Meher Baba Art

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Peter & Patricia Caswell

www.meherbabapaintings.co.uk - www.meherbabaphotos.com - www.meherose.co.uk

Joe DiSabatino 

www.avatarmeherbaba.org

Peter & Patricia CaswellPeter’s website features 24 images of his work which is memorable for vivid swirls of colour depicting large flower blooms as well as landscapes of India and paintings of Baba’s face done with energetic freedom in an expressionistic style. The website also links into the ‘Light Spirit Essences’ website of Patricia Caswell with its flower illustrations from Meherabad and Meherazad and its information about her two beautifully illustrated books. A nice flourish is the brightly daubed arrow pointing to the link – the arrowhead has feathered wings! The meherbabaphotos link leads to Pete Caswell's site showing photos and photo books of Meherabad and Amartithi..

Vicente Herrero HecaJoe DiSabatino is a Florida based artist who likes to work outdoors. Using oils and acrylics, he strives to capture in his landscapes something of the divine light he finds at places made sacred by Meher Baba in India and in the United States. His portraits of Baba seem to communicate at a deeply personal level and are well worth viewing. To find more images of his work just do a name-search under 'Art & Music' in the right hand column at the above website.

Thomas G Riley

www.life-o-riley.com

Will David

www.willdavid.com

Thomas G RileyThis art is made available in the easy-buy form of personal greetings cards (as is the work of quite a few of the other artists listed here) and it is fascinating to see the range of imaginative scenes created by the artist around the figure of Meher Baba. Baba walking towards you, waist deep through the calm sea in a deep golden sunset is just one such image. The others on display here are equally compelling scenes.

Will David

Some interestingly arresting paintings can be viewed at this cyber-gallery, all of them done at the Myrtle Beach Centre and imbued with a shimmer effect as of shifting light and colour which captures the almost indescribable effect of light on water so familiar to those who know and love the Centre. A childlike freshness of vision in the artist’s “Lagoon Cabin” series of paintings is both startling and very typical of his style.

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Meher Baba Art
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