CADYVILLE, NEW YORK, UNITED STATES, December 12, 2017 /EINPresswire.com/ — Men have always been credited for forming the greatness of our civilization. But how many of us are aware of the staggering fact that women were once considered equal to men during Neolithic times?
Kimberly Berg is an award-winning artist and male feminist advocate. He is especially interested in making women aware of their history, particularly their pre-patriarchal, Paleolithic/Neolithic history.
“It’s my mission and life’s purpose to inspire woman to be aware of their history,” says Kimberly. “Throughout time women were taught they had never gained any place in history, when in actuality they played an extremely critical and influential role in creating and shaping the first civilization. It was a very peaceful, prosperous, and enlightening spiritual culture for which there was no precedent.”
Kimberly gravitated to the arts in his youth, winning first place in a poetry contest when he was only fourteen. When he read When the Drummers Were Women by Layne Redmond, he learned how women were revered in a Neolithic society. Although he was a history major, this was the first time he became self-aware of woman’s important historical role.
His first thought was to use the power of the art image to spread the message that women have not always been considered inferior to men
“My art depicts striking images conveying women’s power and grace while honoring the beauty and magnificence of their bodies,” explains Kimberly. “My hope is to inspire all women to recognize their preeminence and reject the misconception that their flesh is sinful. Instead, I want women to see themselves in a virtuous light that has been so discouraged or totally disregarded by patriarchy.”
In the mastery of his art, Kimberly captures the sensuous, affable, liberated women. This is in contrast to contemporary artists who tend to paint women as austere, grim and somber.
"With my art I continue to create images that encourage women everywhere to embrace the goddess within them. By using the power of the art image I believe women can be inspired to become extraordinary leaders. They will be women who have the vision to revolutionize our modern world the way our ancestral sisters created the Neolithic world 10,000 years ago.”
CUTV News Radio will feature Kimberly Berg in an interview with Jim Masters on December 13th at 1pm 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 http://www.isisrising.net
email us here
Source: EIN Presswire