I decided to dabble in Medium, where I wrote this piece on failure.
Man, I just keep finding amazing artists on Twitter and Merilliza Chan is a great example. I love her fantastical portraits and beautiful colors. Learn more about her and her art in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
The minute I saw Iris Compiet's profile picture on Twitter, I knew she was awesome. I'd found her wonderfully spooky art through the #VisibleWomen tag and the cloak in her picture just made me so happy. Read all about her in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
Squiggly Spells or What are Sigils? A sigil, as defined by Laura Tempest Zarkoff in her book Sigil Witchery, is a “carved, drawn, or painted symbol that is believed to have magical properties.” (Zarkoff 6) They are one of the “most efficient and economical disciplines of magic,” according to Frater U.D. in his book Practical Sigil Magic.... Continue Reading →
Following artists on Twitter brightens my feed in this time of terrible news, and it is my continued joy to be able to feature them in our Creators to Watch series. Jenny Hawkyard's magical work is especially awesome. Learn more about her and her work in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
The last time I spoke to Jay Siren, she was planning the finale to her burlesque troupe the Sizzling Sirens, now she's got a whole new project that's bound to make a big splash in Sacramento's art scene. Read all about her and the project in my new TUBE. Magazine article.
I found Jen Lightfoot's awesome pastel horrors through Twitter's #VisibleWomen. I'm so happy to be able to feature her in this week's Creators to Watch in TUBE. Magazine!
The Bookworm Is In Her Mind: Meditation and Magick Welcome to the Bookworm newsletter! This month's topic was suggested by my lovely partner Ryan. I would love any and all feedback so feel free to reply to this email or contact me at my preferred internet lurking places down at the bottom. If you know about... Continue Reading →