Contributors to Threshold Revelations

All of the work (and believe me, it is work) presented here is the property of the individual artists. All of their rights are reserved. So, no lifting without permission. Contact information can probably be found on the contributors' pages. If not, check with me to contact anyone whose work you wish to use: libramoon42@mindspring.com

Julia Still

All my works are in mixed media and traditionally executed with a pair of lucky scissors, glue and heavy books of all kinds for pressing. Any computer effects are only to correct wrinkles in paper, reflections in scanning and unforeseen "bloops". Since I am recovering from brain surgery, my eyes do not tolerate the computer for long. I consider my artwork as a tremendous gift from my imagination, my body and the Divine. It is steeped in symbols, archetypes and what treasures are to be unearthed from my unconscious. It is my language because images come to me more naturally than words. I create my images hopefully to contribute not only to my healing but to anyone who may need it, and that includes this home of ours called Earth. I pray that each and everyone's individual journey is blessed and guided by the stars and that this planet is surrounded by love and care.

"Celestial Guidance"- how else can we navigate the Universe and the Unknown but by the light of our stars.
You can see a more extensive collection of my work:


John Ptacek

My life has been enriched by the teachings of wise men and women. My essays attempt to interpret their sometimes perplexing teachings so that more may be exposed to their wisdom. They appear on my website, On Second Thought, at www.johnptacek.com

Olga Spiegel

E-mail: ospieg@aol.com


Magic-realism & the minds eye

Inspiration exists when the soul finds joy in the infinite.

Olga Spiegel, was brought up and trained in Europe, lives and established her studio in New York. Her work has evolved from the abstract and optical energy field influences of the 1960s through later study of the Old Master's technique with Ernst Fuchs, to her current unique visionary alphabet, that has lately included computer, digital paintings.

Nurtured by Psychedelic Art, European Fantastic Realism, Surrealism and Science Fiction, her art points to an inner process, a chemical visual interaction were the inner self's messages are deciphered through images and symbols taking the viewer into an edgy realm of realism and unnamable forms.

On the wings of improvisation free flowing images and color create associations to uncover a mysterious universe. Ancient icons, space-age imagery with metaphysical overtones, that reveal an evolutionary flowering, nature and its organisms populated into myriad of forms. Fine art does not always fit within a context, it is more like science searching for a cure. Hidden in a fractal dimension, a cosmic ricochet surfs into a realm incessantly reinventing itself. Journeys into fantastic dimensions, as our imagination expands so does the universe, it is the energy that fuels survival.

Her work has shown in galleries and private collections in Europe and America and has been cited in many books and publication.

Nicholas R. Morgan


Adam Pinson

It all starts with white paper madness......

Once my starting point has been established the rest is created mostly by process of elimination like a roomful of junk somewhere in my mind where I pull out objects and shapes to throw onto the paper. Once started the picture begins to draw itself depending on the evolution and juxtaposition of surrounding shapes and forms. Generally nothing is preconceived, everything is drawn right onto the original.

Each piece has probably seen a few hundred different images all of which at some point have been constructed and deconstructed gradually. I view my deconstruction very much as a progression as it shows me what I don't want, half of the time spent is breaking down the image. I could easily spend an entire night drawing shapes, lines and forms, erasing parts, redrawing and exploring different angles just to find myself destroy it all during the fuzzy battle that is morning.


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Tanja Udelhofen

I have always been imaginative and creative. During my schooldays I took part in different art projects, and later attended several art classes. Being a self-educated person I never stop to develop my skills in different genres, but mostly I create surreal and dark themed artworks. Originally from Germany, I now live in the great city of Rotterdam, Netherlands, with my partner and my stepdaughter.

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William Wright Harris

My poetry has appeared in such literary anthologies as Immortal Verse and Favourite Memories, through such online publications as Poet's Ink and Languageandculture.net, and literary magazines such as Write On!!! and Ascending Aspirations. I am a student of English Literature and Creative Writing at the University of Tennessee- Knoxville, and have been fortunate enough to study poetry in the workshop setting from Marilyn Kallet, Arthur Smith, Jessie Janeshek and Marcel Brouwers. I have also been lucky enough to receive several awards, such as the Editor’s Choice Award from Poetry.com as well as be published in three countries: England, Canada, and of course my native United States of America.

B. Lynn

if anyone would like to contact me, my email is bmtimework123@hotmail.com

Alessandro Cusimano

was born in Palermo, Italy, on July 2, 1967. He lives in Rome, where he is writer, poet, translator. Anarchist and visionary, painful and surreal, his works reflect on anxiety, crush conventions and illusions, proclaiming, with a barrage of words, that life is, by its nature, a scandal. An unconventional path, funny and desperate, populated by staring puppets and strange creatures, whose life unfolds between sarcasm and resentful emotion. Appearing recently on the international literary stage, some of his writings have been published by The Cynic Online Magazine, Decanto Magazine, The Recusant, FOLLY Magazine, Exercise Bowler, Streetcake Magazine, Bewildering Stories, Numinous Magazine, Deadman’s Tome, RED OCHRE Lit, Orion’s Child Magazine and Black Cat Poems.

Alejandro Flores-Oviedo



Poet, sometime novelist, short story writer, and essayist. Said with some tongue in cheek, but when asked about my career I tend to think of what Djuna Barnes said about herself late in life: America's best kept literary secret. One reviewer has said of my work: "Terreson's is a masculine voice that heeds the feminine, and unites these contrasting aspects into a rich, harmonizing body of experience." I can go with that, at least viewed as motive. I've always kept to a daytime job and not just for money. These years it involves honey bees and honey bee queens in the Deep South.

I can be found on Delectable Mnts Salon Chat poetry board:
http://bdelectablemnts.runboard.com/ -- "DM styles itself on the salon notion. It looks to be a gathering of free thinkers, dilettantes, amateurs (which means 'lover of the thing'), aficionados (which means 'to have an affection for the thing'), and conversationalists for whom conversation is as essential as bread and water. Ideally the board is a place where doctors of philosophy, mathematicians, poets, outlaws, technicians, experts, liberal artists, housewives, garbage collectors, and desperados can bounce ideas and experience off each other."

JoAnn Nava

"BEAUTY IN ALL THINGS" is a part of my Wildlife Sanctification Series


Jane Røken

Jane Røken grew up on a diet of Russian folk tales, the Salvation Army, and Norwegian fiddle music. She believes in angels, moomintrolls, and rocks that chant in thunderstorms. She lives in Denmark, on the boggy interface between hedgerows and barley fields, and likes to think of herself as an internationalist.

Thomas W. Bossert

The painter Thomas W. Bossert from Germany clearly has been influenced by the great surrealists, Dali, Magritte, and also H.R. Giger. In his acrylic paintings he combines organic elements, forms from the microcosm or mandalas with human figures, and thus symbolizes how tightly intertwined the human existence is with its external world.

Many images are born out of playing with symbols, colours, lines, and structures.

My homepage:

Lorna Smithers

comes from Penwortham, nr Preston, Lancashire. She completed a BA in Philosophy and English in 2004 and an MA in European philosophy 2005. Since then she has worked with horses as a riding instructor and groom and is currently working as a cleaner whilst hoping to a establish a writing career.

In the quartet which this pair of poems are from, ‘Reminiscences of Elementals,’ she connects with places in Lancashire by working with spirits of the elements to evoke visions of it’s industrial past.

"Each piece confronts the issue of the loss of industry and the groundlessness of contemporary society. I see this as relevant to the topic as the poems take the form of revelations upon a threshold where the divide between the material / imaginative and present / past breaks down to bring about the visionary experience set into words on the page."

My e-mail address: lornasmithers@tiscali.co.uk

Laurie Corzett/libramoon

seeking outlet for those crazy thoughtstreams, is always moving into new (or resurrected) projects, including Emerging Visions visionary art 'zine: http://emergingvisions.blogspot.com; Seers and Seekers Yahoo Group: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/seerseeker/; The Healing Dance Network Yahoo Group: http://health.groups.yahoo.com/group/healingdance/; Visionary Arts and Minds Tribe; theme-based chapbooks of her writings; an experimental metafiction, working title: Something Sacred http://caelastory.blogspot.com/; a (envisioned as) graphic novel (anyone want to do the graphics?), Acts of Desolation: http://caelastory.blogspot.com/2009_03_01_archive.html; as well as her Utopian Flash Fiction Project -- series of flash fiction pieces around a federation of diverse villages each working out their methods of community life -- little dramatic impacts illustrating creative solutions to social problems: http://tribes.tribe.net/uff.

check out my book, Words from the Sky: http://www.lulu.com/libramoon;
then, there's lunar ramblings:

feel free to email me to discuss visions and art: libramoon42@mindspring.com

Jorge Myztico Campo

Myztico was born in Cuba and raised in the Times Square District of NYC. He is a self taught artist, muralist, musician, filmmaker and writer. His works have been collected by the Museum of Native Americans in Washington, D.C and held in private collections internationally. His work was recently showcased in TheVisionary Revue

He has showcased his work throughout the USA. His work can be seen and heard at: http://myztico.mosaicglobe.com/
email address: myztico13@yahoo.com

Freedom is the only proven path to prosperity. Sanity is the only proven path to freedom.
Courage is the only proven path to sanity. Knowledge of Self is the only proven path to courage.

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David Michael Joseph

I'm a Filmmaker, poet/short story author and screenwriter from New Jersey but living in Los Angeles.

Brigitte Cinq-Mars

"The Light at The End of The Tunnel" is one of my nail polish–on–canvas paintings.

Michael Hopkins


Robert J Donaghey


Jolanta Gora-Wita

is a Polish-born media artist and independent curator living and working in New York City since 1986. In September 2002, work by Gora-Wita was added to the Permanent Collection of the Library of Congress in Washington D.C.. She has been featured in group shows at museums, galleries and cultural centers in Europe and the US, including the State Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; Chelsea Art Museum, NYC, NY; L'Universita di Roma La Sapienza, Rome, Italy; Kulturverein Schloss Goldegg, Goldegg, Austria; Kunstwerk Project, Galerie Hofmeisterhaus, Fotogalerie LichtSchatten, Siemens Nixdorf Gallery in Munich, Germany; Whipple Gallery at Southwest State University in Marshall, Minnesota; and Museum of New Art, Detroit. She was presented in Japan at Index Gallery, Osaka and Casa Gallery, Tokyo. In New York City, Gora-Wita has shown at D.U.M.B.O. Mastel + Mastel Gallery; Monique Goldstrom; Eighth Floor Gallery; Trans Hudson; 450 Broadway and more. (...) She was also featured artist in a group exhibition at the Consulate General of the Republic of Poland.

Combining the roles of artist, art activist, and curator, Gora-Wita has organized numerous Global New Media exhibitions including “Unauthorized Access “ at Hermitage Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; "The Sonic Self" at Chelsea Art Museum; "TLON" and "Mission to Mars" at Eighth Floor Gallery; "Sonic Identity" at 450 Broadway; and "Binary Code" at Trans Hudson Gallery.
These audio-visual-driven, ambient events have extended her work in the domain of sound art; Gora-Wita wrote as Sound/Media Art Editor for NY Arts Magazine 2002-2006.

Fascinated with electronic culture and its implications, Gora-Wita uses emergent technology to explore ancient concerns about the limits of the possible, the efficacy of communication, and human interactions in the modern culture.

"I want to share with you from bottom of my heart my creativity to express this moment and my support to the OWS movement."


"When the power of love overcomes the love of power, the world will know peace” - J. Hendrix

Adan Del Bosque

I hope you enjoy my visionary art.

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