Kathleen working on a mural in Maro, Spain, May 2015.

Kathleen working on a mural in Maro, Spain, May 2015.

Kathleen Gray

 

Kathleen Gray is a visual artist who works in the medium of acrylic paint.  The primary focus of her subject matter is in the realm of dreams and mythology.  Her depictions include aspects of sacred geometry, historical myths and places, and interpretations of dreams.  She has recently been involved in  a five year exploration of the Dama de Elche.  The Dama de Elche is a sculpted statue of a Phoenician priestess found in the 1800's by a farmer plowing in the village of Elche, south of Valencia, Spain.  

Kathleen is a long time aspirant of the spiritual master Meher Baba.  She travels the world researching myths and regional histories for her paintings with her artist, husband, Billy Gray.

Kathleen and Billy travel to distant villages offering their mural painting services as a way to retrieve the village folk memories, upgrade their community, and facilitate a sense of creative participation and artistic ability.  To view the chronicling of their muraling expedition go to www.facebook.com/humanitarianmurals