows, events, and festivals. Her artwork is always transforming and growing towards new possibilities. When this digital nomad is not traveling to festivals and events. She works in her current studio, which is located in Atlanta, GA.

I pledge to do my best work for the highest good, & to practice my art as a way of spiritually awakening myself and others. I offer myself and my materials to divine influence. 

To You, sweet darling; to the beautiful, absurd, creative flow and language of the universe; and to the global Love tribe: 
Thank you. 
I love you so. 
For what it’s worth, 
I do my best for you.

Scott is a visual artist, musician, writer, and actor based in Salt Lake City, UT. He graduated from Weber State University in 2007 with bachelor degrees in Musical Theatre and Psychology. Since then, his focus has been fixed on creating paintings and playing music.

Spirituality and psychology are central themes in Scott’s work. His work, whatever the medium, serves as a dialogue between the relative self and the higher Self, and invites the viewer to reconnect with his or her own divine presence. He explores not only the peaceful and the joyous aspects of this process, but also the turbulent and difficult aspects.

In 2012, Scott taught English in South Korea with his wife Melly for one year. During this time, he traveled throughout southeast Asia and India. The art, architecture, and culture of Buddhism, Taoism, and Hinduism left their mark on Scott’s consciousness, and their influence can be seen throughout his portfolio.

For Scott, art and music are ways of expanding the soul, lighting up the brain, and liberating the spirit. Bridging the gap between the mundane and the mystical, Scott’s work serves as a reminder that the world is much more than it seems. We move and have our being in an energetic ocean of joy and love, which is available at any moment to anyone who can quiet their chattering mind and be truly present.

Mind Cradle Featured Artist Simon Haiduk
Growing up in British Columbia, Canada, Simon developed a strong affinity to nature with artistic foundations in visual art and music. In 2004 he gravitated towards painting as a full time endeavor bringing his musical background into the visual realm. Simon has explored many visual mediums, often with a strong influence in spiritual themes connected to nature. In 2007 he graduated from Vancouver Film School, Digital Design, where he learned motion-graphics, among other computer skills. This led to him animating many of his paintings, and subsequently has now brought this to many live VJ performances with various global music acts including his own. He continues to also produce music, and has released four full length solo albums since 2002. Within art galleries, festivals, conventions, and online platforms, his work is exhibited globally. He currently works out of his studio in Roberts Creek, BC, while continuing to explore an ever expanding palette of creative endeavors.

"I'm curious about our psychic connection to nature and the interconnected universal source of all life. In my devotion to the creative process, I strive to find ways of producing art that inspires harmony between the Earth and its shared inhabitants. I feel that our collective need, and appreciation for nature unites us all. Each creation reflects an aspect of my life journey; thinning the veil between physical and metaphysical realities." ~ Simon Haiduk

Sylance - bio coming soon

TAS aka The Adventurous Spark is a graphic designer, visual artist and VJ from Austria. TAS creates a unique world of psychedelic motion art and is best known for his mind-bending videos on the web. TAS also performs as a "Portal Agent" illuminating dance floors around the world with projection mappings and live visuals for festivals in the psychedelic scene.

Totemical

"Hello! My name is Justin Totemical. I've been working as an independent computer artist for 8 years. I utilize a wide gamut of software and hardware in the creation of my work. Experimenting with evolving technology is the at the heart of my creative processes.

I have always felt overpowered by some creative force, A pulling of the soul into visualizing the dimensions that possess my waking dreams. Artwork for me is chance to explore these dreams by conjuring the realms between imagination and reality. My work is a representation of that exploration and aims to be a visual apotheosis of source. ~ Totemical

Yantrart

BIO coming soon

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