The University of Science & Philosophy is pleased to announce that four sculptures and six scientific paintings of Walter Russell are on display at the American Visionary Art Museum in Baltimore, Maryland. The exhibit, titled Saint Francis To Finister, will be on display from October of 2014 to September of 2015. The specific sculptures displayed are of Mark Twain, President Franklin D. Roosevelt,Thomas Edison and The Four Freedoms. The American Visionary Art Museum specifically exhibits works by artists who have never had formal, schooled training in art.
The following except is from “True Visions by Rebecca Alban Hoffberger, founder of the American Visionary Art Museum. The ancients-the Greeks, Egyptians, Hopis and New Guinea tribsman-were among earth’s most prolific art-making peoples. Yet, none had any word for”art” in their respective languages. Rather, they each had a word that meant “well-made” or “beautifully performed.” Our AVAM believes that this view of what art really means is as perfect an understanding of art as ever was. It speaks to an art incumbent upon all its citizens, pervasive throughout all the acts of our daily life. Its emphasis is on process and consciousness, not mere artifact.
Walter Russell fits this description, as he had no formal training as a sculptor; yet created many of the greatest portrait sculptures of “great minded” people of the 19th and 20th centuries. Also, displayed in this exhibit is a visionary sculpture by the well known movie actor, Terrence Howard. Mr Howard is a deep student of the Russells’ illumined teachings. He was inspired to create a “three dimensional” sculpture of the 1926, copyrighted elemental chart, as given to the world by Walter Russell. He also created his vision of the creation of electricity and magnetism from the ONE LIGHT. We would like to share a few of pictures of Russell’s works on display. Also, there are pictures of the University of Science & Philosophy President, Michael Hudak, with both Terrence Howard and Dale Pond. Mr Pond is a natural scientist who founded The Pond Science Institute in La Junta, Colorado, dedicated to the study and application of Sympathetic Vibratory Physics.