Over the years SevenCats Galerie has received numerous requests to make Brigitte’s art more widely available. The challenge in providing this access is that unfortunately there are some people who will use Brigitte’s paintings without permission for their own commercial interests. They do so by either taking images from the internet or somehow finding ways to obtain them through whatever illegal means through social media where Brigitte has shared some of her work. The best way we could think of to make Brigitte’s art more widely available without encountering such issues is through E-Artbooks. Most of Brigitte’s work is now available in E-Artbooks at little cost on different online bookstore platforms. Below you find the title pages of these E-Artbooks and links to the respective online bookstores so you can check them out for yourself.
Brigitte’s husband Stefan, a physicist, author, book editor, and publisher has helped Brigitte in editing and publishing her work in in the above shown E-Artbooks. Two of his publication tackling topics of true general interest and using some of Brigitte’s art are presented below along with links to the respective online bookstores. Those interested to learn more about those two books of which only a short description is given here can go there to take advantage of the reading samples those stores do provide.
Over a very short period, only a few hundred years, our understanding of the cosmos, our planet Earth, the evolution of life on it, and the beginnings of our very own human endeavor have radically changed. These revolutions in science and technology have dramatically altered our societies in many ways. For quite some time it seemed as if our planets resources were unlimited. Today we know that this is not the case. Human civilizations are shaping our planets future in ways that have profound consequences for all other life on Earth as well as for us. We need to reflect broadly on what defines our human condition if we wish our societies to be successful in navigating a future that cannot be just ours but must include the broad diversity of life on Earth without which humankind will not survive. This book tells the story of how we discovered the universe, how we learned about our planet and the life evolving on it, how humanity emerged from pre-history, and what some of the future of our civilizations could hold in store for us.
We perceive the world in which we live through our senses and make sense of it using our minds. In this way, we construct our very own consensus realities, our subjective interpretations of the world as each one of us perceives and understands it. What do we know about how we construct our consensus realities? How do human body and mind connect, as they somehow must to give us the experience of the world that we know we have? This book invites the reader to explore what the human brain, philosophy of mind, and psychology can tell us about the relationship between the human body and mind. We have no other choice than to form our own consensus realities, as it is through them that we can make sense of us in this world. Many consensus realities only deviate from objective reality in as much as our personal vanity goes to make us more comfortable with who we are. Others, however, can seemingly dissociate themselves to much greater degrees from objective reality. This book also looks into some of the implications that has had in the past and might have in the future.