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When an inspired vision hits the psyche in earthshaking revelations the first action to convey it is often to draw it. Words can only describe it in a descriptive fashion. Since the role of art in society has purposefully been reduced to an insignificant area of study that only the very few can make a living from it has been severely overlooked and bypassed.
Art has been butchered for a reason. The language of art completes the demolition of the tower of Babel and from the rubble springs the unity of the people once again as art is a universal language. Art is a highly superior form of communication because it is seen through the eyes of the soul. Though the bounds of human evolution can be guarded and tamed with words and spells it cannot be held back by the language of art and vision.
Every invention that has spurred humanity forward was first drawn, sadly so too the inventions of our demise. Think DaVinci’s weapon sketches. Art has been used for destructive purposes in a million ways, think WWI posters or the Podesta Art Collection. When we repurpose art for the good of humanity we will move very fast into a glorious future.
The reason for learning art is far greater than we have been led to believe. Every magnificent architectural feat featuring antiquitech designed to engage the energetic magic of the aethers began as a sketch first. The alchemy of art and science purposed for the good of humanity has the power to end slavery in a flash. When art and mathematics merge the magical powers of fibonacci come into play. This is why the disciplines of study are kept separated by design. When art and geography marry we get maps. Maps of old showed us the lay of the land in past eons and the creatures said to reside therein. There are paintings that still show us we once lived in a glorious age replete with harps, fruits, porticos, laughter and dancing in terraced gardens with exotic animals. Upon encountering a strange being the first request is “Draw it please.”
The advent of cameras in every pocket has diminished the need to draw and paint places and events. If Seurat French painter (1859-1891) had a cell phone camera handy would he have bothered to paint the partying Parisians? His passion for painting was so great that I think he would have but today we can just shoot an image, run it through an art program and voila, instant pointillism effect rendered.
The future of art will be all about creating from the soul as no tech program can ever compete with organic human beings!
Jane Evershed has been painting in oils for over forty years. Her first endeavor out of high school was to teach children’s art classes. She has taught art in South Africa, the USA and Indonesia. She believes that art being an outstanding feature of highly evolved civilizations warrants as many people as possible to learn and teach creativity toward the higher purpose of humanity’s positive evolution. She teaches art with a focus and goal of creating from soul. Internal creativity in children must be nurtured from a young age as it is being threatened by too much external techno-interference.
Jane began painting and distributing reproductions and originals of her work nationally in the United States for twenty five years with great success.
After being invited by Michael Tellinger to Ubuntu headquarters in South Africa to create huge murals depicting the ancient sites of Adam’s Calendar, and trips to Bali to absorb the wisdom of the NewEarth presenters at two World Health Summits Jane focused on the dire state of art in the world today and remedies for art health. The summits in Bali hosted by Sacha Stone, founder of NewEarth Project inspired her to create SPLAT! which teaches the art basics in ten steps. Jane now sits on the NewEarth University* faculty of the Living Arts. *NEU synergizes ancient wisdom with full-spectrum breakthrough technologies and innovations from leading experts in their field – visionaries and pioneers sharing an array of talent and gifts, so that together we manifest a peaceful New Earth.