Lyn Ott, was an American painter and a follower of Meher Baba. Ott was born in Scranton, Pennsylvania in 1926 to Irene and Lester Ott (vice president of W. T. Grant). Ott was born with retinitis pigmentosa, a hereditary degenerative eye disease that leads almost inevitably to blindness. In spite of this, Ott’s father Lester encouraged him to pursue his interest in painting. Ott graduated from the Rhode Island School of Design in 1947. He established a studio in SoHo in New York City and exhibited in several one-man shows at the Lovisco Gallery in the late 1950s and early 1960s, which received positive reviews. [… More …]
I have also spent time working in the Brandywine Pennsylvania countryside as well as studying in Paris. Although trained to paint portraits and still life, living in low country with its diverse natural environment is continually renewing in spirit and provides a wide variety of motifs for inspiration ..
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Paintings of Laurie Blum are wonderful and natural. She is using vibrant colors and depicts the old memories from Meher Baba’s life with great skill .. Her Paintings are available as Print and also as Cards .. I aspire to make the heavens rain down on me and to bring forth from within me the inner world into the outer world. I seek to create a vibrational order of music and emotion revealed through colour, line and form. — Laurie Blum
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Daddy God web site hosts a series of artwork by Steve Jameson, aka WODIN depicting Meher Baba playing with his creatures and generally appreciating his creation. Most of Wodin’s images of Meher Baba depict God’s humor; which is a revolutionary concept of God; inspired by Meher Baba Himself. Steve’s paintings of Meher Baba delight the inner child in all of us. [… More …]
Welcome to Beloved Meher Baba Art Cards. In the late 80’s a work associate had me scan an old photograph of his great-grandmother and try to restore it. It came out very well and I showed the results to a very dear and very old friend. He was amazed at what the computer could do to repair an old torn and stained photo. Not long after, he suggested that I bring Meher Baba’s image into the computer and work with it. I was terrified, but eventually built up my courage and the result is what you see on these web pages … [… More …]
After many years as a commercial artist, Charlie Mills began painting portraits of Meher Baba in 1979. Now familiar to many, these works number over 250 and are seen in the east and west. Because most of these works are in private collections, many have been made available as museum quality archival prints. [… More …]
Will David, born in San Francisco, is a full time working artist. He travels extensively, painting spiritually interpretive plein air (outdoor) landscapes and other subject matter. Some examples of his work include painted canvas renditions of The Lord’s Prayer, the Twenty-Third Psalm, 101 Names of God (Zoroaster), Universal Prayer and the Twelve Steps. In addition to his paintings based on personal subject matter, David has been comissioned to paint dreams, poems, and family and commercial settings … [… More …]
Paintings of Marla Faith. The website has a section on Meher Baba art paintings, and the Artist has exhibited her work at the Center in Myrtle Beach. For more information or customized paintings on Meher Baba you can contact the Artist through the website.
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I’ve lived in North Carolina for most of my life. My practice is in Chapel Hill, NC. To set an appointment, go to the sessions with Gabriella Tal page. I’ve also spent a lot of time in India and Israel. I love music and writing: I run music programs for seniors and music programs for children. I’ve made some CDs and tapes of my music. Some of my prose and poetry are on the Writing Page for you to look at too. Also, I am deeply inspired and guided by Meher Baba, . . . [… More …]
Tony Howell is one of England’s best-known landscape photographers, and is based in Somerset. His style is instantly recognizable – simple, uncluttered compositions and an overall sense of peace and stillness borne out of his deep love of the land. His images have been used in countless books, calendars, magazines, on BBC TV, in a Hollywood Movie, billboards, brochures, catalogs, greeting cards, posters, postcards, websites, national newspapers, fleets of vans and much more. Tony visited Meherabad and took a number of wonderful photographs on Samadhi and the Mandali, and some of them are available on his site for free download as wallpaper..
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