December 13th, 2009 by Leo Plaw

Temple of Visions Gallery – Womb of Creation

Temple of Visions - Womb of Creation exhibition

Temple of Visions - Womb of Creation exhibition

Jan. 9th 2010, Temple of Visions arrives onto the Los Angeles art scene with a new 2500 sq. ft. gallery and sacred space. Helmed by downtown resident & art scene regular Jimmy Bleyer, Temple of Visions seeks to bridge International visionary culture with the Los Angeles art world. This is the next step in the evolution of this project which started providing a platform for Visionary art in L.A.

The gallery of contemporary spiritual art will feature two permanent installations. In the main gallery, Dreaming Co:nexus, a collaborative group from the Pacific Northwest, will build a luscious and natural Earth Temple. Progressing through the gallery, you will find the Galactic Temple performance space, created by San Francisco artist Xavi. Additionally, the gallery contains a guest curator’s salon, retail and print store, a raw food bar, and a 500 sq ft malleable space for special events, live art, etc.

The Earth Temple will host the opening group show, ‘Womb of Creation’. Participating luminary artists from around the world including: Martina Hoffmann, Robert Venosa, Mars-1, Oliver Vernon, HR Giger, Mark Henson, Amanda Sage, Adam Scott Miller, Carey Thompson, Satoshi Sakamoto, Leo Plaw, David Heskin, Aloria Weaver, Raul Casillas, Autumn Skye Morrison & many more. Temple of Visions intends to lead the charge into Los Angeles with this exciting cross section of a global movement that has been tragically underrepresented. It’s mission is to raise awareness of this positive, revealing, transformative art.

In addition, well regarded digital visionary Android Jones contributes with a guest curated digital salon and large scale outdoor projections. Local favorite Shrine will team up with powerhouse painter Amanda Sage for a mural in the back gallery.

The Gallery seeks to create a spectacular environment that will bring people together in admiration of art, and in transformation of self and community. In addition to quarterly epics, the Temple will feature a monthly music & visionary culture party, a ’boutique concert series’, and several consciousness raising classes, workshops, and lectures.

The opening night will be a huge celebration, with neighbors & friends The Hive Gallery & Studios opening on the same night. A single ticket gets you in both explosive shows. Together, the galleries seek to make the 700 block of Spring Street a must-visit destination for art loving Angelinos and visitors alike. For more information on the Hive, visit

Temple of Visions Gallery – Womb of Creation

January 9, 2010 from 8:00pm-1:00am
$15.00 includes entry to The Hive Gallery

Temple of Visions
719 South Spring Street
Los Angeles, CA 90014

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