Germán Molina is a Colombian artist born in Bogotá. He studied graphic design at the Universidad de Bogotá Jorge Tadeo Lozano and has worked in various advertising agencies, including Atenas BBDO, XPO Interactive, AD Vision Colombia, and Redrock Interactive. He has more than 20 years of experience in art direction, advertising design, illustration, layout, and photography.

His passion for art was born as a result of his work as a graphic designer and art director. It was an unconscious formation that manifested as a personal and alternative vision to his work.

He decided to take a step forward with his artistic projects and hold an exhibition with the works he had been silently working on for over 10 years. As a result of this exhibition, he decided to continue on the artistic path and share it with as many people as possible on his social networks, as well as organize periodic exhibitions in his hometown, Bogotá.

German Molina Art, Arte Visionario Contemporáneo y Psicodélico

"We don't make mistakes, just happy little accidents."

German Molina Art, Arte Visionario Contemporáneo y Psicodélico

Visionary art is described as artwork guided by the imagination and personal inspiration of the artist in spiritual, mystical, or other metaphysical realms. These works often have a surreal, abstract, and fantastical quality, with vivid colors and intricate details. The goal of visionary art is to inspire an emotional, psychological, or spiritual journey, and often reflects the inner journey of the artist.

The term “visionary art” was first used in the late 18th century by American poet and essayist William Blake to describe artwork inspired by visions, dreams, and other mystical experiences. Since then, it has been used to refer to a wide range of artwork inspired by the artist’s internal visions.

Visionary art is often associated with the psychedelic art movement of the 1960s, which was inspired by the use of psychedelic drugs such as LSD and other hallucinogens. This art movement sought to explore the boundaries between reality and imagination and give expression to internal visions, dreams, and spiritual experiences.

The artist’s creative process is a key part of visionary art. Many visionary artists use meditation, altered states of consciousness, and/or other spiritual practices to access their creative source.

The artist’s mission is to make the soul perceptible. Our scientific and materialistic culture trains us to develop the eyes of external perception. Visionary art fosters the development of our inner vision. To find the visionary realm, we use the intuitive inner eye: the eye of contemplation; the eye of the soul. All the inspiring ideas we have as artists originate here.

Espiral Quimbaya German Molina Art
obertura hit the lights
Claridad, Clarity German Molina Art
Ancestros visionarios German Molina Art