Gerrit Dou, Astronomer by Candlelight, 1650's, The J. Paul Getty Museum
Joseph Ducreux, Le Discret, c.1790, Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas
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Johannes Vermeer, The Music Lesson, c. 1662, Royal Collection, St. James's Palace, London
Leonard da Vinci, Madonna of the Rocks, National Gallery, London
Project AWE (Aesthetics of Western Esotericism)
is a non-profit 501(c)(3) organization on a mission to provide new dimensions to understanding & experiencing cultural icons of Western European heritage.
Join us in search of new and inspiring evidence demonstrating esoteric ideas across time in the arts from Leonardo Da Vinci to Mozart.
We engage via various media including:
public lectures, workshops, conferences, tours, TV series, translation work, publications, art exhibitions, recitals, & performances.
project AWE offers Invisible Museum Tours an art journey to museums led by artists, scholars, & experts in the fields of Art, History, & Esotericism creating unforgettable experiences that change the way we look and interact with art.
project AWE promotes creativity in visual, literary, and music arts. Programs and collaborations are supported by grants including The Jewish Federation of Greater Los Angeles, Genesis Philanthropy Group & The Jewish Agency for Israel.
project AWE launched the Young Artist Program (Y.A.P.) to create a support system for young talent & to raise scholarship funds helping the students transition to Art College – making it possible for their dreams to become a career.
Please donate: Your gift is 100% tax deductible.
In memory of Leonid Matsikh & Dame Frances A. Yates