Unique MASONIC MYSTICAL PAINTING Metaphysical PYRAMID OF LIGHT by ARI ROUSSIMOFF For Sale
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Unique MASONIC MYSTICAL PAINTING Metaphysical PYRAMID OF LIGHT by ARI ROUSSIMOFF:
Remarkable Esoteric Art by International ArtistAt MoMA The Museum of Modern Art in New York, October 2023. The artist Ari Roussimoff is speaking about his paintings via special slide presentation, explaining their relationship to his Surreal 1990 Art-Film which MoMA presented that evening and which played at the Museum for the entire week. MoMA will also be preserving the film. YOU CAN READ THE ARTIST’S BIOGRAPHY AT THE BOTTOM OF THIS AD!A Beautiful Metaphysical Artwork Presenting a Unique Symbolic Mystical Masonic Themed Painting by Internationally Acclaimed Russian-European Painter and Film Director Ari Roussimoff ”PYRAMID OF LIGHT”SYMBOLIC MASTER OF THE LODGEMANY IMPORTANT METAPHORSHIRAM ABIFF BETWEEN SHADOW AND LIGHTVISIONARY AND WISE KING SOLOMONTHE ALL SEEING EYE KNOWS THE TRUTHUNITED FOR MORALITY, SPIRITUALITY,LOVESCALES OF JUSTICE, A VITAL KEYTHE SKULL, ACKNOWLEDGING MORTALITYTIME, MOON, A DANCE OF LIFE AND LOVETHE SQUARE AND THE COMPASS”PYRAMID OF LIGHT”2016 Acrylic on Canvas 16 x 20This is a very beautiful symbolic Masonic themed composition. “PYRAMID OF LIGHT” is an original signed and dated Acrylic on Canvas 16 x 20 inch painting by Internationally acclaimed artist Ari Roussimoff. Painted in 2016, the artist conveys numerous important messages in regards to life, love and morality through a rich and imaginative interpretation of various symbols of Freemasonry. Roussimoff’s unique paintings of Masonic subjects have have earned him much praise. They have been exhibited, widely reproduced and many of these works now belong to prominent collections throughout the world. One of Roussimoff’s Masonic paintings was also reproduced as an official Postage Stamp. In the very early 2000’s, Roussimoff was one of only a tiny number of contemporary artists who created artwork dealing with Masonry. In the year 2013 he was honored with a large exhibition of his work by the Grand Lodge of New York. In addition he currently has a work on display at the Chancellor Robert R. Livingston Masonic Library and Museum of the Grand Lodge of New York. The “PYRAMID OF LIGHT will make a great addition to any collection of fine art or Masonic culture. Payment is expected within 3 days of sale close. Foreign buyers should contact us about shipping costs and conditions. Thank You”PYRAMID OF LIGHT”2016 Acrylic on Canvas 16 x 20Roussimoff Photo GalleryThe following pictures show examples of Roussimoff's Masonic themed paintings.Below are several views showing Roussimoff's three painting series "Parable of Light and Dark" as they were exhibited at the Chancellor Robert R. Livingston Masonic Library and Museum of the Grand Lodge of New York at 71 West 23rd Street, NY, NY (14th Floor)(below) Here is a small selection of photos showing Roussimoff's paintings being displayed in prestigious art galleries and museums.(below) Magazine & newspaper articles and announcements for Roussimoff exhibits in different languages(below) Roussimoff's live appearances. 1. Lecturing to university students. 2. Featured on MTV. 3. Amusing a sell-out crowd in New York's famed Disco club, The "Limelight".(below) Roussimoff dressed in a vintage coat worn by the great Russian opera star Feodor ChaliapinABOUT ARI ROUSSIMOFFAri Roussimoff, a critically acclaimed painter and film director, has been called one of the most prolific and creative artists of his generation. His paintings of Russian, Ukrainian, Jewish, symbolic and Masonic themes have earned him much acclaim and they have been shown in over 100 exhibitions worldwide. In the year 2021 the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York acquired Roussimoff's surreal art film "SHADOWS IN THE CITY" (1991) for their permanent collection and are also having the movie preserved as a part of both film and art history. Roussimoff's art exhibitions include at the Eduard Nakhamkin Fine Arts Galleries, M.L. International Gallery of Fine Arts, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, A & J Galleries, The Bucharest Museum, The Nicholas Roerich Museum, Chancellor Robert R. Livingston Masonic Library and Museum, The Peter Fingesten Gallery-Pace University, Arma Galleries, Galerie Ehmer, Stephanie Ann Roper Gallery-Frostburg State University, The Theodor Herzel Institute Art Gallery, Masonic Hall-Grand Lodge of New York, Evangelical Lutheran Church, Weintraub Gallery, Anthology Film Archives, Ingber Gallery, Caesars Atlantic City, Hudson Guild Art Gallery, Galerie Chemnitzer, Guyther Gallery, YM-YWHA, Art Gallery of the Educational Alliance, Galerie Fischer, UkraineClub Art Gallery and many others. Among the many who have lauded Ari Roussimoff's paintings were the modern art masters Marc Chagall and Oskar Kokoschka. And as a teenager, he was invited to lunch with Salvador Dali and his wife Gala. For some years now, Ari Roussimoff has also been active as a director of motion pictures. His first full-length feature film done in 1991 was the critically acclaimed surrealist horror art movie, “SHADOWS IN THE CITY”. Roussimoff won the Phantom of the Movies’ award for Best Documentary of 1999 for his incredible film, “FREAKS UNCENSORED” (directed by Roussimoff, screenplay by Vivian Forlander). Considered by critics and audiences alike as the best ever documentary about Circus Sideshow Performers, “FREAKS UNCENSORED” was listed by the esteemed Facets Movie Lovers Video Guide as one of THE 100 BEST DOCUMENTARY MOVIES OF ALL TIME! Roussimoff’s colorful life also includes creating sets for a Broadway show, costume design, performance art, hosting a three-part television music program on MTV and appearing on the stage of the Metropolitan Opera in a non-singing acting role. A colorful speaker, the artist has given many talks on his work (and still does). Roussimoff has lectured at colleges, universities, cultural institutions, and various functions in both Europe and America. He has perfectly meshed his life as a painter and as a filmmaker in a way that has not been done before. A world traveler, Roussimoff has lived and worked in Zurich, Amsterdam, New York, Los Angeles, Munich, Miami Beach and San Diego, among other places. Roussimoff works at painting all the time and considers each picture an adventure.