Psychedelic art is a type of art that is inspired by or related to psychedelic experiences and hallucinations, which are often caused by the use of psychedelic drugs such as LSD, psilocybin, and DMT. The word “psychedelic” means “mind manifesting” and was coined by British psychologist Humphry Osmond. Psychedelic art typically features vivid colors, swirling patterns, optical illusions, surreal imagery, and references to spirituality, politics, and counterculture.
Avigail Sapir’s psychedelic art is special because it combines her Jewish identity, her artistic talent, and her spiritual vision. She uses bright colors, intricate details, and symbolic elements to convey her messages and feelings. She also adds Hebrew words and phrases to some of her paintings, such as blessings, prayers, or quotes from the Torah. Avigail Sapir’s psychedelic art is a way of expressing her love for life, art, and God.