"The more materialistic science becomes, the more angels shall I paint: their wings are my protest in favor of the immortality of the soul."

Edward Coley Burne-Jones

Artist . (1833-1889)

Angels have been thought to make music, move the stars, and keep watch over humanity. Poems have been written about them, lyrics have heralded their beauty and mystery. They are bridges between heaven and earth.

For centuries, painters have captured their incredible light on canvas for the world to see. But can we really capture their beauty and light, energy and vibration using earthly tools? Some say it is impossible because their vibration or frequency is much higher than ours.
For centuries, visionaries around the world have given us only glimpses of these celestial light beings, Michelangelo, Giotto, Thayer, Botticelli, Raphael, and Bouguereau to name a few. Yet each artist can only render a combination of the traditional image and their own personal vision, thus producing some of the world's finest works of art.

Angels are a reminder of our potential, that we are all children of God, perfect, whole and complete. And now, let us take a look at the incredible omni-dimensional art of Joanne Koenig-Macko, to see how these celestial guardians have come to her and how she has captured their luminescence and what has transpired since she has awakened to her true life's purpose. Sit back and enjoy this incredible perspective as seen through this artist's eyes. Be aware of what feelings these images evoke and stir within you. Let the journey begin…