Light Space & Time Online Art Gallery is very pleased to announce that Almine The Countess of Shannon is the gallery’s newest featured artist.  Almine and her art will now be promoted by the gallery for the next month in their Artist Showcase. 

Almine The Countess of Shannon is a digital artist based in Oregon.  Almine was elected as a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts in 1993 and for many years her art has been commissioned by private collectors worldwide. It is only in recent years that she has expanded in public circles.

Almine states this about her art, “I have been called by some "The Dreaming Artist", because my artwork is seen in dreams, before it's executed into its final manifestation. I deliberately avoid gaining inspiration from other artists' work in order to keep the purity of transcendent inspiration.”

Almine continues her thoughts, “The driving passion of my life has been to expand beyond the sensual experiences of existing limitations of human experience. My sincere desire is that my art will inspire viewers to live an extraordinary and boundless life. My depth of knowledge as a mystic and an alchemist is also the impetus for the desire to transcend existing paradigms through my visual art, and music.”

Finally, Almine completes her views about the creative process and the digital medium, “The desire to portray what lies beyond mortal boundaries permeates my artwork. To express the undefinable, and dance with the contradiction that exists beyond duality, is my passion. The digital medium I have chosen is able to express the inner light of shapes. It is my sincere desire that my art will inspire viewers to live an extraordinary and boundless life.”

Almine’s art website can be found here


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