Category Archives: Spalenka News
Ascending to our highest nature. Art for a book (in the works) on the gospels inspired by intuitive translations of Paramahansa Yogananda. Advertisements
John the Baptist and Jesus unite through cosmic consciousness. Art for a book (in the works) on the gospels inspired by the translations of Paramahansa Yogananda.
Art for a book (in the works) on the gospels inspired by the translations of Paramahansa Yogananda. “A thousand Christs sent to earth would not redeem its people unless they themselves become Christlike by purifying and expanding their individual consciousness to receive … Continue reading
For me, every day is like New Years Day, because every day is the first day of the rest of my life. It is a cliche, but also true. Onward and upward!
I am honored to have a piece in the new Spectrum 22. “A Little Help,” charcoal, conte on butcher paper.
Dining with the Muses I am sorry this event is SOLD OUT. Cornell Winery, Agoura, CA Thursday, August 20th 7:00pm Reception – 7:30 dinner and show Throughout history the arts have inspired legendary celebrations, festivals and one of kind parties to … Continue reading
I have one beautiful museum quality Light Jet print of “Wings,” 20″x30″ archivally mounted on wood, ready to hang. Signed on the back. I am offering it along with a copy of the 48 page, Strange Conversations book. Contact Chandeliers and Tulips to purchase. … Continue reading
I am at the San Diego Comic Con in Artist Alley this year, GG11. Stop by to see what is happening and what I am showing. I have an amazing La Dame Blanche banner for sale, Strange Conversation books, … Continue reading
“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 … Continue reading
“What a dreamer. And thank heavens Spalenka dreams in shapes, colors and textures we can see. Visionary, meaningful.” -DUSA, Amazon reviewer “This man captures realism and true likenesses with skill, but his most fascinating works are those that are truly free-flowing … Continue reading