Jessica Eldenstjärna
Artist, Expressive Art Therapist, Shamanic Facilitator
Located in Stockholm, Sweden, Jessica Eldenstjärna art embodies a timeless mystique, giving form to the invisible in a way that evokes liminal and meditative exploration. Paintings, performance work and art videos become visual and audible archetypes of vibrations and frequencies, inviting the viewer to his or her own exploration of healing, inner potential and spiritual awareness. 
In a chromesthetic or synesthetic manner, her art can be viewed as
optical tones in resonance with the soul.
Jessica usually work in mixed media, primarily using oil or watercolor as a starting point.
Watercolors are worked with either graphite, colored pencils, and/or acrylic.
Oil paintings are accomplished with layers of thin and transparent glazes, allowing light and underlying layers to shine through.
The interplay between abstract and figurative elements culminates in series where visual themes shift between simple geometric and organic forms overlapping in complex compositions, as well as flowing formations from nature with symbolic undertones.

Jessicas process is centered around exploring, depicting, and embodying existential and spiritual experiences and ideas.
Mythology, mysticism, psychology, nature, and altered states of consciousness form a significant part of her personal root system.
Over the past 5 years, her major focus has been on an interdisciplinary development of
several series that are interconnected or related in various ways .
The work revolves around awareness, duality/polarity, non-duality, multidimensionality, as well as light, sound, and brain waves.
As a therapist and Shamanic facilitator Jessica composes Transformational Workshops, Sound Meditations and Drum Journey sessions
for groups, as well as Healing, Soundhealing, Shamanic Healing and Therapy for individuals.

In healing sessions she uses her hands, singingbowls, light language voice toning, various instruments and drums. She sees the whole process as a collaboration and co-creation of homeostasis, exploration and growth where the participant plays an active role. Her transformational workshops and process-work is adjusted to the occasion and client and includes a multi-modal art approach where movement, music, painting etc. intermingles with reflection, mindfulness and sharing. It can be geared towards therapeutic and recreational purposes, personal development, spiritual awakening or other needs.

She has been hired on a regular basis to work with the Swedish organisation for adult ‘children cancer survivors’, as well as
The Swedish Museum of Modern Art where she, since 2018, has developed “Guided tours with Meditation”.
The concept is inviting the participants to contemplative and phenomenal explorations of selected artworks, followed by a guided meditation session using singing bowls and voice.
Most recently in the exhibition of Hilma Af Klints "Ten Largest" and with the exhibition “Who are you Really” by Danish artist Jeppe Hein.

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