Artist Kimberly Berg Returns to CUTV News Radio

CADYVILLE, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, June 18, 2018 /EINPresswire.com/ — There are millions of talented artists who sell their paintings all over the universe. But there are some artists whose painting convey such a powerful life changing message that it can literally transform the world. What if there is an exceptional artist whose work is so life changing he aspires to open up a museum so his paintings can inspire others rather than just hang in someone’s living room?

Kimberly Berg is a male feminist advocate and award-winning artist who wants women to be cognizant of their history during Neolithic times when they were revered which is enchantingly depicted in his art.

“I’m profoundly passionate about feminist art that’s why the creation of this museum is so critical,” says Kimberly. “For over twenty years I have intentionally refrained from selling my art to the public intending to exhibit it to the public. This museum will ultimately represent women’s freedom from oppression to enlightenment and superior growth.”

Kimberly was inspired by Layne Redmon’s book When the Drummers were Women when he first learned that in Neolithic times women were well-regarded, valued, and played a vital role in the functioning of society. His awe- inspiring paintings reflect that magnificent historical period, one that Kimberly aspires to revive. He envisions a time when women can once again be the front runners and gain the same political equality as men. According to Kimberly patriarchal laws were created to allow men to take a superior role and discourage women from aspiring to leadership positions.

“My art proudly reflects women as highly independent, spiritual and in perfect harmony with nature,” says Kimberly. “Through my art women are shown as authentically compassionate and their bodies are drawn to represent integrity, nobility, and graciousness.”

With the creation of Kimberly’s proposed museum more women everywhere will be encouraged to be fearless and confident. He envisions an art museum that would inspire women to find their place in the world. It would be art that both enlightens and influences women to take a leading role in society, especially political role. The museum will also include the feminist work of other great inspirational artists.

“I’m deeply engrossed in a woman’s spirituality,” says Kimberly. “With the rise of today’s women’s movement and feminine spirituality the future looks extremely promising. During pre-patriarchal times we had a female spiritual figure representing women and men for tens of thousands of years and few people are aware of it. My goal is to bring this lost history to light.

Kimberly will give women the freedom to design and run the museum. It will be managed with emotional feelings of compassion and empathy not only intellectual or financially.

“I see things from a historical perspective going back thousands of years,” says Kimberly. “Patriarchy has not been forever, it’s only 5000 years old. Before patriarchy we were a female-friendly culture for thousands of years. So if it could be done then, why not now?”

CUTV News Radio will feature Kimberly Berg in an interview with Jim Masters on Tuesday June 19th at 12 noon EST.

Listen to the show on BlogTalkRadio.

If you have any question for our guest call (347) 996-3389

For more information on Kimberly Berg please visit www.isisrising.net

Author: Beatrice Maria Centeno

Lou Ceparano
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