Sometimes, the philosophical and the real meet in a certain space and time. With the eyes of curious seekers, we see the world as it could be, or as it is, or as it was. Sometimes, we catch a glimpse of the meaning of touch, light, thought, of feeling—of being—by looking at the visual expressions of skilled fine artists.
This is one of those times.
From January 25 to February 25, Emillions Art, in association with Salomon Arts, presents Mystical Forces, an exploration of the powers that influence moments and give them form and structure at the Tribeca gallery, Salomon Arts.
Six artists delve into the space between hesitation and effect, giving this invisible plane form. French Neo-Cubist Alain Beraud, abstractionist MM Ciciovan, illusionist Barbara Rachko, sculptor and painter Shray, minimalist Lynn Charveriat and humorist Christopher Charveriat share their work—visions of the mystical forces that compel us to motion.
You can read about several of these artists in previous posts on this blog and in the artist biographies section of the Emillions Art website.
One of the most beautiful aspects of fine art is the moment a work transcends its own journey from conception to birth, reaching out into the hearts and minds of its audience. There is an almost magical convergence of thought, perception, emotion and creative will that ignites a flame of enlightenment at the deepest level of the human psyche.
How invigorating and exciting it is to experience wave upon wave of these tiny little explosions of realization when we come face to face with the works of so many different artists in one space. This is exactly what you will find when you embark on the journey that is Mystical Forces.
We sincerely hope you will take the opportunity to see this exposition of tremendous talent and skill — that you will find a fresh, invigorating, discovery of what makes this world beautiful and rich. You will not regret the investment in yourself, in your story, your soul. After all, the human experience is a tapestry woven together from the unseen threads that tie us all together.