Vedic Art

Vedic Art is an art-focused process of self-development based on natural laws that exist in all of us, waiting to be activated. Vedic Art follows the 17 Principles of Art & Life – a step-by-step program that reveals the truth hidden within our own awakening. It is based on the ancient Vedic knowledge, the Vedas, that transcends the cultural, religious, and philosophical dogma. 

Veda itself cannot be bound within a book because it is not the knowledge of facts, things, or ideas. Rather, it is knowledge through direct experience of the abstract and all-inclusive field of consciousness itself. Veda is pure knowledge.

Vedic Art requires no skills, previous experience, or an academic understanding of the process of creating. It is open for anyone ready to become a creative powerhouse and start living authentically!

We learn to let go of things that don’t serve us, inspire us, and block us. We get insights into problems previously unsolvable. When the ‘usual’ thinking is turned down during the process of painting, but the creative intuiting turned up – we rebalance our hemispheres and that is when eureka happens.  We learn to stay connected to our heart – and follow its guidance that first manifests on an empty canvas, then in our life. 

Now is the time to wake up to your potential and power, to move and to shake. Pay attention to all that life is telling you. When you nurture awakening, your life becomes creative rather than reactive – an infinitely more powerful place to be!

Amy Sophia Marashinsky


Vedic Art is a personal journey. It brings a unique experience to you and to your healing. It’s a very delicate process, that requires silence and introspection. It is usually very enjoyable, transformative, and relaxing. It is a long process, we need about 25 hours, that is 3 to 4 days of intuitive painting to get through all 17 steps. But this time is just for you, and you truly dive deep into your creative oceans you didn’t know were dwelling within you.

Vedic Art:

  • awakens your unique gifts and abilities
  • helps you overcome blocks, both personal and creative
  • “gives you permission” to express yourself just the way you are
  • makes you feel more confident about yourself
  • teaches you to listen to your heart and start living accordingly with your true inner knowing
  • deepens your intuitive abilities
  • returns faith in yourself through the acceptance of who you are
  • asks you to paint your dreams and allow them to manifest for you
  • liberates you from the blockages of ego-based fears
  • helps you get in touch with your inner child
  • gives you a chance to practice self-love
  • guarantees lots of beautiful paintings that you will take home and love

As a result, the heart opens up to show the truth about ourselves and our own divine presence.

Please remember that:

Vedic Art is not therapy. It has proven to have therapeutic effects, but it can not replace professional help and guidance from accredited and trustworthy authorities.

Vedic Art is a trademark in EU. You can find more about the Vedic Art school in Sweden here.

How did this all started?

“Vedic Art is a navigation map. Use the compass you have in your mind and find the way to the chamber of peace in your heart. Then, when you dip your brush in the light – your space, bliss and eternity will be pictured.” – CURT KÄLLMAN 

Vedic Art method and the program was founded by Swedish artist Curt Källman (1938-2010) who received inspiration in 1974 in India while studying transcendental meditation with famous meditation teacher Maharishi Mahesh Yogi. Curt devoted his life to mastering the technique of Vedic Art. The first official course took place in 1988, and since then Vedic Art has grown in popularity across Europe. Today, the work of Curt is continued by his son Johannes Källman and hundreds of teachers around the world.

My first Vedic Art course took place in Poland with an artist and Vedic Art Teacher par excellence –  Agatta Karpowicz in 2012. She introduced me to the method with passion and love, unveiled mysteries of sacred creativity and opened my heart to my true potential, and helped me to discover goddesses within.
I received my Certified Vedic Art Tacher Diploma from Ewa Szymczak – Issa Tiffaret in winter 2014. This beautiful experience expanded my inner and outer boundaries, gave me a very needed space, and help me understand the meaning of living in the now.


Can children participate in the Vedic Art Course?

Vedic Art is a method of self-development for adults, but I am happy to let kids age 12 – 17 participate, first child free of charge, after that 50% off the original price. They will need their own painting supplies and follow the rules of the workshop, for example, we don’t allow electronic gadgets during the class, we also don’t chatter – we work in silence. Some restrictions may apply, so please be sure to ask me for details.

Do I need to partake in the entire course?

To fully assimilate the 17 Principles of Art and Life I recommend partaking in the whole workshop, but it’s OK not to take the whole course since this is a personal journey, and deep process, if you express a desire to take only a part of the workshop. You will be given a certificate for the Principles you’ve accomplished. And, you’re welcome to come back to follow up:)

Can I host a Vedic Art Workshop?

Yes! I am open to collaborations and all sorts of creative get-togethers!  If you have a place that can host a larger group (up to 12), quiet, meditative, inspiring, I would love to host the workshop in your “corner of the woods”. The host receives free admission to the workshop 🙂 Ask for more details! 

Do you coach in one on one style?

I prefer to work in groups as the inner processes often find a mirror in other peple’s work, but I can provide individual coaching which would be deeply beneficial and quite transforming.

2012. Baltic Sea Coast. Poland. First experience of Vedic Art. Author on the right.