Interviews & Featured Artists

Charting the movement and the artists who have made marks and helped define Visionary Art.

Latest Addition posted November 12, 2023

Red K Elders Interview

Daniel Mirante

Red K Elders has honoured us with her time and energy to give an interview into the nature of her skillful, potent and aesthetic imagery that invokes powerful principle archetypes, energies and entities of pan-European and Mediterranean mythologies. We hope dear reader you will enjoy this conversation which seeks to explore deep into the practice of this remarkable artist.

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Elisabeth Landgraf Interview – Trancing the Sacred

Elisabeth Landgraf is a remarkable artist whose life journey weaves from the mountainous landscapes of South Korea to the bustling streets of Paris and the picturesque vistas of Scotland. A journey not just across continents, but through the realms of self-discovery

Added on September 18, 2023

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An Introduction to Ernst Fuchs

Ernst Fuchs was an extraordinarily talented and multifaceted Austrian artist born on February 13, 1930. He was a master of several mediums including painting, drawing, printmaking, and sculpture, and he also ventured into architecture, stage designing, poetry, and singing. Fuchs was a pivotal figure in the Vienna School of Fantastic Realism, a movement he co-founded. His legacy places him as one of the pivotal founders of contemporary visionary art and one of the great preservers and reinvigorators of the timeless legacy of sacred art.

Added on September 9, 2023


Igor Volos Interview

Igor Volos stands as a bridge between the past and the present. His artworks embody a deep reverence for the traditional forms and artistic techniques of various cultures, while infusing them with his own unique vision and contemporary interpretation, inviting viewers to contemplate the intertwining threads of history, culture, and the ever-evolving nature of artistic expression.

Added on June 21, 2023

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Kuba Ambrose – An Interview (2022)

The paintings of Kuba Ambrose explore the timeless and ongoing relationship between humankind and the Creator. We are very grateful to Kuba Ambrose for taking time from his paintings to participate in an interview about his thoughts on art, history and prayer.

Added on October 20, 2022


The Art of Summer Gillett

Summer Gillett is an Australian artist practicing in Northern Rivers, New South Wales Australia. Her work is strikingly beautiful and resonates with aesthetic sensibilities that are pre-modern and to a certain extent traditional, but not provincial – imbued with an esoteric dimension that reflects on contemporary spiritual concerns about the role of the priestess figure or oracle in the contemporary world.

Added on August 14, 2022

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The Kafno Ikon – An Exploration

Biblical and Historical Explanation for the First Original Monumental KAFNO Icon painted by Tanya Maria Semaan who generously provided this exegesis of the Ikon.

Added on June 7, 2022

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Moses and the Burning Bush by Rick Jacobi

Contemporary painter Rick Jacobi describes the coming about of the biblical symbolism ‘Moses and the Burning Bush’ painting

Added on May 27, 2022

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Peresvet, Oslyabya, Divine Gloom

The key to understanding the symbolism of the painting’s composition is found in the interpretations of the “Mystical Theology” of Saint Dionysius the Areopagite. As you maybe aware, the most Luminous Darkness, of the Divine Gloom is a theological term from the Orthodox Apophatic theology, which is based on the” negative” way of perception on it’s way of the search for the Ultimate truth through the denial of everything that which is not It.

Added on January 23, 2021

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An Interview with Pablo Amaringo

The late Pablo Amaringo trained as a curandero in the Amazon, healing himself and others from the age of ten, but gave this up in 1977 to become a full-time painter and art teacher at his Usko-Ayar school. Pablo left us this November 2009, and this interview is posted in homage to this great Artist and great Man.

Added on October 24, 2020

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Flowing Light – The Art of A. Andrew Gonzalez

A. Andrew Gonzalez, of San Antonio, Texas, has been depicting the human form “as temple and vessel sublimed by transformative forces” for over 15 years. Empowered by an artistic mission to “transform the collective imagination”,

Added on October 19, 2020

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Interview with Brigid Marlin for the “Science and Religion” magazine

Interview with Brigid Marlin for the “Science and Religion” magazine; Moscow, Russiaby by Oleg Korolev, and prepared by Dmitry Zhukov.

Added on May 23, 2020


Ana Suromai by Amanda Sage

On a rainy night in downtown Los Angles, I was invited to the studio of Amanda Sage. Amanda pulls something out that had been tucked away. Unrolling the large linen surface, there was something quite unlike any of her other spiritual, psychedelic work

Added on November 2, 2019