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My art...The Power of our natural world.

Started by Mike Erickson. Last reply by Walter Alan Mandell May 31, 2012. 1 Reply

Monte Fitz Roy, Patagonia....Continue

Graphic arts

Started by World Pantheism. Last reply by Walter Alan Mandell May 31, 2012. 5 Replies

Share here your own graphic (or 3D) work of a pantheistic nature.


Started by World Pantheism. Last reply by Walter Alan Mandell Dec 13, 2011. 28 Replies

Photography can be not only a way of closely observing, recording and honoring reality, but also a spiritual practice. Tell us what photography means to you, what turns you on, and how you do it.

Pantheism in Fine Art

Started by ann p larson. Last reply by myzenlife Dec 13, 2011. 10 Replies

This image is from a series I painted with the intent of showing all life as sacred. This series of 4 is of the Elements as martyrs - Earth (mountain top removal strip mining), Air (air pollution),…Continue

Tags: hen, tomatoes, honeybees, art, paintings

Pantheist Thangka

Started by Hartmut Friedrichs. Last reply by Hartmut Friedrichs Jan 10, 2010. 5 Replies

Inspired among others by which gives a nice…Continue

Tags: inkscape, symbol, pantheist, thangka, graphics

Can we define Beauty and is it always subjective?

Started by World Pantheism. Last reply by Walter Alan Mandell Oct 29, 2009. 3 Replies

[Suggested by Real Eguchi]One of the reasons we feel reverence towards Nature and the wider Universe is their beauty, on which almost everyone on the planet agrees.Is that beauty a quality that…Continue

The Nature of Glass

Started by Walter Alan Mandell. Last reply by Hartmut Friedrichs Sep 3, 2009. 1 Reply

As an on and off amateur glass artist, I have been fascinated with the art of Dale Chihuly and his team of skilled glass artists. Last year and this spring there was a Chihuly installation at the…Continue

Tags: Botanical, Garden, Pantheism, Desert, Art

Interdisciplinary Implications

Started by Caroline Redmond. Last reply by Hartmut Friedrichs Jun 30, 2009. 5 Replies

It is clear that most naturalistic pantheists have high respect and reverence for science and scientific inquiry. Science is our trusted method of learning about the world, of encountering its many…Continue

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Comment by TK on May 20, 2014 at 12:14pm

Bonneville Salt Flats, Utah

Comment by Walter Alan Mandell on April 30, 2011 at 8:50pm

"Cave of Forgotten Dreams" is Werner Herzog's 3 D movie of the oldest cave paintings. Could it be called Pantheist art?

Read about it at

Comment by christine giglio on March 27, 2011 at 6:37am

This is Seirra. She is a wolf hybrid that lives at the Howling Woods Farm in Jackson NJ.  If any of my fellow photographers are in this area, you can contact the farm and arrange a visit. They are wonderful creatures. Tame and great subjects.


Comment by Walter Alan Mandell on February 22, 2011 at 6:07pm

After the ice storm. or "Lucy in the Sky With Diamonds".

Comment by David Cale on February 3, 2011 at 8:33am


I have hundreds of photos there as well as on my website.

Images Of The Journey Photography

Comment by Joan Denoo on February 2, 2011 at 11:20pm
David, your photography touches so many feelings, it is amazing what you can do with a camera.  Do you publish in Facebook?
Comment by David Cale on February 2, 2011 at 10:08pm

Our senses are so limited. This shot was taken at 1/8000th of a second. To my eye this was a solid stream of water from fountain. Look at the way the polar water molecules produce the surface tension that holds each drop together and produces incredible beauty.

(c)David Cale

Comment by David Cale on February 2, 2011 at 10:02pm
I took this photo just after dawn near the town of Pokara in Nepal. Just think of these as the Slowwwww Tsunamiis of rock made as the Indian Subcontinent crashes into the main continent.

It is both so creative and destructive, almost godlike but driven not by malice, or some weird notion of wanting to be praised. It ends up being so awesome you have to keep reminding yourself in the the words of a Japanese poet

"A mountain is just a mountain... not a comment on me."

Comment by christine giglio on October 10, 2010 at 3:22pm

This little guy wasn't shy at all. He was sitting in a bush at the Jersey Shore, Manasquan to be exact.
Comment by Tor Myrvang on October 6, 2010 at 1:14am

The following painting is suggestive of Pantheism in its embryonic form:


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