The Winter Season is coming, with the new year just around the bend. Yet this year still is good for some surprises... with much joy I have received the news that again a piece of mine has been chosen for Windsong Foundation's annual Pagan Calendar!
Odin the Wanderer will be your warden of January, if you purchase this very special selection of pictures from artists from all around the world! So if anyone still is looking for a special gift for Yule or Christmas, this might be the place to go:
Still looking for the perfect Christmas/Yule present?
Look no further!
The 2017 Pagan Calendar, published by Windsong Foundation, a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation and continuation of polytheistic practices, gives you works from artists from across the world. Among them is featured a print of my Asa-Thor painting, which was picked exclusively for the calendar.
So, if you follow any Heathen tradition, whether you consider yourself Asatrú, Slavic or Celtic..., or just being in love with myth and culture, this might be the gift for you.
You can buy it via Amazon here: http://amzn.to/2hdJtZK
Have a good Winter
Again I have the pleasure to feature a bunch of gifted artists who delved into the realm of the mysterious and the macabre, and participated in the latest contest hosted by group #GrimGloomTale (https://www.deviantart.com/grimgloomtale) , for this time also one in the realm of the wet and the fishy. To dream about mermaids can take you to memorable daydreams... I hope you will enjoy those the contest winners' entries will give you!
You can view all the entries here and the group's winning results here .
And the winners are...
Please give these special artists your time and co
A little feature around the time of Spring... yet the contest has nothing to do with emerging flowers and funny hares... it is about visions of grim and somber tones usually, as this is another contest hosted by group #GrimGloomTale (https://www.deviantart.com/grimgloomtale) and again, it is one worth of notice.
Resuming the pieces made for the contest It seems to me that the mood and colour of most are in a way lighter and more positive than common in this group. It might be that the topic 'time travelling device' has a more positive connotation than past themes and put more optimism into the artistic process. Within the literary entries however, there are some distinctly ghas
12 times the illustrious yet decidedly spooky group #GrimGloomTale (https://www.deviantart.com/grimgloomtale) has called out for an art contest - this time daring the contributors to immerse themselves in water... artistically. Whoever is not yet familiar with the group profile should definitely check them out. The group folders showcase artwork of consistently high quality depictions of anything gloomy, ghastly, and refreshingly tasteful macabre! While you can see all the entries here I give you a feature of the winners alone, presented with their winning piece and picks from their galleries. While choosing is always difficult, you won't regret taking a second look into the art