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Between worlds

December 30, 2010

Two pieces that are more action and movement based. Tracing the development of the ol’ witch hand.

Casper


Gran Bwa

December 14, 2010

Gran Bwa

I find it helpful to make some preliminary art and explorations before making an introduction. Although I have a feeling Gran Bwa and I have known each other for quite some time.

Made with photos and brushes I did not create, but plz don’t sue me because it’s totally non-commercial!

The Lion’s Mane

November 20, 2010

& the sacral flames of the Veiled Goddess.  Both a portrait of a very special person from my limited perception, as well as a reflection of my own understanding of the force that is called Babalon… an understanding that is now much more evolved.  Thank you, Little Lion 🙂

Painted with watercolors, red wine, and blood during one full moon cycle.  I’d like to do another one in the future on a huge canvas with oils in collaboration with the Muse.

Decarabia Installation at Lost Symbols in NY, NY

November 6, 2010

Æres Vistaas and I set up this Goetic altar / Installation for Decarabia at the Lost Symbols show at the Convent of St. Cecilia in Brooklyn, NY. The space is a big haunted old convent that the community decided to renovate into an art space.  We took over the basement and transformed the cellar into a magickal furnace, fueled by our artistic offerings to honor Decarabia.  There was tons of other awesome magickal art there …you can check out more photos of the show here, or watch the original video here.

the Twilight Gates at the Edge of Dusk

August 29, 2010

I obsessed over this one for quite a while.  I’d like to work with more landscapes.  Hopefully I’ll get around to posting some more explorations in a similar vein.

This is a pretty large image in case you feel like checking out some of the details on this one.

the Nocturne’s eye / Automatic sketch

July 13, 2010


I did this a couple weeks ago, but am posting it now because I haven’t posted anything in a while and I don’t want anyone to think I’m dead or anything.  This style of line has been coming out predominantly in a lot of my automatic drawing experiments lately, so I’m curious to see it progress.  I call it the witch hand.

the Harlequin King

May 20, 2010

This is perhaps one of the most interesting and aesthetically pleasing results from my recent experiments with automatic drawing.  From the initial automatism, I go back in and more consciously edit/add form to it, if possible.