Bobby BeauSoleil Newsroom


Lucifer Rising Soundtrack Infiltrates Pop Culture

December 19, 2017



Now on Netflix, Gaga: Five Foot Two is a new documentary film about Lady Gaga by filmmaker Chris Moukarbel. Especially noteworthy as a Newsroom blurb because a few sections from my original soundtrack for Kenneth Anger's underground film Lucifer Rising have been used in the production to support several significant scenes.


Moukarbel's production company sought and was granted a license to use the music in the film, so this is all legit, in case you wonder. This was also the case when Gaspar Noe used a portion of the Lucifer Rising soundtrack to support an erotic love scene in his film Love a couple of years ago. A few years earlier Moukarbel's company licensed a bit of the soundtrack for his film Me at the Zoo — appropriately enough, to go under a sweeping aerial shot over Los Angeles. At this rate my underground film soundtrack may become the most movied score in history!


If you would like to check out Gaga: Five Foot Two you can find it listed among the new movie releases on Netflix. If, like me, you don't get Netflix you can view the trailer here:


If the Lucifer Rising soundtrack album slipped under your radar and you would like to give it a listen visit the music page on my website. There are still some copies of the recent vinyl reissue and The Lucifer Rising Suite boxed set on CD available. Either would fit nicely beneath your Yuletide tree.



DJ Mag Russia, Autumn Edition

December 13, 2017



DJ Mag Russia features a two page spread on the Lucifer Rising LP with a nod to Doping-Pong's cover art.


Thanks Dima!



The Ride Out Of Bardo

May 5, 2017



A bit of play on the concept of bardo, described in The Tibetan Book of the Dead as a "place" or conditional phase that the transmigratory soul passes into at the end of an incarnate life. Some souls are said to become disoriented upon death of the body and may become stalled in the bardo for a while; others want to get the hell out of there as fast as they can!

— Bobby BeauSoleil


The original of this painting is 14 x 17 inches, mixed media on bristol board. Professional prints are available in a variety of sizes, framed or unframed, from The Bobby BeauSoleil Gallery.



Global Fulfillment from our Gallery

April 8, 2017



What you may already know is that superior quality reproductions of all paintings and drawings by Bobby BeauSoleil currently in publication are available via Fine Art America fulfillment. This US based company produces and distributes archival quality framed prints, as well as unframed prints and greeting cards, and ships them worldwide.


What you may not already know is that Fine Art America has been expanding globally, and now has 15 production and fulfillment centers in 5 countries! What does this mean? It means that all orders for framed and unframed prints and cards will ship to any address in the US, Europe, UK, Canada and Mexico within 2-5 business days! It also means low local shipping rates and no import taxes!


Visit the Gallery to browse the available art and use the viewing tools to zoom in and see details in the individual paintings, and to see what prints will look like in a wide variety of framing options.


The BeauSoleil Gallery



REVIEW - Dancing Hearts Afire

March 10, 2017


Peter Thelen, editor of the online rock music magazine Exposé, has recently reviewed my album, Dancing Hearts Afire, reissued on CD last year.  You can read it here:


Feels good to see this deeply personal recording get some attention from the music press.




Dancing Hearts Afire CD available on Amazon.


Winter in Russia

March 9, 2017



My dear friend Dima recently sent me this photo from St. Petersburg, where he lives. A taste of winter in Russia.  I don't know what this structure is. I asked Dima if it is a gulag for trees. With Vlad Putin in charge over there, who can say?


Manifesto of an Artist in Prison

Feb 11, 2017


Every so often I have come under fire for the path I've chosen around expressing in the creative arts and publishing my work through an online presence. There are people, perhaps well-intentioned, who are adamant in their stance that prison is for punishment, and that people who are doing time for a crime should not be permitted to engage in activities that do not strictly conform to this narrow definition. Since my ability to produce and publish my work in a reasonably meaningful way are occasionally influenced by controversies of this sort, I am taking this opportunity to address the issues head-on and describe what drives the kinds of activities that sometimes put me in the line of fire.







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