Paul Reynard, Nicholas Hlobeczy, William Segal, Laurence Rosenthal, and Christopher Fremantle are artists influenced by Gurdjieff’s teaching. “Photographer Ansel Adams once said, ‘How high your awareness level is determines how much meaning you get from your world.’ A cornerstone of Gurdjieff’s teaching is the need to become more deeply aware, of our inner and outer surroundings—a quest that resonates for many artists.”
-by Leslie Newell Peacock, Arkansas Times, Gurdjieff Tradition in Art, Jan 11, 2013
Photo by David Heald
Paul Reynard was an artist, art teacher, Gurdjieff movements instructor, and co-president of the Gurdjieff Foundation of New York.
William Segal was an American magazine publisher and self-taught artist whose work often reflected his interest in Eastern philosophies and religions. Segal is known for his self-portraits and his belief in self-discovery through art.
Nicholas Hlobeczy was an American photographer who discovered the Gurdjieff work in the 1960′s. He was a student of Minor White and a teacher of many younger photographers.
Laurence Rosenthal is an American veteran composer, for film and television. Rosenthal grew up in Detroit, attended The Eastman School of Music and later studied composition in Paris with Nadia Boulanger. His film credits include The Miracle Worker (1961), Return of a Man Called Horse (1970), Meetings with Remarkable Men (1979), and he has won Emmy Awards for his scores for Peter the Great (1986), Anastasia (1987), and The Bourne Identity (1988).
Second Series No. 19 Reading from a Sacred Book
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Gurdjieff & de Hartmann: Music For The Piano, Volume III: Hymns, Prayers and Rituals℗ 1999
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