Below you’ll find a growing collection of contemporary artists and figures of note–an antidote to the perception that everything current is decadent.
They contain a high standard of artistic technique and convey the spirit of various European ethno-cultures. This is the civilization and peoples I am part of, love, honor, and defend in this current time of crisis.
The following individuals are not associated with The Great Order project, I simply like and want to share them.
Contemporary Russian painter.
Title of the above: Ivan Kupala Fortunetelling for Wreaths
Title of the above: New Albion
Title of the above: Yule Divination
Contemporary Russian painter creating scenes of a lost Vedic Slavic past.
Not to be confused with the Soviet writer of the same name.
Title of above: The Night Before the Kupala Holiday
Ancient Swedish Herding Call
by Jonna Jinton –a musician and photographer living the simple life in rural Sweden and writing about it.
Anker Eli Petersen
Anker Eli Petersen is a graphical artist from the Faroe Islands, famous for his stamps.
The artist’s Archived site
His stamps on Wikimedia
Title of the above: The Return of Nolsoyar
Title of the above: To The Faroes
Title of the above: Atlantis
Title of the above: Tor
English artist, started his career making rock album art in the late 1960s.
Russian painter unscathed by the brutal ugliness and nihilism of post-modern trends in contemporary art.
Title of the above: Rest on the Grass
Title of the above: Young Sailors
American artist dealing largely in imaginative worlds and symbolism.
Title of the above: Sunday
Title of the above: Boy on Mountain
Title of the above: Green Bird
Title of the above: Rod
Another contemporary Russian painter depicting an ancient Vedic Slavic past.
A group that performs medieval European folk music. I saw them perform live and it was at once a fun and profound experience. Their recordings boast a high production value.
-Their rendition of the Swedish folk song, Säckpipslåt, my favorite version of this song:
-As a Scottish kilt maker told my friend and I before seeing Wolgemut live, “they’re metal as hell!” You can work out to this track and many others:
Yet another contemporary Russian painter conjuring symbolic images of an ancient Vedic Slavic civilization.
*The website https://vedislava.net/ is a resource for more information on ancient Slavic lore.
Title of the above: At a Heavenly Meeting
Microtonal/Harmonic Series Guitar
The following two pieces of music performed on guitar give a possible glimpse into how music was heard in medieval Europe, prior to when equal temperament tuning became more widespread in the mid 18th century.
They utilize microtones–notes between the notes that our modern Western ears are used to hearing.
Thus, the pieces may sound strange and off-tune to many modern listeners. Microtones are used to this day in Eastern music scales (i.e. on a sitar).
I find the two pieces below are more proper compositions as compared to many other contemporary microtonal works (which often stay stuck in the realm of experimental music) and hear an otherworldly beauty in these:
More on the home-made guitars and methods from Dante Rosati, a guitar instructor at the Juilliard School in New York: http://danterosati.com/justguitar.html
Yet another Russian painter.
The artist’s site
Title of the Above: Flowers Near the House
Title of the Above: Afternoon and Petunias
Anna Rose Bain
Artist from Colorado, USA.
Title of the above: The Wait and the Reward
Bradley Vincent Barnett
A sculptor working in hanging wall pieces:
Flower of Life Cubic:- Base ~ Black Granite Hexagon. Detail ~ 22k Yellow-Gold Leaf, 13k White-Gold Leaf, with stain Lacquers
Memes of Truth
~Link to Page listing info for the paintings used in the rotating title images on top of this site, The Great Order~