July 1st, 2015
Hope and Feathers Gallery is proud to host The Witch’s Mark for the month of July, 2015. Curated by New England based visual-artist Courtney Brooke Hall, the diverse group show represents a visual exploration of the spiritual self through the feminine connection to nature. Exhibiting photographs, paintings, sculptures, and illustrations from both international and American […]
June 25th, 2015
Warning :: The Post Contains Graphic Material It’s a rare occasion that I need to preface a post with a warning of any sort, but I fear that even for our most seasoned readers this may be a slight bit graphic. Pictured here are the raw and intensely candid photographs of The Body Farm research facility, […]
June 17th, 2015
Unbelievable airbrushed makeup by makeup artist Lisa Berzcal of Battledress special effect and makeup house. If you are wondering, the top model’s right eye was taped shut for the shoot-the hollowness is created just from shadowing.
June 11th, 2015
Despite the difficulties I have encountered trying to think of proper adjectives to describe the crystal encrusted insects, creatures, and arachnids of Tyler Thrasher, each piece is singularly unique and distinct. Shockingly affordable, these will surely be a welcome addition to any cabinet of curiosities.
May 23rd, 2015
Opening Saturday, May 23 in New York City’s Last Rites Gallery, is Jasmine Worth’s latest collection of paintings, entitled Dark Night of the Soul. In Dark Night of the Soul, Worth explores the act of transformation through suffering in a series of fifteen oil paintings. Inspired by both the Occult and female experience, the artist […]
May 12th, 2015
One more thing I need on my bookshelves: The Perfect Medium: Photography and the Occult, which features more than 250 images from occult societies and private and public collections, many never before published, each claiming to capture a genuine occurrence of paranormal phenomena. Ranging from the Victorian era up until the 1960s, this treasure trove […]
May 1st, 2015
Taxidermist-turned-confectioner Annabel de Vetten-Peterson (aka Annabel Lecter) of the The Conjurer’s Kitchen has recently launched a Kickstarter campaign to take her work to the next level- buying a professional chocolate tempering machine so that she no longer has to create her amazing edible artwork on the kitchen stove. Wait, on the kitchen stove??? Some days […]
April 29th, 2015
Rik Garret explores the historical and personal relationships between witchcraft, femininity, and nature. His images invoke the primal song of the witch woman in us all, cohesively blending raw power and sexuality with a connection with the earth. Available to purchase directly from the artist or publisher, Fulgar Esoterica, and featuring an introduction by the […]