THE CONTEMPORARY SYMBOLIST PAINTINGS OF

Kimberly Webber

The ancient Egyptians dedicated special temples to the sacred art of dreaming. Today, the world shamans and elders encourage humanity to dream the world that we want to see emerge; to dream into reality healing, balance and peace. Taos artist Kimberly Webber’s paintings are meditations on the sacred vision of dreams, the mystery, power and magic of the natural world and the realms of the archetypes who reside in our collective consciousness. Kimberly Webber’s paintings are exhibited and collected internationally.

CURRENT EXHIBITIONS

Featured Paintings

Events

Amma Sri Karunamayi I 24" x 24" rice paper, earth pigments, 23kt gold, encaustic, oil on panel

RIGHTS FOR EARTH; ART, INDIGENOUS WISDOM, LAW ENDING CLIMATE DESTRUCTION

UNITED NATIONS COMMITTEE ON THE STATUS OF WOMEN, MARCH 18TH, 2022, 6 PM ET Remembering and recognizing our planet’s inherent rights as a highly intelligent, living being and protecting those rights through international law that makes ecocide a crime. Pathways to Peace invites you to Join Contemporary Symbolist Painter Kimberly Webber as she hosts Tribal Elders and Youth for this global live event. Visit https://ngocsw.configio.com/pd/6/ and register to attend the live event.

Priestess of Light Oracle Deck

The “Priestess of Light” Oracle Deck and Book by Hay House Publishers officially released on April 6th, 2021 and is now in its second printing. The print quality is stunning and people seem to really enjoy the synchronicities and guidance of the deck. If you would like to order online visit the store section on this website to purchase directly from the Taos gallery or visit amazon.combarnesandnoble.com, bookshop.org


Artist Kimberly Webber Presents Painting to Pope Francis

Vatican City, February 2019, Kimberly Webber presentation of “Pia Mater” to Pope Francis at the Vatican. “Pia Mater” (Tender Mother) is a painting of the Divine Mother. The painting is intended to support the extraordinary work of Pope Francis and re-introduce the Divine Mother into Rome. For more info or for Museum Edition prints of “Pia Mater”, phone Untitled Fine Art, 575-758-3969, www.untitledfineartgallery.com