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Witches of East End

Wed Jun 25, 2014, 9:51 AM

Based on Melissa de la Cruz's New York Times best-selling novel, Witches of East End centers on the Beauchamp family, where in season one sisters Freya and Ingrid discovered they are witches with ancient magical powers. With the help of their mother Joanna and Aunt Wendy, they learned how to cultivate their craft and work together to defeat unearthly enemies seeking revenge on their family, while keeping their abilities a secret from the town.

This season, with the portal to Asgard open, what comes through will forever change the lives of the Beauchamps. Darkness surrounds East End as a new stranger arrives. Joanna is still weak with poison in her blood as the Beauchamps search desperately for a cure. With the death of Penelope, Killian and Dash's warlock powers return. #DarknessIsRising

The Creative Team behind The Witches of East End want to participate with you in a visual conversation celebrating the magical and mysterious world of witchcraft.

The team will be browsing the group galleries over the next 14 days and will offer selected deviants the option to share their deviations through the official Witches of East End social media platforms in return for $100.*

Take a look at the trailers, consult your magic crystal balls, connect with your inner powers and pull from your galleries the most exquisite and exotic witchcraft you can find from your work!

* You may be offered, if selected, an option to accept $100 in return for Lifetime Television obtaining the right to use your deviation on a non-exclusive basis as a social post on one or all of Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Google + or a similar social platform each in connection with the promotion of the Witches of East End. You are free to decline the offer. Offer may be subject to signing an additional agreement at the request of Lifetime. If you elect to make fan art with the images provided in this article by Lifetime, you agree that you have a limited license to use the images non-commercially in social networks such as deviantART. Lifetime also agrees that it cannot use any of your work commercially outside of this Group without your additional permission.

From the covens, rings, tribes, and sects of deviantart.

The artist's interest in the images conjured up by "witchcraft" has continued unabated for over 1000 years. What fired the mind of Goya to produce Witches' Sabbath in 1798 still blazes in the imaginations of the artists of the DeviantArt community. There are over 10 million images associated with witchcraft on the deviantART website.

How To Submit Your Own Work!

  • 1. Go to the Witches of East End Group Gallery
  • 2. Press the + button next to the gallery title, and select "Contribute an existing deviation."
  • 3. Select the image from your gallery you'd like to submit, and then press the green "Submit" button.
  • 4. Your image will now be featured in the group gallery!

The Witches of East End creative team has conjured up the following images to act as inspiration for other Witches of East End gallery submissions.

Download the images and feel free to manipulate, redraw, or create your own fanart inspired by the show!


Have you ever seriously experimented with witchcraft? What was your intent?


Do you believe there is such a thing as "witchcraft" in which spells, for bad or good intent, can be cast that circumvent the general scientific rules of physics? Or is witchcraft just another fairy tale narrative to teach children caution and entertain adults?


What are your feelings about Wicca, the "witch religion," seeking to reunite with ancient Pagan animist spiritual beliefs?


Would your interest in practicing witchcraft embody transformation into an entirely different lifestyle and belief system? Or would you just like to have some potent memorized incantations for turning troublesome people at work into newts and toads?

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fennecfoxlily14 Featured By Owner Jul 28, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Can I affiliate my group WitchesAndWiccans?
Reign-Of-Wild-Fire Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
<3 omfg, that is beautiful... ewe
fennecfoxlily14 Featured By Owner Sep 24, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
Reign-Of-Wild-Fire Featured By Owner Edited Sep 24, 2014  Hobbyist Digital Artist
"WitchesAndWiccans" I'd definetly join that....
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stephieme14741666 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
I believe some is beautiful but most is monstrous....
stephieme14741666 Featured By Owner Jul 16, 2014  Student Traditional Artist
I believe most witchcraft is used for evil, but some is good for knowing, just to be cautious..... Like astrology, for example is really interesting..... I believe in witchcraft but might as well not play with it at all..... If your curious and you want to know more, it may be for your own good.....
BronyMonster Featured By Owner Jul 6, 2014
witchcraft is like driving a car it can be dangerous or used to bring you to a breathtaking place (sometimes literally) depending on the person behind the wheel and if i had the choice id trade this life for basically his life with magic. id be myself only with powers
Black-Battlecat Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014  Hobbyist General Artist
To have good spells, there must be bad spells. The very core of all we know and all we see is developed by the natural law of balance. If it lives, it must die, if it is good, it must have evil to maintain. Where there is ebb, there is flow. Everything has an equal and opposite counterpart. Be it natural or man made. Practicing white magick (notice the correct spelling) and not recognizing black magick is dangerous for a real witch.
Sawman200 Featured By Owner Jul 5, 2014
I've been working on a book for nearly two years now to portray my experience with "supernatural experiences". If you really want to know where it all came ashore in the county, research the occult history in Louisiana in the 17th and 18th centuries. Do it with an open mind and forget everything you think you know about witchcraft, or your Wicca. You will never speak lightly of it again. You will think differently about the life you live now. 
Itdowhat Featured By Owner Jun 30, 2014  Professional Photographer
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