The Witch of King's Cross - Acrylic on canvas - 24" x 18"
Rosaleen Norton is one of the great unsung heroes of the modern Witchcraft revival, and a fascinating person. She was a visionary artist of great talent, and through that, she heard the call of the Old Gods. All the respect. If you want to learn more about her, check out the documentary, "The Witch of King's Cross" on Amazon.
The infamous Aleister Crowley (rhymes with holy.) Acrylic on canvas, 24" x 18"
When I painted this, I grabbed a canvas that I had partially painted, aborted, then re-gessoed with the intent of repainting the canvas. On said canvas, I was originally painting my "Smokey and the Bandit" homage, and I had already named it by writing the name of that painting, "A Complete Lack of Respect for the Law" on it.
Given that Mr. Crowley wrote the Book of the Law, I thought that random happenstance was oddly appropriate.
"Witchfather: A portrait of Gerald Brosseau Gardner." Acrylic and spray paint on canvas, 18" x 24"
Since it's October, I'm going to be shifting my artistic focus to painting some of the most famous witches out there. I started with Gerald Gardner, who is often referred to as the father of modern Witchcraft. His pioneering work, started over seventy years ago, opened the doors for witches to come back out of the broom closet.
"Wanna Play?" Acrylic on Canvas, 16" x 20"
My husband and I have been binge watching the Child's Play movies. I don't think I've laughed so hard in a long time. "Bride of Chucky," I liked especially. What a sweet, adorable little love story.
"Heaven and Earth: The Gods of Wicca" Acrylic and spray paint on canvas, 24" x 36"
"The Doctor Is In" -- Blacklight reactive acrylic on canvas, 36" x 24"
I painted this for my husband's birthday. The scene is from an obscure early eighties movie called, "Doctor Detroit," starring Dan Akroyd and Fran Drescher. My husband said that he saw this movie when he was a kid and it changed his life. He decided at the tender young age of three that he wanted to be a pimp when he grew up.
... or "A Long Time Ago in Bat Country." This was a commission for a friend. She gave it to her fiance for his birthday. I couldn't stop laughing the whole time I was working on this.
I was going through a bit of a creative slump when it came to art. It occurred to me: just paint what you like. I like hot babes, and I like Megan Thee Stallion's music. Here's my cupcake interpretation of her from her album, "Fever."
Also, if you haven't seen Megan's newest video, you really need to. It's called "Thot Shit" and it's my new favorite thing on the internet.
Megan Thee Stallion has the distinct honor of being the first person who I have painted more than once.
"Complete Bastards" Acrylic on Canvas 18 x 24 -- More of my obsession with British comedy. "The Young Ones" has served as a guiding light for surreal humor.