First Book of Aethericism

First Book of Aethericism

This is Degard’s earliest source to describe her Art and her thinking. Degard realised that new terminology in the psychic/occult sphere was needed to describe the huge genre which was emerging. A seminal work which sits in the Warburg Institute and The London College of Psychic Studies. This beautifully made book is a rare collectors item.

Second Book of Aethericism

Celebrities and Icons? Second Book of Aethericism

Celebrities and Icons? celebrates and considers the complex world of who is and who isn’t a celebrity and when do the celebrities become icons. The collection of works started with the question, if I could ‘see’ the celebrities auras could I understand what successful energies would be like? Are there any common threads which get certain people into the limelight – is this actually a desirable process, are their pitfalls? Degard discovered there are secrets to celebrities, sport-people and politicians hidden in their energies. Read on to discover for yourself.

Book of the dark

Book Of The Dark

Degard sees auric energy more clearly and vibrantly in the dark. This is a well-documented occurrence amongst seers. Degard asked other people how they respond to the dark and how the dark is perceived in society and art. This book culminated in her painting series The Dark Series which has shown at The Royal Colllege of Art London and Gallery Sarah in Oman.

Quintessence of Consciousness

Quintessence of Consciousness

Quintessence of Consciousness defines what contemporary visionary art is today. With a superb essay by MOLLY MARTINEZ HACKNEY called LAUNCH OF NEW GENRE IN ART this seminal work is a must have to understand the new genre.

Contemporary Visionary is an international group of artists, academics, writers and scientists, founded in London in 2019.They combine the thinking and research of contemporary art and the socio-political climate alongside their visionary experiences: shamanic, psychic, transcendental, occult, esoteric and religious. They critique the culturally dominant thinking in science, politics and consumer culture.