Visionary artist schedules book signing

Staff Writer
Mount Shasta Herald
Visionary artist Cheryl Yambrach Ross-Hall recently produced a book which documents and honors her artistic works. A book signing and showing of some of her works will be held at The Gallery in Mount Shasta on Friday, June 4 from 4 to 7 p.m.

Cheryl Yambrach Rose-Hall, a Mount Shasta portrait painter, visionary artist and researcher, will unveil and sign copies of her new book “Art through the Eyes of the Soul” Friday, June 4 from 4 to 7 p.m. at The Gallery in Mount Shasta.

The book, which records and honors the artist’s life path, features 120 color photos, 60 color paintings, and the stories behind the paintings, many of which are based on sacred sites and their mythology.

Stories in the book include:

• The real portrait of Mary painted by St. Luke, hidden in Bohemia by the Knights of St. John before they became the Knights of Malta.

• The actual Kingdom of Narnia that inspired C.S. Lewis to create his famous books.

• The rarely seen, ancient Lemurian petroglyphs near Mt. Shasta.

• The Golden Grail Chapel in Bohemia declared by Rudolf Steiner to be the authentic one, also formerly home to the Spear of Destiny.

• The Sinclair’s secret hiding place of treasures from the Holy Land while Rosslyn was being built.

Rose-Hall’s book includes the artist’s explanation of how attunement works through her painting technique “Art through the Eyes of the Soul,” which begins with the eyes and spirals out from that central point, according to a press release.

The Gallery is located in the Black Bear Building, 201 N. Mt. Shasta Blvd.