Gallery, Festival and Workshops planned for the Hilton Waikoloa Village

The history of art is full of momentous occasions when new ground is broken and the world is forever changed. After this May, the books will need to be updated yet again when the 2nd Annual Alchemeyez Visionary Art Congress lands on Hawaii’s shores to stage this year’s conference at the luxurious Hilton Waikoloa Village.

This dynamic art and education event is scheduled for May 13-16, at one of the Big Island’s most prominent and beautiful resorts. Featuring live painting and displayed works by the most recognized names in this burgeoning movement, this unique and celebratory congress will host the American Fantastic Realists; Robert Venosa and Martina Hoffmann, as well as show paintings from a broad collective of the western world’s most prominent illuminated painters including: Mark Henson, Luke Brown, Carey Thompson, Xavi Panneton, Amanda Sage, Adam Scott Miller, and more than 20 other internationally known artists. In addition, the event will include the powerful digital montages of Android Jones, who recently performed in Australia painting his art in light across the Sydney Opera House.

With special keynote participation, this dynamic 3-day Event will be attended by Romio Shrestha, the ‘Spirit of Art in Asia’ and the originator of the Indo-Nepali-Tibetan school of T’angka painting. Romio founded a school and monastery in Tibet, holding private audience with His Holiness, the Dalai Lama, and spearheading the development of contemplative and spiritual art. After the Maoists destroyed his school, Romio fled to Ireland via India and Indonesia, where he resides today with his wife and three daughters. His arrival in Hawaii this summer will historically mark his return to Pacifica, after having been forced to flee and live abroad. Romio will be displaying original T’angkas and giving his address, entitled “A Monastery Without Walls.” This contemplative, artist and teacher is the only living artist shown in both the Museum of Natural History in New York, and the British Museum. He also has shown his work in all of the top galleries in Amsterdam, and Zurich, As well as in the Smithsonian. His celebrated medicine art is collected by Some of the most prominent figures across the globe.

Accompanying this scintillating collection of Visionary Art in the Alchemeyez Galleries will be a vast array of illuminated, meditative and dance music from 36 of the western world’s most prominent electronic producers across three stages. With environments designed to depict elemental symbology and the principles of alchemy, this conference promises to be a historically notable event!

All of these offerings will be further accompanied by a broad schedule of discussions, addresses, workshops, yoga classes, movie screenings, dance performances, rituals and interactive art displays. Additionally, the words of leading educators such as Dennis McKenna, the world’s pre-eminent ethno-pharmacologist, James Oroc, the author of one of the world’s most insightful and educational books on nature medicines, ayahuasca, and shamanism, Joel and Michelle Levey, internationally celebrated meditation instructors, as well as Dr. Robert Kassar, a leading visionary and master consultant on the topic of longevity and whole food nutrition will grace the Hawaiian beaches.

Weekend passes to this collaborative tapestry of masterful art, music and education are available online for $225.00 at, where more thorough information about this festival can be found. Rooms may be booked online or by calling the Hilton Waikoloa directly and are offered at special Alchemeyez rates for this annual Event. Do not miss this unique opportunity to join the planet’s leading visionary thinkers, educators and artists for a three-day colloquium into the mysteries of this fabulous, modern art movement. Are you prepare to be catalyzed, transformed and inspired?

Book your reservations and tickets today!

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