13 November 2016

Crucible Workshop @ The Getty

Here's something that will get me to travel to Los Angeles: two days of being at the Getty Museum, studying medieval manuscripts, hanging with personal hero artist / alchemist Timothy Ely, bedding up at the Sportsman's Lodge, Ubering everywhere, and California style eggs benedict every morning.

The workshop centered on paper mark making, use of occult symbols and how to embed hidden meaning into an art piece, taught by Tim. A great mix of people into the magical arts, paper, history and bookmaking were in attendance. We also had an exclusive look at Tim's books that the research facility has in their collection. This was all in conjunction with "The Art of Alchemy" show running during the same time.

One word sums it up for me: inspired.

All pics on flickr






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