August 24, 2017

paintings and art work on meher baba from western countries

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Paintings by Gregg Rosen

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 [… More …]

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Paintings by Laurie Blum

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 [… More …]

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Daddy God by Wodin

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 [… More …]

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Meher Baba Cards by Cherie Plumlee

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 [… More …]

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Mills Studio

The paintings of Meher Baba by Charlie Mills are familiar to many, seen in India at Meherazad, Meherabad, Poona, New Delhi, and in the west at the Meher Spiritual Center in Myrtle Beach, South Carolina. [… More …]

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Will David’s Art

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 [… More …]

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Paintings of Marla Faith

Paintings of Marla Faith. The website has a small section of Baba art, and the Artist has exhibited her work at the Center in Myrtle Beach this summer, and for the past two years [… More …]

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India Paint Brush by Joe DiSabatino

Joe DiSabatino paints impressionist and abstract landscapes of the Meher Spiritual Center in Myrtle Beach, and Meherabad, Meherazad, India. Working with oils and acrylics, he uses subtle color harmonies to try to capture “the envelope [… More …]