Artworks
Oil on wood panel
48 inches by 48 inches
2015
Oil on wood panel
48 inches by 24 inches
2014
16 x 20 oil on canvas
2015
oil on wood
48 inches by 24 inches
2015
48 x 48 oil on wood
48 inches by 48 inches
2016
#oil on canvas
72 inches by 36 inches
2013
#oil on #wood
48 inches by 48 inches
2019
#oil on #wood
48 inches by 48 inches
2019

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  • Approaching the Oracle in a Dream is an original fine art oil painting by Minneapolis artist Roger Williamson. 48 inches by 48 inches, oil on wood, 2019.  Inspiration for this painting came during a visit to Delphi, Greece in 2013.
  • The flamenco dancer manifests the spirit of Spain summoned through the spells vibrated by the power of the guitar. The magician creates and weaves his world through vibration, a fact that modern physics has now come to admit. Oil on canvas 72 inches by 36 inches, 2013
  • For the past three months, the Magus Gallery has been showing Roger Williamson's work, a collection called "Dreaming in the God Factory." Join us to celebrate these pieces and to close out the show.  Light refreshments provided.
  • An exhibition of original paintings by Minneapolis artist Roger Williamson Opening reception Saturday June 23rd, 2 pm through 4pm Roger Williamson visual  artist, resides and creates in Minneapolis Minnesota. Born in Loughborough, England, in 1947 and growing up in Coventry he was inspired from an early age by the French Symbolist school of late nineteenth century France, These artistic influences, in conjunction with his own esoteric upbringing and practical experiences of mythology and dream …
  • An exhibition of original paintings by Minneapolis artist Roger Williamson Roger Williamson visual  artist, resides and creates in Minneapolis Minnesota. Born in Loughborough, England, in 1947 and growing up in Coventry he was inspired from an early age by the French Symbolist school of late nineteenth century France, These artistic influences, in conjunction with his own esoteric upbringing and practical experiences of mythology and dream control, form the matrix, a collective oeuvre upon wh…
  • The painting illustrates a technique utilized by some practitioners of the magical tradition to ward off what is perceived as, and known by, psychic attack. In many ways, the method mirrors the use in Medieval times on churches where a grotesque image, gargoyle, was stationed on the outside of the building to ward off evil influences. In the Pyramid Texts of Ancient Egypt, found in the pyramid of Unis dating back to the fifth and sixth dynasties, Utterance 759, a protection spell, using a simi…
  • The painting illustrates a technique utilized by some practitioners of the magical tradition to ward off what is perceived as, and known by, psychic attack. In many ways, the method mirrors the use in Medieval times on churches where a grotesque image, gargoyle, was stationed on the outside of the building to ward off evil influences. In the Pyramid Texts of Ancient Egypt, found in the pyramid of Unis dating back to the fifth and sixth dynasties, Utterance 759, a protection spell, using a simi…
  • Roger Williamson updated the Artwork Hypnos
    Hypnos, first appears in mythology in the works of one of the earliest Greek poets, Hesiod (lived around 700 BC), where he as (Sleep) and Thanatos (Death) were the terrible sons of Nyx (Night). He was, however, generally viewed as benevolent to mankind. The god was frequently mentioned in literary sources, and associated with poppies and sleep-inducing herbs. Hypnos’ wings allowed him to move swiftly over land and sea, and to fan the foreheads of the weary until they fell asleep. His son was…