Threepart Exhibition

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A THREEPART EXHIBITION

This Exhibition is intended to celebrate the 2011 -theme -for -the -year of The Anthroposophical Society, which is CHRISTIAN ROSENKREUTZ. The beginning is Michaelmas Saturday and Sunday 24 & 25 / 9 / 2011.The study of the 7 steps of Rosicrucian Initiation, the western esoteric path (from Rudolf Steiner’s Munich Conference lectures), in conjunction with the FAIRY TALE THEME and that of METAMORPHOSIS will be viewed in this presentation of illustrative art. The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz , (Valentine Andreae), and ‘The Night Peacock Eyes’ a hexameter (Katherine Rudolph), are illustrated by Katherine Rudolph.

‘The Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily’, J.W.Goethe (as illustrated by Hermann Linde) is included in a large tableau, with its synthesis from Rudolf Steiner’s ‘The Portal of Initiation’.

Two lectures about the above motifs and their significance will be presented at The Christian Community. Contact Katherine Rudolph, 0413 770 020 for details on visiting the exhibition.

 

A MICHEALMAS CELEBRATION

ART in Colour Illustrations

A Threepart Exhibition

Katherine Rudolph

 

Venue : The Christian Community

319 Auburn Road

Hawthorn, Victoria, AU

Time : Sat., 3pm ‘Opening’ 24 / 9 / 2011 to Mon., 3pm

‘Closing’ 31 / 12 / 2011

Sunday, 12:00 pm, ‘Opening’ for The Christian Community

Sunday 9 October, Lecture : 3pm Christian Rosenkreutz

Sunday 23 October, Lecture : 3pm ‘The Night Peacock Eyes’

Hexameter.

The Chymical Wedding of Christian Rosenkreutz, Valentine

Andreae

7 Framed Illustrations of Moments in the 7 Chapters

1 Quotations pertaining to the Illustrations

Illustrated by Katherine Rudolph

 

‘The Night Peacock Eyes’, Katherine Rudolph

A Story of in Hexameter about a Natural Metamorphosis

9 Illustrations by Katherine Rudolph

 

‘The Green Snake and the Beautiful Lily’, J. W. Goethe ( Not for

sale)

1 large framed sequence of Illustrations from Hermann Linde’s IMAGINATION

A sythethic connection to Rudolf Steiner’s ‘The Portal of

Initiation’