The Energy Spectrum 2011 — Meridian, MS, USA
The exhibition showed the breadth of what energy art is able to express, as a “spectrum” of concepts and their depictions, analogously to the scientific idea of the electromagnetic spectrum. A wide range of styles, techniques, and mediums have been presented at the exhibition.
Energy Art Salon 2011 — Russia
View artworks and photos from our latest exhibition in Russia. »
Energy Art Salon Competition 2011 — Results Announcement
The Energy Art Movement hereby announces the results of our second annual competition, and the first with public voting on Facebook. These artworks qualify for exhibition at the Energy Art Salon 2011. Results »
About the Movement
Energy may be indefinable but it is a universal concept. Some feel energy as a connection with another human being; some perceive it as the brightness or the heat of the sun on an astounding day. Others label energy as a destructive force while still others see it as the genesis of life. We all have an innate sense of the impact of energy.
Energy Art is the depiction of energy using color, form, and composition to create inventive and expressive works of art that resonate with impact and feeling. These are those works that pulsate with a mysterious force, whether it is a force beyond us or part of our own elemental humanity.
The Energy Art Movement was launched in May of 2008 by a group of artists collectively interested in raising the standards of artistic expression. They believe that visual dynamism – “Energy Art” – is a natural evolution of art trends that preceded it, particularly those trends which reflect the complexity of civilization. As technology and science hurtle us forward, the Energy Art Movement holds that art should do more than reflect our surroundings: it should aspire to capture the energetic essence of life.
Energizing Radiance 2010 — Memphis
View artworks and photos from our exhibition in Memphis, USA. »
We Are Connected Project
Green Energy Project
Interview about the Movement
Interview with Member Helene Kippert