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Contemporary art leaves gallery walls

and becomes a beautiful fashion statement


Wonderful opportunities to obtain fashion statements

of high artistic quality

Chicago Fashion Week

Water Tower Place, 3rd floor, 835 N. Michigan Ave., Chicago, IL 60611

Friday, April 28, 5 to 9 PM

Saturday, April 29, 11 to 7 PM

Sunday, April 30, noon to 6 PM

SLA Art Space

307 W. 30th Street

New York, NY 10001

Saturday, May 6, reception, 4 to 8 PM

Saturday, May 6, fashion show, 5:30 PM

Lithuanian National Library of Medicine

Kastonu g. 7, Vilnius, Lithuania, LT 01107

June 20, my talk about the Voynich manuscript, 17:30

June 20, fashion show, 19:00

         Art of quality affects the viewer emotionally, psychologically and intellectually. When such pieces can also be experienced through softness, warmth, touch--then they become magical. My medium is silk. My latest series is Spellbound in Silk.


         Besides beauty and depth, my art also incorporates the understanding that we live in a divine, purposeful world. Existence is permeated with a sense of belonging.


          For over thirty years I have been both a professional artist and a neurologist-neuroscientist. I have been artistically exploring the origins of thinking, of consciousness. How is it that we are aware of ourselves, of others? How is it that social interactions, culture, and civilizations arise? Basically, what is it that makes us human?

          These silk works of art, just as my previous pieces, have multiple overlapping, interweaving layers of content, meaning and visual elements. Complexity of their design matches the complexity of our own thought processes.

          In addition, I have been researching the Voynich manuscript, written in the early 15th century in northern Italy. This beautifully written text has never been deciphered, even by the most gifted cryptographers. I made significant progress in understanding this enigmatic book. A full explanation is in my YouTube video "Voynich Manuscript Explained". Briefly, this is a medical manual for healing women's illnesses, through herbal bathing rituals which include magical chanting. It was written in a convent and was inspired by the work of Hildegard von Bingen. Two of my recent silk scarves are based on this manuscript and truly deserve the term Spellbound.


          With these scarves I am taking art off gallery and museum walls and making it available to use and enjoy. There is no better way to experience spellbinding art than by handling it, placing it next to your face, feeling it's softness and warmth. The artistic content of each scarf blends with your own inner being.

          These are large-scale, 100% pure silk scarves, 140 x 140 cm (55 x 55 in). The mulberry silk used is of the highest quality with twill weaving. The printing techniques are state of the art. All materials used in the production process are environmentally friendly, non-toxic with OEKO-TEX STANDARD 100 certification. STANDARD 100 is the strictest environmental certification in the world. These scarves are heavy, durable and warm.

           More information about Spellbound in Silk can be found by clicking HERE.

These stunning fashion statements are an excellent way to cope with the cold weather. They are large, warm and durable.


These silk scarves are also impressive gifts.


Free shipping and handling on orders of 2 or more scarves

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