will have a collection of forty nationally and internationall recognized artists who work within the Visionary genre.
The exhibit will be on display from July 12 through September 20.
Their works are predominantly paintings, but are in all mediums. They follow the Mische technique.
"These artists embrace dreams, visions and their personal inner life, in all forms to create imaginative works of art that are rich and seeping with passion," according to an exhibit spokesperson. Today's featured piece is "The Rod," by Brigid Marlin, founder of The Society for Art of Imagination.
"'The Rod' represents a time when I felt depressed at the world we live in," said Marlin, adding;
It seemed all about fighting and horror. Water is a symbol of truth, and there was no water in the desert. But then I found that if we walk through the desert of unknowing there is a higher, spiritual world on a different level, and there we can find truth.
For more information, visit www.qcc.cuny.edu.
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