September 20th, 2023

Written by Rachelle Pimentel, Fine Art Consultant

Art has long been regarded as a window into the soul or the human mind. One of the most intriguing things about art is its ability to replicate and embody the enigmatic realm of dreams. Dreams, often seen as the subconscious mind’s playground, are rich in symbolism, emotions, and vivid imagery. Similarly, art, through various mediums, has the capacity to capture these elusive qualities, blurring the line between reality and the ethereal world of dreams.

“Ruminating With Cows” by Sara Edgar 12′ x 12″



Dreams are deeply personal experiences that can be surreal, nonsensical, or emotionally charged. They often defy the rules of logic and physics, weaving narratives that are fragmented yet meaningful to the dreamer. Many among us have dreams that have stuck with us for years, maybe even a lifetime.

“Ascension” by Havoc Hendricks 36″ x 72″


Dreams tap into our innermost thoughts, desires, fears, and memories, creating imagery that is both captivating and sometimes hilarious.

It seems many of our artists have used a canvas to bring their dreams to life.


“Interior Garden” by Patrick St. Clair 24″ x 30″


Art replicates our dreams by capturing their essence, their surrealism, symbolism, narratives and sometimes nonsensical nature.  As viewers and appreciators of art, we are given the opportunity to explore the depths of our own subconscious when viewing images strait from the dream world.


“Ocelots and Blue Pearls” by Hunt Slonem 60″ x 70″