The following is a selected collection of work from Los Angeles author and artist Gregory B. Stewart.
Subjects include the esoteric and sublime illustrating the inner journey of the soul to the cosmic consciousness.
This work, Anima Mundi, is an amalgam of the various traditions at work in a Hermetic understanding of Freemasonry.
A Sad Object of Death appears in the interior of the book, The Master mason.
The Tree of Life – The cover art from the book, The Master Mason.
This digital illustration represents the process of becoming a Master Mason.
Modern Second-Degree Masonic Tracing Board. 2007 Digital illustration Gregory B. Stewart From its original context, this digital illustration represents the process of becoming a Fellow of the Craft in Freemasonry. As it was included in the book, Fellow of the Craft, part of the text that accompanies the work reads: In this image, you will …
Created as an illustrative frontispiece to the work Fellow of the Craft, The Lighthouse is a visual representation of the allegorical climb into the middle chamber of King Solomon’s temple.
This work was devised as the small frontispiece image for the work, The Apprentice, and used as the cover image for the book.
Originally created as the major frontispiece for The Apprentice, Ein Sof (or Ayn Sof) into Malkuth is the journey from the material into the spiritual world.
Modern Third-Degree Masonic Tracing Board. 2006 Digital illustrationGregory B. Stewart This work is a modern representation of the Masonic First-Degree Tracing Boards of old. It is filled with metaphor and symbolism, fluent to all Apprentice Masons. Tracing boards are visual mnemonics created to illustrate the meanings and principals of Freemasonry as taught within the degrees. …