Jalaliyyih Quinn – Artist of the Month of Núr (Light) Interview

Photograph taken by Maureen Burkhart 2006

I was introduced to Jalaliyyih’s paintings through Facebook.  I knew right away that she had somehow tapped into the beauty of the next world.  She seemed to be painting from a place most people could not reach while living.  Her images portray a spiritual playground where the souls in the spiritual world still interact with the material world and magically depicts the forces that act upon the universe we live in. I am excited to introduce you to Jalaliyyih Quinn and her artwork.  The following is Jalaliyyih’s Interview.

 

 

Creative Juices – by Tricia Hague Barrett

Creative Juices – by Tricia Hague-Barrett

Have you ever wondered where the ideas come from when you suddenly have a great idea for a painting or design, a poster, or artwork, be it a new pattern for a knitting project, or some other medium, one that you seem to be able to design yourself out of thin air?  I would like to share some of my thoughts on this topic.   Before I do however, I have a fascination with chains and prisons, and many of my works are symbolic of that.  The prison of self has always intrigued me, so I have painted these in their many forms. [Sorry, I digress]

`Abdu’l-Bahá tells us that the next world is within this world.  Let me find that quote: Read more