August Issue 1999
An August Event at Soruba Samadhi Gallery
For the first time ever, local artist Rebeca Ramm is presenting her intimate prayer paintings to the public at the Soruba Samadhi Gallery located in downtown Asheville, NC.
Through Aug. 31, Ramm will be exhibiting a most profound series created through her own intimate inspirations and prayers. The sacred description, "prayer paintings", was inspired by Ramm's prayers to bring the joy felt while painting to all areas of her life. Additionally revealed through prayer, was Ramm's artistic signature, "HUDA" which is Islamic for "Light of Guidance."
This exhibit will serve two purposes: first, as a celebration of the woman saint Anandamayi Ma, who lived during the early 20th century in India yet continues to inspire people worldwide towards remembering their union with God and second as a gathering for creative and spiritually inspired people in Asheville.
Ramm also invites the public to visit her exhibit during Asheville's Aug. 6 City ArtWalk.
Soruba Samadhi is a new Spiritual Arts Gallery and Gathering Place. Look for the Egyptian Priestess/Goddess Hathor to guide your way.
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