FMAAA September 2016, Feature Exhibit: Art and The Creative Unconscious by Marie
Works include Acrylic, Gouache, & Acrylic/Water Color paintings.Subjects include portraits and landscapes.
Art, Psyche and the Creative Unconscious
B. Marie Brady-
The exhibit and lecture presentation are from the perspective of Neo-
An aesthetic critique of the creative process is provided as a result of over a decade of study under Michael Conforti , Ph.D., the director of the Assisi Institute and Center for International Studies in Mystic, Connecticut. Dr. Conforti is a Freudian and Jungian trained analyst and teacher focusing on pattern analysis and archetypal fields as developed by Carl Jung,
The great Neo–Freudian, Carl Jung, believed the unconscious mind was the psychological wellspring of creativity, vitality, growth, and redemption with near divine significance. He believed the unconscious mind, the psyche or soul, is in fact the home of or portal to the creative and vital currents of life. The role of visionary art is to bring to consciousness that which is denied in the conscious – that speaks to the spirit and correct the imbalance.
The exhibition fills the gallery with a retrospective of Marie's artistic talents,
beginning at the age of seventeen. Early on her work mirrored the eventual dissertation
for her doctorate in arts and the psyche. Marie will give a gallery presentation
at the Lunch-
Artist Reception at FMAAA Art Center September 16th
Show sponsored by Pilot Grove Savings Bank .