The Ecstasy of Forbidden Daylight: Alexis Karl – Redefining the Witch through Art

      “The Ecstasy of Forbidden Daylight”, is based on studies of 18th century accounts of witchcraft trials from her research in the UK, and a series of her lectures at The Morbid Anatomy museum, and serves to bring… Continue Reading

NIGHT of the WITCHES: Rosaleen Norton Art Returns Home

      NIGHT of the WITCHES Join Cynthia Crosse and Pam Grossman @ OCCULTURE: Dark Arts Exhibition who will be speaking about Rosaleen Norton on the centenary of her Birth. It is so fantastic to see Rosaleen Norton’s life… Continue Reading

Holy Books Inspires series of Art V.V.V.V.V.

V.V.V.V.V. The work debuted 14th-16th July, 2017 ev. at the Huon Valley Midwinter Festival in Tasmania and saw 16, 000 people over three days.  Inspired by verses from the Holy Books of Thelema the first of a series of installations… Continue Reading

Filipino Protective Tattoos

FILIPINO PROTECTIVE TATTOOS ORASYON Protective Tattoos of the Philiiphines have always fascinated me, I first came across the talismanic undergarments, magical amulets ‘Agimat’  which contained Christian Magical Formula and composed of Letters and phrase with emblematic pictorial motifs and esoteric… Continue Reading

Enamoured with the Spirits, London’s fascination with Spiritual Art continues

Exhibition: Encounters with the Spirit World 14th – 20th August expect to be amazed by over 500 examples of mediumistic art, spirit photographs, Victorian writing slates, spirit trumpets, planchettes and crystal balls, all displayed over six floors of our atmospheric… Continue Reading

Could it be magick? The occult returns to the art world

    Could it be magick? The occult returns to the art world – from The Guardian Best known as a musical dissident with the proto-industrial bandThrobbing Gristle and later Psychic TV, Breyer P-Orridge has made visual art for decades as… Continue Reading

The Psychic Paintings of Spiritualist Artist Georgiana Houghton

Spiritualist artist Georgiana Houghton gets UK exhibition Overlooked painter is becoming recognised as being decades ahead of abstract pioneers such as Wassily Kandinsky. She has been dismissed as an eccentric, amateur artist who claimed to talk to the dead and… Continue Reading