THE DREAM ART   OF   MARIA DE LOS ANGELES  TAVERAS " DREAM ART "   derives inspiration   FROM  THE RED BOOK , TH...
In the  Red Book , Jung transcribed his dreams and fantasies and illustrated them in beautiful colors. The  Red Book  rese...
The  Red Book  exemplifies the technique that Jung calls "active imaginations."  Active imagination is the Jungi...
This is the technique that I draw from to create my  " Dream Art."  I sculpt and paint the psyche.  I create wor...
The  Red Book , which is now being published as a facsimile edition and English translation, is being exhibited publicly f...
EMERGENCE OF THE WINGED SERPENT
EMERGENCE OF THE WINGED SERPENT
The Emergence  of the   Winged                   Serpent
SERPENT WOMAN  
SERPENT WOMAN
 
"Serpent Handling Woman"
 
 
 
ARRIVAL OF THE WINGED SERPENT Arrival of the Winged Serpent
 
 
Arrival  of  the  Winged  Serpent  in Studio
 
TRANSFORMATION OF THE FEMININE
Bondage of the Feminine   Work in Progress 
  Golden Woman Dreaming  of   Walking Feet 
"Golden Woman Dreaming of Walking Feet"
    Me and Not Me  
Rapture  of the Blue Anima
Cosmic Eye and the Feminine
Birth of the Inner World
Winged Serpent  Woman
Serpent Coiling Woman
THE  DREAM ART   of  MARIA   de los   Angeles  TAVERAS "DREAM ART" derives inspiration from the RED BOOK, the pr...
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Taveras' "Dream Art" and C.G. Jung's Red Book share the passsion of two individuals relationship to their psyche.

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The Dream Art Of Maria De Los Angeles

  1. 1. THE DREAM ART   OF   MARIA DE LOS ANGELES  TAVERAS " DREAM ART "   derives inspiration   FROM  THE RED BOOK , THE PRIVATE JOURNAL IN WHICH C.G.JUNG  RECORDED HIS "ACTIVE IMAGINATIONS."
  2. 2. In the Red Book , Jung transcribed his dreams and fantasies and illustrated them in beautiful colors. The Red Book resembles a medieval illuminated manuscript or the engraved visions of the romantic poet William Blake .
  3. 3. The Red Book exemplifies the technique that Jung calls "active imaginations."  Active imagination is the Jungian method for engaging in a dialogue with images that spontaneously and autonomously emerge from the collective unconscious in dreams and fantasies.
  4. 4. This is the technique that I draw from to create my " Dream Art." I sculpt and paint the psyche.  I create works of art using archetypal images from my own dreams.  It is a creative process that I call "interactive morphing."  (Morpheus is the god of dreams in Greek mythology.)  As Jung does in the Red Book , I engage in a dialogue, or conversation, with the images that emerge from the collective unconscious in my dreams, and then I render these images as sculptures and paintings.
  5. 5. The Red Book , which is now being published as a facsimile edition and English translation, is being exhibited publicly for the first time ever at the Rubin Museum of Art in New York City from October 7, 2009, to January 25, 2010 (www.rmanyc.org/events/load/308.)
  6. 6. EMERGENCE OF THE WINGED SERPENT
  7. 7. EMERGENCE OF THE WINGED SERPENT
  8. 8. The Emergence  of the   Winged                   Serpent
  9. 9. SERPENT WOMAN  
  10. 10. SERPENT WOMAN
  11. 12. "Serpent Handling Woman"
  12. 15.  
  13. 16. ARRIVAL OF THE WINGED SERPENT Arrival of the Winged Serpent
  14. 18.  
  15. 19. Arrival  of  the  Winged  Serpent  in Studio
  16. 21. TRANSFORMATION OF THE FEMININE
  17. 22. Bondage of the Feminine   Work in Progress 
  18. 23.   Golden Woman Dreaming  of   Walking Feet 
  19. 24. "Golden Woman Dreaming of Walking Feet"
  20. 25.     Me and Not Me  
  21. 26. Rapture  of the Blue Anima
  22. 27. Cosmic Eye and the Feminine
  23. 28. Birth of the Inner World
  24. 29. Winged Serpent  Woman
  25. 30. Serpent Coiling Woman
  26. 31. THE DREAM ART   of  MARIA de los Angeles TAVERAS "DREAM ART" derives inspiration from the RED BOOK, the private journal in which C.G. JUNG recorded his "active imaginations."  

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