Vedic Art is a school of art and started by Curt Källman who was educated by Gerlesborgsskolan and Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Stockholm, Sweden.
“Vedic Art does not teach how to paint - No - Vedic Art is a way to remember how to paint and how art can be created. From the very start, when we hear about the seventeen Vedic Principles of Art, we begin to remember the whole story of life, from where we come, and where we are going.
Vedic Art is a chart. Use the compass you have in your brain and find the way to the chamber of peace in your heart. Then - when you dip your brush, light space bliss! ...eternity will be pictured.
Art can open doors in heaven when you are immersed in your work of art - in yourself referral dialogue - you will find the code of how life can be lived and how to find peace. “
~ Vedic Art founder, Curt Källman~
Vedic Art is an intuitive painting method, and it allows you to connect with your inner beeing and let you express yourself on an empty canvas. You don't need any previous experience or artistic ability to benefit - the process of connecting with your creativity is stimulated by 17 principles that work on a deep subconscious level and let your inner artist come out.
The 17 principles come from the ancient Indian teachings, the Vedas. The ancient Vedic scribes from India tell us that just as a seed knows it will become a flower so do we have within all knowledge of ourselves and life itself within us. The principles are guides both in art and in life; they teach us a science of life and natural laws which exist in all of us but are not yet activated