THE

HONEYBEE

TEMPLE

 

 

ARTS

EMBASSY

 
 

vision . create . pollinate   

THE HONEYBEE TEMPLE

 ARTS EMBASSY

is a not-for-profit, private arts foundation

community service organisation 

 (N.G.O)

It exists as a community arts pollinator

to inspire new vision & innovation 

through arts & culture.

The Honeybee Temple Foundation

community services include; 

Arts & culture events

Art Galleries

Fundraisers

Community Yoga classes and workshops

Community Art workshops & classes

The launch of The Honeybee Temple Arts Foundation 

'Pollinate Exhibition' 

@ Mycelium Studios, Melbourne 2018

Melissa Artemis Shemanna is an ambassador for natural universal law, natural creativity, natural time, and natural living.

Primarily a visionary artist, curator, pollinator of arts & culture. Shemanna holds the gift of inner vision & teaches the Kundalini arts, Nectar of Life Yoga and embodies the role of a Honeybee Queen of synchronicities on the Path of Pollen.

 Based at her home studio 'The Honeybee Temple' in regional Yarra-Valley Victoria, Melissa has chosen the off-grid mountain lifestyle to maintain integrity in her practice of yoga, meditation and painting.

 Her arts practice originated as a self-taught discipline in painting and drawing as a young child, her mentors include artists that spring from the lineage of Visionary/Surrealist Arts & traditional Arts.

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VISION. CREATE. POLLINATE

Melissa Artemis Shemanna

BIO

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VISION. CREATE. POLLINATE

 

Shemanna founded 'The Honeybee Temple Arts Foundation

In 2018, As an Arts pollinator and honey hive of dreaming our highest potential into being. Its main purpose is innovating multi-dimensional creativity into local and global communities.

Melissa's community portfolio includes exhibiting and curating festival arts production events, managing & curating arts festival galleries; Rainbow Serpent Evolve Gallery, EarthArtBeat Festival, Babylon Festival, Pollinate group arts extravaganzas, and sacred arts ceremonies. 

Melissa Artemis Shemanna’s paintings hold an evolutionary enquiry into cosmic intelligence, contrasting super worldly imagery of organic form, myth and ancient lore with futuristic tech and hyper-colour lenses with a visionary edge. Her main explorative mediums include oils & egg tempera traditional painting techniques, although she is also known to use high chroma acrylics, pure pigment, ochres and graphite. 

I give my deep respect and acknowledgement to the original people of this land and country, where I live, dream and raise my family today, the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin nation. 

I recognise and respect all original peoples of this sacred land, past, present and future, whose natural law remains intact and who's innate sovereignty has never been ceded. Always was & always will be the original's land. And that I will live in accordance to this living law. 

Id like to acknowledge that all natural living people apon our habitat Earth. Our cooperation, respect and understanding is vital to create peace on this special planet.

- Melissa Shemanna, Honeybee Starfire medicine woman, daughter of the wild honey

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