to showcase and exhibit one’s creative works, delivered straight from the heart,
carried onto canvas and into the viewers eyes, mind, heart and home.
This space is my very own gallery wall of creation for all to enjoy.
Feel free to contact me for any commission works or if you’d be interested in any of these collections / prints.
Thank you for your magic
and I hope to have you here more often.
Nyarlathothep and the Quabalah
The Qabalah has become a grave subject in spiritual peoples as more and more are waking up to the complexity of truth within it, of its supremacy. This is an ancient abstruse arrangement used to describe the structure of the universe and the way in which reality manifests from the top down, and the bottom up. This system correlates profoundly with the Chakra arrangement, as well as Tarot, among many other ancient and contemporary esoteric practices.
azathoth and the mad arab
Azathoth is a deity in the Cthulhu Mythos and Dream Cycle stories of writer H. P. Lovecraft and other authors. He is the ruler of the Outer Gods.
zulu warriors collection
Impi is a Zulu word for any armed body of men. This is a graphic and digitally manipulated collection of prints. The collection is made up of different and multiple aspects of Zulu tradition and African mysticism.
Heirlooms of the Earth
These are negative images, part of a collection of five. I was very surprised how this internal energy of creation flowed out of me through conceiving this idea; Heirlooms of the Earth- We are. Each of the works can be identified with as human. But it doesn’t matter what the viewer is experiencing, the work is about allowing the viewer into the experience that is created. The late Ethnobotanist, lecturer, author, mystic, and activist for the responsible use of psychedelic plants, Terence McKenna, stated that Nature is not an enemy, to be beaten and defeated. Nature is we, ourselves, to be cherished, nurtured and explored.
Benjamin Sainte-Clémentine is an English artist, poet, vocalist, composer, and musician. The inscription on the artwork reads ‘don’t play with songs, music is not mocked as fears toy, tear joys.’
This is a new series I’ve started working on, Illustrating the rainbow nation and it’s multi-cultural background and traditions. Eventually when the project is completed, I will be able to compile a Zine comic-styled book and extensive info-graphic. This is my Ndebele woman, a stunningly playful representation of a traditional Ndebele doll.
At once stunning, protective, seductive, and hazardous, the water spirit Mami Wata (Mother Water) is celebrated throughout much of Africa and the African Atlantic. A rich display of arts surrounds her, as well as a host of other aquatic spirits, all honoring the vital, sacred nature of water. Mami Wata is often depicted as a mermaid, a snake charmer, or a combination of both.