This page is dedicated to the creation of the VIVA Museum-Gallery.
We invite you to revisit the entire VIVA proposition in detail.
By sharing the VIVA vision pubically with a larger audience for the first time,
we are taking the next step to make the VIVA Museum-Gallery a reality.
In short: Our goal is to create a 'Visionary Art Haven', a physical space for art contemplation, celebration, and learning. Here, you will have the opportunity to immerse yourself in our art, and creative process as well as find a place for visionary exchange, if you wish.
We are also inviting you to become a part of its becoming.
It is the cooperation, between you and us, that will ultimately bring VIVA to life.
VIVA first stands for CELEBRATION!
• At VIVA we’d like to honor and celebrate one of the greatest visionary artists, Robert Venosa.
• Here you will have the opportunity to see a large selection of his original art as well as the art of Martina Hoffmann and Pascal Ferry.
• The name VIVA was coined by Robert Venosa & Martina Hoffmann and initially stood for 'Venosa Initiative for Visionary Art'. It has now been transformed to ...
✦ Vibrational Immersion in Visionary Art ✦
3 Artists - One Vision
In our artistic vision and regard of life, we are extremely synchronized and pursue our spiritual quest via our art and beyond.
So it made great sense to expand the original version of VIVA, which contained the œuvre of both, Robert Venosa and Martina Hoffmann into the - 3 Artists = 1 - version by including the art of Pascal Ferry.
The three artistic styles seamlessly complement and harmonize with each other and reflect their singular quest for THE LIGHT.
The VIVA Collection holds over 350 pieces of original art by Robert Venosa Martina Hoffmann and Pascal Ferry.
It comprises oil paintings on canvas and paper, drawings, book designs, illustrations, album cover art, logo design, and architectural design.
Additionally, it contains many artifacts: the original art tools and workstation of the late Robert Venosa, his art book library and personal memorabilia, original handwritten letters, poems, and photographs.
While projecting the VIVA Museum-Gallery vision, it seems that we are being guided to Europe, possibly France for its actual physical location. But, we keep the field of possibilities open. The coming months will provide the answer.
Art, Exchange, Connecting, Learning
The VIVA art haven will be a place to nourish the soul. Lectures and special events will make the art on display more accessible. Painting workshops are planned to inspire human creativity. Simply put: at VIVA you can experience, learn, share, and find community.
Making it happen!
We, the guardians of VIVA, Martina Hoffmann and Pascal Ferry, are looking towards this new adventure with great intention.
Many of you have followed us throughout the years and expressed the desire for such a space to manifest. The time has now arrived for finally making it happen and we would be truly honored by your participation in this journey.
It is a very exciting step for us to finally allow full access to this large visionary art collection to our community around the world.
And, it is the cooperation, between you and us, that will ultimately bring VIVA fully to life.
Thank you so much for being a part of its becoming.
We are grateful for your support!