Lynn Creighton Focus on the Masters Artist Spotlight
Lynn Creighton believes that life is a spiritual journey and that it is this quest which allows artists to connect with the ideas they hope to express. At this stage in her voyage, bronze and clay sculptures of women are Lynn’s spiritual knowledge made manifest. The smooth contours reveal captured joy and portray women reveling in their own sexuality, the “core resource of the sacredness of life, a gift and a blessing”. Her art is reminiscent of ancient images of the Goddess, but her message is fundamentally contemporary and political. She calls women today to embrace their innate nature, to awaken to who they really are, and reveal their truth to the world as they celebrate their own life.
Reclaiming the Sacred Source Video Series
The following series of videos can also be found on Lynn’s Reclaiming The Sacred Source YouTube channel where you can subscribe to the series.
Reclaiming the Sacred Source: The Ancient Power and Wisdom of Women’s Sexuality
In this video Lynn Creighton identifies how her study of Native American transformational ceremonies freed her to identify the source of her own power and direction in life. This has informed her sculptures of women celebration their own energy. Celebration and pleasure become the life goals of peoples free to pursue the truth of their own being.
Reclaiming The Sacred Source: The Ancient Power and Wisdom of Women’s Sexuality. Part 2
Sculptor Lynn Creighton discusses her work from its genesis in Native American transformational ceremonies to its culmination in understanding the disruption to the sacredness of sexuality. She proposes that it is sexuality as a celebration of life that will return us to balance and harmony.
Reclaiming the Sacred Source: The Ancient Power and Wisdom of Women’s Sexuality. Part 3
While I prepare the next video, please consider these elements of celebration that bring JOY to life.
Reclaiming the Sacred Source: The Ancient Power and Wisdom of Women’s Sexuality. Part 4
I want to express to you the power of the purification lodge to reveal the truth of who we are and our capacity to celebrate life.
Reclaiming the Sacred Source: The Ancient Power and Wisdom of Women’s Sexuality. Part 5
As a sculptor activating clay to take shapes, my sculpture showed me that sexual excitation is as gift from the Creator for celebrating life.
Reclaiming the Sacred Source: The Ancient Power and Wisdom of Women’s Sexuality. Part 6
Sexuality as a tool for healing lights the way to living in celebration of life.
Reclaiming the Sacred Source: the Ancient Power and Wisdom of Women’s Sexuality. Part 7
Lynn Creighton continues to share the essence of her book: Reclaiming the Sacred Source: the Ancient Power and Wisdom of Women’s Sexuality. This book documents the historical moment when the power of sexuality to celebrate life was terminated and offers a pathway to recover our access to the highest rate of bodily vibration as we experience the highest level of pleasure available to us.
All videos below are available on the Bronze Females YouTube Channel
Lynn Creighton on Sacred Sexuality
Lynn Creighton talks about the purpose behind her clay and bronze sculptures, as the subject of this interview for the local TV series, Our Ventura.
Her figures are intended to dramatize a reality that embraces the sacred sexuality of feminine nature and the gift of orgasm which facilitates experiencing the profound nature of our own divinity.
She describes her work as about women learning to celebrate their own lives from a deep inner connection to the creator. From this place, women discover who they are and what they are meant to be and do in the joyful enactment of life.
Lynn Speaks About Desiree
Sacred Sexuality Triangles in Bronze Sculpture
Bronze Sculptor, Lynn Creighton, presents her sculpture, Claire, to Wiep De Vries, who purchased the artwork for her home. Lynn discusses the “litany of triangles” that are featured in this fine art.
The Power of a Large Female Butt in Bronze Sculpture
Sacred sexuality sculptor, Lynn Creighton, presents her bronze female sculpture, Orchid, to Nova Clite, who purchased the artwork for her home.
While describing the piece, Lynn speaks about her representation of the Chakra Line in the sculpture and how it relates to sexual energy moving up the body.
The artwork features a large woman’s butt and they discuss how it’s a source of female power and energy.
They also talk about the symbol of the snake in the sculpture as representative of energy moving up the body and as a symbol of a woman having a high capacity to experience her sexual energy.
The name, Orchid, is also discussed as a flower as well as its association with the female vulva and reproduction.
Sacred Feminine Sexuality with Sculptor, Lynn Creighton
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