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Cameron, Holy Guardian Angel according to Aleister Crowley, Courtesy of the Cameron Parsons Foundation, Santa Monica.
Photo Credit: Alan Shaffer. A selection of 91 of Cameron's works are slated to go on view at MOCA Pacific Design Center this fall, exploring the cult figure's influence on the postwar Los Angeles art scene.
The exhibition, Cameron's largest survey since , will feature artworks once thought to be lost, including paintings, drawings, sketchbooks and poetry from the full range of her career.
After high school, Marjorie Cameron enrolled in the Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service portion of the Navy, where she worked as a mapmaker and photographer.
After her time in the service she moved with her family to Pasadena, California, where her father and brothers began working at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory.
This is where Cameron met Jack Parsons, a rocket scientist and occultist -- a follower of Aleister Crowley and friend to L.
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Click the AdBlock Plus button on your browser and select Disable on Observer. The pair later reconciled, Cameron visiting Anger in San Francisco, where he introduced her to Anton LaVey, the founder of the Church of Satan.
LaVey was delighted to meet her, having been a fan of Night Tide. Marjorie Cameron in Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome by Kenneth Anger.
In the latter part of the s, Cameron and her daughter moved to the pueblos of Santa Fe, New Mexico, where she developed a friendship with sculptor John Chamberlain and appeared in his art movie, Thumb Suck, which was never released.
While in New Mexico she suffered a collapsed lung and required hospitalization. Her health was poor, as she suffered from chronic bronchitis and emphysema both of which were exacerbated by her chain smoking , while hand tremors prevented her from being able to paint for four years.
Returning to California, by she was living in the Pioneertown sector of Joshua Tree. From there she and her daughter moved to a small bungalow on North Genesee Avenue in the West Hollywood area of Los Angeles, which at the time had become impoverished and associated with crime, sex stores, and adult movie theatres; she remained there for the rest of her life.
By the mids, Cameron was focusing to a greater extent on her family life, particularly in looking after her grandchildren, who were known to go joyriding in her jeep.
Neighbors recall her playing a Celtic harp in her garden and slowly walking her dog around the block while smoking a joint of marijuana.
At one point, she was arrested for cultivating cannabis in her home. She was also influenced by claims made in the writings of archaeologist Marija Gimbutas about a prehistoric matriarchal society devoted to a goddess.
Cameron was very interested in A. Throughout all of these disparate spiritual interests, she retained faith in the Thelemic ideas of Crowley.
Red haired, blue eyed Marjorie Cameron was born April 23, , in Belle Plain, Iowa, and grew up in Wisconsin. Her parents were Hill Lislie Cameroun and Carrie V.
Ridenour Cameroun. She was in the Navy in WWII, and served in Washington as an aide to the Joint Chiefs of Staff and as a photographer.
After the war she moved to Los Angeles. Among her friends were the filmmakers Curtis Harrington and Kenneth Anger.
She appeared in two of Harrington's films, The Wormwood Star and Night Tide , as well as in Anger's film Inauguration of the Pleasure Dome.
In later years, she made appearances in art-house films created by John Chamberlain and Chick Strand. Rarely remaining in one place for long, during the s and s she lived in Joshua Tree , San Francisco and Santa Fe.
In , she gave birth to a daughter, Crystal Eve Kimmel. Although intermittent health problems prevented her from working, her art and poetry resulted in several exhibitions.
From the late s until her death from cancer in , Cameron lived in a bungalow in West Hollywood , where she raised her daughter and grandchildren, pursued her interests in esotericism, and produced artwork and poetry.
Cameron's recognition as an artist increased after her death, when her paintings made appearances in exhibitions across the U.
As a result of increased attention on Parsons, Cameron's life also gained greater coverage in the early s. In , the Cameron—Parsons Foundation was created to preserve and promote her work, and in a biography of Cameron written by Spencer Kansa was published.
Cameron was born in Belle Plaine, Iowa , on April 23, She also participated in athletics, glee club, and chorus. Nobody would let their kid near me".
Cameron completed her final year of high school education at Davenport High School. Following the United States' entry into the Second World War , Cameron signed up for the Women Accepted for Volunteer Emergency Service , a part of the United States Navy , in February Initially sent to a training camp at Iowa State Teachers College in Cedar Falls , she was subsequently posted to Washington, D.
In the course of these duties, she met U. Prime Minister Winston Churchill in May To join her family, she traveled to Pasadena, California , where her father and brothers had found work at the Jet Propulsion Laboratory JPL.
In Pasadena, Cameron ran into a former colleague, who invited her to visit the large American Craftsman -style house where he was currently lodging, Orange Grove Avenue, also known as "The Parsonage".
The house was so-called because its lease was owned by Jack Parsons , a rocket scientist who had been a founding member of the Jet Propulsion Laboratory and who was also a devout follower of Thelema , a new religious movement founded by English occultist Aleister Crowley in Parsons was the head of the Agape Lodge, a branch of the Thelemite Ordo Templi Orientis OTO.
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