The Vision Train

The Vision Train

3D exhibitions

  • The Vision Train

    Mushroom Magic Exhibition 2020

    29 Aug 2020 – 02 Feb 2021

    Like an iceberg, a visible mushroom—the flower or fruit of a fungus—is only a fraction of the organism whose roots, called mycelium, range great distances underground. Not only do these delicate white filaments break down stone, bone, timber and plant matter into soil, they create a communication and distribution network that carries essential information and nutrients to and from surrounding trees and vegetation. World renowned mycologist, Paul Stamets, declares mycelium “earth’s natural internet” and a ”gateway species,” that “opens the door for other biological communities.” What better metaphor, then, for a community of artists tethered to one another through the world wide web, paint, brushes, canvas, and a shared devotion to transmitting the nutrients of creativity, cooperation and love of people and planet, across the globe, than mushrooms? Scientists estimate there may be as many as 3.8 million species of fungi on earth. Among their remarkable qualities are the ability to grow in the dark, facilitate beneficial changes in physical and mental states, and produce powerful antivirals, non-toxic insecticides, and fuel. Uncanny alchemists, mushrooms are also capable of cleaning water and—astonishingly—converting petroleum waste into life-sustaining carbohydrates. As diverse as fungi in locale and style, the visionary artists in this exhibition create from a common ground of conscious dreams and intentions to extract insight, beauty, and hope from the darkness of current events to be reconstituted as unique works of art, which act as spores, seeding new possibilities for healing body, mind and soul. Visionary art’s power lies in the use of the imagination, the invisible but potent gateway thru which all ideas— simple solutions and great innovations—enter the material realm. The goal of this exhibition, therefore, is to awaken awareness of the marvelous resources of diversity, community, conscious creativity, and intelligent application of our natural resources for positive change. We invite viewers and artists of all ability levels to cultivate, through the genius of every individual’s imagination, a more coherent, soulful and sustainable vision of future.

  • The Vision Train

    A Tribute to Frida Kahlo: A Vision Train Exhibition

    08 Jul 2021 – 08 Sep 2022

    Our Beloved Frida would have been celebrating her 114th Birthday this year on July 6th. In her honor, we celebrate an artist that was ahead of her time by hosting a group exhibition of inspired works of Frida. She was known for her many portraits, self-portraits, and paintings inspired by nature and the culture of Mexico.

    exhibiting artists

    latest works

    • Olivia Jane Art

      Free-Da-Nipple, 2018
      14 x 11 inch (h x w)
      USD 50
    • ZENITH

      Frida in Light
      12 x 9 inch (h x w)
      Graphite/ Charcoal
      USD 300
    • Tamar Atik

      18 x 24 inch (h x w)
      USD 600
    • Tacila Futura

      The universes of Frida
      16 x 12 inch (h x w)

      Queen Frida
      18 x 18 inch (h x w)
      Acrylic on canvas
      USD 1111
    • Sharon McLeod

      Frida my Love
      9 x 12 inch (h x w)
      Watercolour, Inks
      USD 400
    • Shara Osgood

      Quiet Strength
      12 x 9 inch (h x w)
      USD 163
    • Sarah Rezette

      Hasta la vida
      20 x 15 inch (h x w)
    • Sannie Cuddihy

      20 x 16 inch (h x w)
      € 1800
    • Samael Indigo

      The Wounded Deer
      11 x 14 inch (h x w)
      Fluorescent Acrylic Paint
      USD 444
    • Rachel Gonzalez

      14 x 11 inch (h x w)
    • Rita Földessy

      The always loving Frida
      20.7 x 15.5 inch (h x w)
      The always loving Frida
    • Paula Love

      I’m Frida, I’m enough
      14 x 11 inch (h x w)
      USD 333
    • Olga Zhminko

      Frida. Rebirth
      16 x 12 inch (h x w)
      Oil on canvas
      USD 470
    • Molly Chopin

      Frida From The Stars
      14 x 11 inch (h x w)
      Acrylic On Canvas Panel
      USD 400
    • Miles Seiden

      30 x 24 inch (h x w)
      Digital Illustration
    • Miktlan Kouatl

      Eyi Teskatl - Three Mirrors
      39.3 x 39.3 inch (h x w)
      USD 4000
    • Serenity Meg Cocho

      Frida, 2021
      24 x 16 inch (h x w)
      USD 400
    • Maeleigh Frost

      We’re all FREE, duh!
      14 x 11 inch (h x w)
      Fluid Acrylic/Mischetechnik
    • Lainey Star

      The Dreamweaver Frida
      20 x 16 inch (h x w)
      The Dreamweaver Frida Digital and traditional
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