Women of Visionary Art
An Interview with Rebecca Ann Hill and David Jay Brown

March 9, 2019

Interview by
Joanna Harcourt-Smith

In this week’s episode Rebecca Ann Hill and David jay Brown speak with Joanna about: bringing together women of visionary art; tapping into the witch burnings;  the rising of the feminine energy; differences between visionary art and psychedelic art; the influence of indigenous philosophies in Western visionary art; psychedelic experience and ecological awareness; variety of responses of women about the creative process; boundary dissolution in art and psychedelic work; live painting, visionary women painting in community; visionary art is a catalyst and translation from numinous dimensions. 

Rebecca Ann Hill is a visual artist, and coauthor of “Ecstatic Love, Lost Dreams, and Mystic Visions” and “Women of Visionary Art”. She is also a dancer, specializing in flow art with the “Gold Town Burlesque” troupe, as well as a skillful Tarot reader and channeler.

David Jay Brown is the author of 16 books about the evolution of consciousness, including “Dreaming Wide Awake”, “The New Science of Psychedelics”,  “Frontiers of Psychedelic Consciousness”, and “Women of Visionary Art. He holds a master’s degree in psychobiology from NYU, and conducted research for 5 years with Rupert Sheldrake into psychic phenomena. His work has appeared in Wired, Discover, and Scientific American, and he was the Senior Editor of the MAPS Bulletin for five years.


“I Can’t Sit Still”, original music by Evarusnik

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