“If you live in the LA area stop by the Cornell Winery and see Greg’s work in person for a limited time…truly spectacular!” -Carolyn Brown
Musing the Goddess is up at the Cornell Winery until August 23. The show celebrates the Divine Feminine. She, the goddess in all traditions, symbolizes balance, healing, renewal, restoration, intuition, wisdom; the empowered, nurturing sacred mother of all.
Eleven pieces of art reflect this theme, most are new incarnations along with a few earlier works. Some of these are large luminous paintings (Cosmic Current is 6 feet tall) with gold and silver leaf and will be most appreciated seeing in person. You can see the show here on this post but go to Agoura to experience it. Plus the Cornell Winery has a special charm along with the amazing, historic restaurant, The Old Place, next door.
The art can be purchased here as well. Click on the images to see them larger. Shipping is not included in the prices below.
The sun is normally associated with masculine attributes, but in ancient cultures it was also feminine. After thousands of years of a patriarchal, male dominated world view the pendulum is swinging back toward a feminine and holistic one. As the Goddess rises in the world’s consciousness it embodies this powerful symbol of light bringing with it a more balanced, peaceful and loving planet.
The union of two souls are like trees rooted to the ground, the incense of their love branching upward, manifesting a sacred geometric imprint in the ethers.
The Seer opens her eyes to the light and discerns a golden scent of pure love as symbolized by the white Jasmine.
Mythology represents the Three Graces as goddesses of charm, beauty, nature, creativity and fertility. Here the Tree of Life represents the human spine and the kundalini rising up it, symbolized by the serpent spiraling up the trunk. This art is also a nod to the great art master, Raphael.
The feminine psyche awakens from the depth of sleep into a sparkling awareness of empowerment.
Cosmic Current represents the ethereal winds of inspired passion and creativity. She swoops down from the heavens of our consciousness to the worlds of manifestation. This is one of my most powerful pieces to date and has a strong presence you can feel when you stand in front of it.
Cosmic Current, (detail)
Cosmic Current, (detail)
The Stag is known as a fertility god and protector of nature. In ancient history this horned creature was also depicted as holding up the cosmos by carrying the sun in its horns. Here the Goddess guides these powers grasping a flowering caduceus to proclaim the blossoming of a new age.
The intellect is transformed with the self realization of experiencing our true essential nature.
Accessing the limitless dimensions of our consciousness, we open worlds of possibility transcending time and space. This art also reflects the visions of Vespertina, a 13th century mystic.
The spirit of giving and accepting imbues this classic favorite of the Divine Mother.
Blessings, (detail)Illuminata, 27″x32″ Archival, museum quality print on acid free paper, signed, framed under glass.
Wisdom goes beyond intelligence or formal knowledge, it is ‘the knowledge of the knowledge’. This feminine messenger descends through the clouds of experience bringing light to our intellectual shores.