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Prayers to the Anemoi
The Anemoi are the Wind Gods of the Hellenic Pantheon. Each corresponds to a cardinal direction and a season. Hesiod mentions only three of the Wind Gods, Boreas, Notos, and Zephyros. When he wrote his "Theogony" the Greeks only observed three seasons: Winter (Boreas), Summer (Notos), and Spring (Zephyros). By the time of Homer's "Odyssey" we see the inclusion of Euros, the Wind God of Autumn. …
My Evolution of Artistry
Over the years I have taken hundreds of commissions, creating one of a kind sacred cult images ensouled with amulets to harness the power of the Gods. When I started taking commissions a statue would take me a little under 12 hours to create from start to finish. However, the more I sculpted, the more I studied the work of artists in museums, and the more …
Hidden Gods: Eos
As an artist that specializes in cult iconography I am often approached by clients who are looking for a representation for obscure Gods. Often times these Gods have no known representation, or representations that have not gained popularity to join the mass production market. I have even found myself sculpting statues of Gods I couldn't find for my personal cult such as Nemesis, Melusine, and Hekate …
The Cult of the Witch Queen
It is no surprise that my favorite art subjects are my patron Gods, Pan and Hekate. However, overwhelmingly it is Hekate Who has been my most popular, especially among polytheistic witches. This is because my representation specifically focuses on Her as Queen of Witches. It is for this reason that my iconography of Hekate has been so controversial. My cult iconography pulls from many sources, either …