Fantasy and Gothic Angel Art
Gothic angel art is characterized by the use of fictional angelic characters that portray a sense of serenity
and calm along with added mysticism of an intriguing time.
This form of art is not limited to canvas paintings; it’s used extensively by professional sculptors
for designing garden statues and home décor sculptures.
Paintings and sculptures based on angel art fantasy provide a welcome and refreshing break from the hectic
and stressful lifestyle. Gothic art invites feelings of awe and represents a sophisticated sense of culture.
Such works of art are completely based on the artist’s imagination and has very little to do with actual
events that might have happened during the gothic era, starting from the early 12th century in Europe.
This work of art can have a calming affect on your mind, body and soul as it goes beyond reality to reach
into imaginary realms. It allows you to connect to your inner self, which is considered the unlimited source
of eternal energy and bliss. By just concentrating on the paintings or sculptures, you will be able to feel
and absorb the inherent energy that is present.
The artists who create angel artwork use their creativity and imagination while selecting the colors, designs,
themes and backdrops. These details help to make the work of art look real and full of life. The best paintings
and sculptures are more than just brushstrokes and colors. They are a reflection of the communication that
the artist has with the angelic powers he conceives while painting or sculpting.
The artists themselves transcend the real world and enter a fictional world of infinite possibilities. This
helps them to explore the unknown and experiment with different possibilities, which is then reflected in
their art. The effort that goes into creating such works of art naturally transforms the decorations from
mere paintings and sculptures into an eternal source of unlimited energy.
While angelic art fascinates many, gothic period adds a new dimension to these characters, which exist in
fantasy. The Catholic Church considered this kind of art pagan and over time it has developed into a subculture,
which projects angelic figures without a connection to the underlying religious beliefs. Many modern and
historic buildings use this kind of art to contrast the harsh and functional workspaces.
Many artists specialize in this form neoclassical art. Gothic angel art is so popular with modern artists
that the buyer can easily select those paintings or sculptures that appeal to his personal taste rather than
focus on historic significance alone. Anyone can explore this art form as its beauty is practical and its
importance is universal.
Doreen Virtue, Ph.D has a website where you can receive a free angel card reading. Just hold a question in
your mind for the angels while the card deck spreads out, then you will find out “What your Angels want
you to know.”
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