“Dream Eagle” by Sierra Golden Eagle Undine
January 25 - April 4, 2013
Open the path between the worlds and meet your helping spirits from the Otherside at Spirit Guides, an art exhibit and multiarts show running January 25 – April 4, 2013, at Life Force Arts Center, 1609 W Belmont, Chicago IL 60657. Opening Reception is Friday, January 25, 2013, from 6 – 10 PM. Closing Reception is Thursday, April 4, 2013, from 7 – 9 PM. Gallery hours are Mondays and Thursdays 1:30 – 6:30 PM, and by appointment. Admission is free to the exhibit and Opening and Closing Receptions. Workshops, performances, and other events related to the theme of spirit guides will also be held as part of the show. For more information, please contact Joan Forest Mage, Executive Director, (773) 327-7224, joan@LifeForceArts.org.
Spirit Guides are helpful beings of the non-physical plane who aid, advise and heal us. They give us wisdom and protection, especially when we journey inward. Spirit Guides can appear in the form of animals, humans, crystals, plants, angels, ancestors, gods, goddesses, faeries, and other spiritual beings. They come to teach people important lessons in life. We communicate with our Spirit Guides through meditation, visions, dreams, signs, omens, art, and other ways we perceive the invisible realm. LFAC’s Spirit Guides show especially focuses on art that helps viewers understand the concept of spirit guides, reach beyond mundane reality, and meet the viewer’s own allies on the otherside. The guides are there to help us if we just open the path between the worlds.
The mission of Life Force Arts Foundation (LFA) is to advance the field of spiritual art through artistically excellent exhibits, events, and publications that explore the connection of art and spirituality. We define spiritual art as visual, literary, or performing art that flows from spiritual practice, strives to connect the audience with Spirit, and creates spiritual awakening, healing, or evolution. We focus on the arts as a common ground of human expression, where artists and audiences of diverse spiritual traditions can honor each other, and share their personal and collective experiences of the spiritual aspect of life. LFA’s goals are to develop spiritual artists, the spiritual arts audience, and the spiritual arts community. The Foundation operates Life Force Arts Center (LFAC), Chicago’s spiritual art gallery and performance space, which presents visual art exhibits, dance, theater, and music performances, author book signings, and workshops with artists who are experts in spiritual artmaking.
Exhibiting Artists for Spirit Guides
Bev De Meyer
Sierra Golden Eagle Undine