Jacqueline Ripstein


Fine Artist & Art Healing Pioneer & World Peace Envoy United Nations ECOSOC representative of the International Association of Educators for World Peace.

International renowned Fine Art Artist /Author. For 38 yrs. she has inspired thousands of people across the world. With more than 375 International shows. Born in Mexico, self-taught, won a national Prismacolor diploma at 12 yrs. old.
A unique creative that has dared cross the boundaries of the traditional Art schools, to create New Invisible Art techniques as: Invisible Art & Light tech. ©(pat.1986). Her deep desire has been to reveal the unseen dimensions and to offer a breath of hope to our humanity. Her art reveals the Light within all of us and the Invisible dimensions that create our everyday lives.

“May my Art serve to guide you in an inspirational journey to where its images and hidden messages become a guide to reveal your Inner Light being. Let each painting be the Mirror of your Soul.” Jacqueline Ripstein.

She’s been invited to participate in major world gatherings where she has received special honors some of this events are: Chosen to open the “Sefarad” events, in  Toledo, Spain (1992-’94) Invited by the government; commissioned to paint Our Lady of the Universe for Medjugorje, Croatia, to support widows and orphans of  war (1996); chosen to open the “Millennium Peace Day” in 2000 at the UN in NY, alongside Mrs. Nane Annan; leading a workshop for over 450 children, encouraging  their messages of Peace to the World; invited by the government of China to celebrate  the 9/21/2012 International Day of Peace; participation in the first Linzhou  Art Exhibition and a Gliding Opening Gala at the Taihang Canyon Peach Blossom  Valley, including a Ceremony of Friendship and Peace, with more than 3500 people  in attendance, where Jacqueline was asked to be one of the representatives to close  the ceremony using the peace water and bells.

Jacqueline was also among the key speakers at the International Friendship Peace Forum, delivering a “Proposal to  Use the Arts as an Instrument for World Peace.”Some of her paintings have found a  permanent home at the Museum of Characters in Linzhou, Henan Province, China.

Invited to Hyderabad, India, where her art was chosen as the backdrop for the event, she was one of the keynote speakers at the First Parliament on Spirituality, in December 21, 2012.

Creator of new techniques in the world of art, Jacqueline’s mystical journey and insatiable search for the Divine Light guided her to patent since 1986 the Invisible Art & Light Technique, a gift to humanity, a unique revelation, an encounter with  our spiritual world through her art. Scientific research by Dr. Valerie Hunt,  Dr. J. J. Hurtak, Dr. Rafael López Guerrero, and Dr. Vaughn Cook, has revealed  that her art has unique healing properties,and that it can elevate us to heightened  states of consciousness.(See studies at www.jacquelineripstein.com) Testimonials  speak of how her art has changed and inspired the lives of thousands of people.

Praised by international art critics and collectors, Jacqueline has been working in collaboration with the UN to reach its Eight Millennium Development Goals.

Jacqueline has dedicated her life to helping raise human consciousness through her art, as well as motivational and self-awareness books, seminars, and workshops.  An advocate for peace, she champions the arts and the creative forces as instruments for world peace.

My goal in creating New Invisible Art Techniques has been to reveal these unseen dimensions and to offer a breath of hope to our humanity by showing from  where we create our lives, as the inner Light beings that we truly are. “I have realized that my art becomes a doorway, a portal to Invisible realms, connecting  the viewer to emotional healing and spiritual power.” To inspire people and help  make a difference in their lives is my breath of Life.


Normla Light
Eternal Love seen under  Normal Light.

Black Light
Same painting seen under Black Light.

Both Lights
Same painting seen under  Normal & Black Lights.


Homage to Rodin: Eternal Love (1997)© with the patented Invisible Art & Light Technique  by Jacqueline Ripstein (1986). You can view the same painting under three lights,  Normal, Black Light and Both Lights.