Bruce Rimell's Exhibits

:: Bruce Rimell's Online Exhibits ::

An important feature of my work is to engage in artistic researches towards particular goals, sometimes in parallel with my book publishing endeavours. My series on Eleusis, a quest to uncover the secret behind the Elusinian Mysteries, is in this vein. Experimental works created to illustrate a 2016 book, Liminal Contact, are also found here, and you can find the associated books for these two series via my Xibalba Books Publishing Imprint. Also accessible here is PaintUp with Kamamma, a series of mural sketches and designs for a mural project in South Africa from the years 2016-18 and ongoing. Other artistic researches have included the creation of a complete and working fictional language, called Fernalese, and my Hidden Light series, an ongoing dual-image set of works which aim to express 'seeing in a sacred manner'.

 

PaintUP with Kamamma
 
Liminal Contact
PaintUp with Kamamma - An exciting initiative in the town of Melkhoutfontein, Western Cape, South Africa, creating a brighter future by exploring the community's deep cultural history...
 
Liminal Contact - An experimental series exploring multi-dimensionality in painting, and referencing complex art histories, produced to illustrate my 2016 book of the same name...
     
     
Fernalese
 
Eleusis
Ferxao - An artistic constructed language created to adorn The Encyclopaedia of Fernal Affairs. An egalitarian and paradisical language that delights in playful expressions of colour...
 
Eleusis - A visionary and experiential quest to lift the veil from the Eleusinian Mysteries and reveal the world-healing secrets the initiates learned beyond the threshold of the Propylaia...
     
     
Hidden Light
 
Minoan Honey
Day, Night & Hidden Light - The first 'Dual Image' works from 2010-13. One image is seen by daylight and another, different image is seen under ultraviolet illumination...
 
Minoan Honey - A 2009-11 series exploring the visionary beauty and womanhood of the Minoan Civilisation of Bronze Age Crete, drawing upon rituals, archaeology and mythology...

 

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