Vedic Art - The Curt Källman Method

Art Courses and Personal Development since 1988.

 

It all started when the Vedic Art was founded in Sweden by artist Curt Källman...

About the Method

THE UNIQUE APPROACH OF CURT KÄLLMAN

This program supports the process of finding your own unique inner expression and connection to freedom and joy. Vedic Art supports equality between students and teachers. Vedic Art does not belong to any religion. The method is not related to any specific art style. Vedic Art is open to everyone. No previous art experience is required.



THE PRINCIPLES – SEVENTEEN ESSENTIAL STEPS TOWARD CREATIVE FREEDOM

The heart of Vedic Art holds the 17 Principles. Curt Källman learned the names of the Principles from the Indian teacher Maharishi Mahesh Yogi in the year of 1974. All interpretations and exercises were formed by Curt during the 1970’s and 80’s. The origin of the Principles is the great oral tradition of ancient India. The Principles can not be found within any written source. In Vedic Art the Principles are used as important steps towards the liberation of inner creativity. They are taught in the order 1-17 and are used as essential aspects of the method.   


THE creative adventure

The art inquiry originate from modern art education. Through Vedic Art the exercises are transformed to focus on our life and on the art process rather than on final results and achievements.

Svibo, Early morning light at the Vedic Art summer course at Öland in Sweden.

Svibo, Early morning light at the Vedic Art summer course at Öland in Sweden.

From the beginning, when we first hear the 17 principles of Vedic Art, we tap into the nature of existence, the story of life, where we have come from and where we are going.
— Curt Källman
Vedic Art founder, fine artist Curt Källman (1938-2010).

Vedic Art founder, fine artist Curt Källman (1938-2010).