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Artists Gallery

Since the mid-1990s, when he was introduced to the concept of manipulating natural light, Joe Buberger has been
experimenting with what he calls “Sculptured Sunrays.” Recently, Buberger surprised the art world with the release of his own private creations, which may be viewed at . These photographs are not the historic
rarities Buberger has been known to deal with, they are timeless abstract images he creates by working with the natural spectrum. “There are no objects photographed here,” says Buberger, “These shapes and forms are created by a
single beam of light that has traveled 93,000,000 miles.”  “My art is quite a sedative, I’m sure after you see it the images will remain in your mind to dance and spin.”  Click to see a video of Joe’s work on YouTube.  
The Movie

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These images were given to Healing Arts
Network for display by Israeli artist Marat Zaharin. They all have the
copyright of the artist. He can be contacted by email  Please
click on the small images to see an enlargement. You will have to use your back
button to get back to this page. For sale at


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Angel’s Grief (  2003, Oil, 54x68Cm, 21x27in)


Conscience ( 2003, Oil, 75x31Cm, 30x12in)

Diverse of worlds (1995, Oil,19x18Cm, 7x7in)

Flow (1994, Oil, 18x17Cm, 7x7in)

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Master of destinies (2001,Oil,47x68Cm,19x27in)


Observers (2000, Oil 40x28Cm, 16x11in)

The spiral of evolution (2003, Oil, 90x41Cm, 35x16in)

Underway acres (2003, Oil, 47x35Cm, 18x14in)

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Traveling into illusions ( 1998, Oil, 40x37Cm,

Valley (2003, Oil, 35x49Cm,

From the artist,
Marat Zaharin:

I was born in Belorussia in 21/08/1974 in the family of a military man and a doctor. As my farther was in the army and we had to change the place of living all the time I lived in many parts of Russia. I had studied fine art since childhood. In 1992 I came to Israel where I live now. My main 
aim in the life is to perceive myself and God. Creation helps me in it very much. I feel other worlds and dimensions and all these are reflected in my paintings. Our material world is only a small part of
reality and if a person begins to think that it is the whole, he starts to relate to the li
e too seriously and as a result touching unconsciously the extremes. This world is duel. To understand it (the world) we have to go through extremes. After realizing the black we penetrate into the white, in order to perceive the all varieties of colors between them, but do it deliberately. One ought to understand what is this the whole – God and from this point to look at the details (His creations), but not on the contrary. Similarity with God is expressed in unity. When we are separated inside ourselves and one part of us is in conflict with another – we are weak, at the beginning in the Soul and later in the body.  

My  images help the person to feel himself as an integral and make him to touch to other dimensions, unifying them with our material world inside himself. Drawing out viewer from the illusion’s fog that it’s only world and after death is only darkness, they (my pictures) present the gift of sureness and strength and heal the people spiritually. Heal  your spirit and your body will be healed itself!

From the artist, Walter Mercado:
Works of murals I created for the city of Philadelphia for the year 2003.The murals have had a healing
impact on the souls of those who I have spoken to, who live in the area in which I created the murals. (The artist is working on art pieces for the home, pictures of which will be displayed here.) Walter can be contacted at:  
My website:


All pictures have the copyright of the artist.  

I was born in Philadelphia, on 5/26/60; from my mother Elsie who had complications while giving birth to me, and went into sever depression when I was taken away from her months later for my own protection.  I guess I spend most of my life trying to understand the

human mind throughout my childhood especially the chemistry within our neurons which can cause the loss of great things that are so dear, and close to us. Especially when we feel so close, is what led me to research the statistics of human brain functions, which become distorted while living a heart broken life altered by the hippocampus of the brain. I began to research supersymmetrics in the summer of 1990, to find  a way to stimulate the areas of the brains which need fusion
like optics to accommodate the essentials missing visuals for creating harmony In the brains hippocampus; also optimizing brain frequency for the brains frontal cortex for stimulating creativity in the brains non reference area which will elevate high levels of creativity for artist who would use know references in their creations; emanating a pure universe.

So far my artwork has produced lasting stimuli to the individuals who have become in contact with it producing a peaceful
reaction, and at the same time creating a more observant reaction,capable of seeing into the greater dept of the mind.

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Please visit Walter’s website to see many more of his pieces.

Artists Gallery

These images are the works of Zimbabwe born artist, Sheila Nursten. Her web site can be found at She can be reached at .They all have the  copyright of the artist.    Please click on the small images to see an enlargement. You will have to use your back button to get back to this page.

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Eyes of Truth
98cm x 67cm
A3 prints available
Oil on canvas*

34cm x 29cm
Oil on board

Cry Zimbabwe
74cm x 59cm
A3 prints available
Oil on canvas

Anasazi Supernova
Mixed media

Grawp and the Centaurs60cm x 60cm1st prize, Arts Gigantic competition 2004Oil on canvas Motherhood77cm x 52cm£400Oil on canvas Ancient Masai58cm x 48cm£350Oil on board Bashi Luxton60cm x 40cmnot for saleMische technique

Grawp and the Centaurs
60cm x 60cm
1st prize, Arts Gigantic competition 2004
Oil on canvas

77cm x 52cm
Oil on canvas

Ancient Masai
58cm x 48cm
Oil on board

Bashi Luxton
60cm x 40cm
not for sale
Mische technique

From the artist, Sheila Nursten

Artist’s Statement:

Beauty and a search for Truth are the driving forces in my art. To me, painting is a medium through which the invisible realms become tangible to us on earth. My work is based on a desire to heal through colour and form, and in this I believe I am divinely guided.

About Sheila:

Sheila has been drawing and painting from the day she could hold a pencil. She grew up in Zimbabwe where she developed a style in wildlife painting and fantasy art. In the year 2000 she moved with her husband to the UK where her career accelerated dramatically. From this place of opportunities, Sheila has become an internationally renowned artist, exhibiting in London, New York and Germany. At present, Sheila is working with people on a one to one basis in taking portrait commissions. In these special portraits, Sheila includes power animals and spirit guides particular to each individual. Sheila believes these portraits will play a vital role in the healing process and search for Truth. For more information, contact Sheila:

The following pictures are the work of artist Erez Sitzer . More of his work and his story can be found on his site . Contact Erez Sitzer at:

Original Size 46″ X 96″
Print Image Size 20″ x 43″
Edition of 80 Prints
THROUGH THE SUN Original Size 32″ X 46″
Print Image Size 30″ x 42″
Edition of 80 Prints
VOICESOriginal Size 32″ X 46″
Print Image Size 30″ x 42″
Edition of 80 Prints
ROOTSOriginal Size 32″ X 46″
Print Image Size 30″ x 41.5″
Edition of 80 Prints


From the artist Erez Sitzer:

In 1995 Erez Sitzer traveled into the Amazonian rainforest. Beneath its rich canopy, guided by native elders, Erez discovered a world of beauty and mystery, a world that would inspire his direction in life as an artist. He was given the name Amazanga, meaning `spirit of the forest`, a word expressing for the indigenous people the complex intimations that coexist between people and plants, between dancing and dreams, between evolution and the vast skies above. It is these intimations that evoke the images and meaning in Erez`s work.


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