THE ART SECTION
of the
School of Spiritual Science

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Welcome to Anthroposophical Art

The Art Section and the Anthroposophical Art Association are working together to promote their unique approach to arts, crafts and all things creative.

Bettina Müller
Bettina Müller

Painting

Working with colour, its moods, the inner light that shines forth, is at the very heart of our paintings. Some of our artists work purely with an abstraction of form, trying to convey inner soul moods, or their perceptions of nature, the stars and the planets through layers of colour, others work more figuratively, representing sometimes deeper mysteries through a symbolic representation of the world around.

"Colour shows itself dynamically as an in- and out-breathing ‘being’. Relationships arise in connection with the happenings in the course of the year, with the plants’ growing, fading, producing fruit, and the movements of the sun and moon. The archetypal image of the colour circle is always present as a formative principle in natural processes, although often more or less veiled or modified."
Bettina Muller, 2017

Meet our Artists

Painters, sculptors, Architects and more!

Trainings

There are several trainings in the UK and more on the continent..

Art Therapies

Learn about the power of artistic therapies to restore a healthy soul life.
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Architecture

Architects were left a wonderful legacy in the buildings in and around the Goetheanum, in Dornach, Switzerland designed largely by Rudolf Steiner and housing the centre of our world organisation. Over one hundred years of architectural development has since taken place by architects around the globe.

Our work tends to be organic, and listens carefully to the qualities of place into which the building is to be brought. At the same time it is expressive, and through the rhythms of space, of light and of substance living surfaces are formed.

Don Ratcliffe

Sculpture

If painting lives in the realm of colour, then sculpture lives in form. Held between expansion and contraction, every form pushes out from within or receives from without. Through these opposites dynamic rhythms come into being, and we use these to bring to expression the inner nature of the materials, and the outer ideas that we wish to bring to them.

Architecture

Anthroposophical Architecture.

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