|Authors: ||Drury, Nevill, 1947-, ((author.)), Voigt, Anna, ((author.))|
|Publisher:||Roseville East, NWS : Craftsman House ;Australia ; United States : G + B Arts International [distributor],|
- There are 118 copies of this book in other libraries
- and 85 copies of this specific edition.
- Drury, Nevill, 1947-, (author.)
- United States G + B Arts International.
- 184 pages : colour illustrations ; 30 cm.
- The concept of 'spirituality' conveys more than formal religious faith or belief - it relates to the sacred and transcendental dimensions of human consciousness and touches directly on the fundamental mystery which underlies the process of creation. Artists relate to this mystery in different ways - sometimes within the context of a religious tradition, such as Christianity or Buddhism, but more often in an instinctual, non-doctrinal way. Some artists relate their spirituality to the potentialities of human awareness - a sacred potentiality perhaps only partially glimpsed but innate to all human beings - while others see the spirit as an extension of the conscious mind. Others find the sacred within the earth, within rites of passage and transformation, and within archetypal mythologies from both East and West.
- Fire and Shadow is neither a history nor an overview but focuses on a selection of established and mid-career Australian artists - among them painters, sculptors, installation artists and practitioners of mixed media - who are incorporating spiritual elements and themes in their work.
- Selected artists: James Gleeson
- Kate Briscoe
- Inga Hunter
- John Coburn
- William Ferguson
- Rover Thomas
- Mirlkitjungu Millie Skeen
- Gloria Temarre Petyarre
- Tim Johnson
- Marion Borgelt
- Anne Judell
- Wendy Stavrianos
- Lyn Plummer
- Sebastian di Mauro
- Ted Snell.
- Aboriginal content.
- Includes bibliography and index.
- Also issued online.
- Online version Drury, Nevill, 1947- Fire and shadow. Roseville East, NSW : Craftsman House Australia ; United States : G + B Arts International [distributor], c1996
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