Goddess Art Gallery

  • Tuesday, April 30, 2019 11:06 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    The art of Sue Miller

    Sue Miller was raised Susan Pacheco in South Dartmouth Massachusetts. She began painting at a young age and was inspired by her artist father Tony Pacheco. She graduated from Dartmouth High School and attended South Eastern Massachusetts University (now called University of Massachusetts), where she studied fine arts. Sue also had private art lessons with legendary painters Milton Healey and Rachel Farrington and Margret La-shoot.

    Sue enjoyed a career of 20 years as a professional graphic artist. She worked in advertising agencies, art departments, newspaper art departments, department store art departments etc. During these years as a graphic artist, Sue was able to express her creativity on the job.
    She considers herself lucky to have been able to draw and design daily for so many years. Today Sue runs her own business called The Magic Palette Art Studio where she has taught thousands of students to draw and paint for the past 15 years.


  • Sunday, March 31, 2019 10:35 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Mystical Willow Art
    Colleen Koziara

    Colleen attended the American Academy of Art in Chicago, and currently lives her life in the near suburbs of Chicago living her dream of spending her days doing art and interacting with Seniors.

    Colleen has illustrated 25 books including Magickal Places (Citadel), Seasons of the Sun (Weiser), and Exploring Celtic Druidism (CareerPress/NewPage).  The most recent coming to press in the next year are The Big Blue Herd, a book for adults that work supporting children who are in grief, and The Magical Forest (working name) which is a tale written by a woman and her counselor documenting her journey to wellness, and reconnection, from a life of abuse and a multiple personality disorder.  Colleen has been presenting, writing and providing art for Circle Sanctuary since 2002, most recently designing the PSG logos for 2010-2018. Colleen has been showing her work in private and juried shows in the Chicago area since 2004.

    Colleen is the Owner and CEO of Beyond Bingo, Inc., a Senior Wellness Consulting & Programming Firm;  an award winning designer of programming for seniors, and author of Taking Flight! A Senior Whole Life Wellness Handbook for seniors and caregivers.  Her most recent program Murals to Remember ™ is a facilitated mural program that connects seniors with Alzheimers, and their caregivers, families and wider community members and assists them to create murals that foster reminiscence, the maintenance of cognitive function and interpersonal connections, and provide a renewed sense of pride and accomplishment. 

    Colleen gives workshops and seminars on a variety of topics and does private art instruction from her home for all ages, as well as art instruction for seniors in the Chicagoland area.  Colleen does Body Art; Custom Tattoo Designs; Visionary Art; and Commissioned pieces manifest from the visions and dreams of her clients. Mystical Willow Productions is the umbrella name for her Artistic Endeavors.

    Colleen has been an active member of the Pagan community for more than 30 years, is an Ovate member of OBOD, and a Reiki Master.  For the past 7+ years Colleen has been working directly with an Elder to train as a traditional firekeeper and water pourer for sweatlodges, with the goal to be the creation of a new type of lodge, created with reverence and honor to those who preceded us here on this land, and a remembering of the lands where we came from, and a combining of these things to do all honor to The Earth that now sustains us all and needs our help and healing to survive. 

    Colleen describes each of her works as “Doorways”, through which she hopes the viewer will travel to seek that which is hidden deeper within the image, and possibly on their visual journey, find doorways of their own to mysteries hidden deeper within themselves.   Colleen’s pieces give voice to the connection between the natural world and the magical realms, helping to reaffirm the magic within.



  • Thursday, February 28, 2019 11:25 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)

    The Art of Mollie Kellogg

    Mollie Kellogg

    About Mollie Kellogg and her Incognito Witch Project:

    Creative sorceress Mollie Kellogg conjures a magickal world on canvas. Mortals are transformed into mystical beings draped in mysterious fabrics, adorned with jewels and leaves, often wearing messy lipstick with a signature flash of color under their eyes. True-to-life figures emerge from a textured, glitter-embedded realm, evoking a Mother Nature archetype. Power, strength, attraction, empathy and vulnerability fight for dominance.

    See the series: http://molliekellogg.com/works/category/witches.html

    Incognito Witch paintings reveal the subject’s hidden psyche, or inner magick, which has often been suppressed to meet society’s expectations. "Hopefully instead of just making pretty pictures, I am making something that has an impact on people,"explains Mollie Kellogg during a recent reception.
    Watch presentation:

    Since its inception, many have expressed their bucket-list desire to be a part of the project, finding the “hidden magick” message empowering, “I love the Incognito Witch character because she inspires you to let your inner magic shine. Mollie Kellogg is such an inspiration through her words, her mind, and her art.”Another commented, “Mollie is using her art to encourage the expression and celebration of the gifts of hidden magic that exist in all of us.”

    Kellogg has taken her message of encouraging self-acceptance from canvas to film in a series of shorts about “G” (short for Goddess) the Incognito Witch, a character inspired by her first painting of the series. Film screenings include Los Angeles, London, Miami, and schools in Mumbai. Most recently, Mollie stars in the quirky award-winning 5-minute film Incognito Witch: Paint My Life.
    Watch film:

    Ocean Goddess by Mollie Kellogg

    Sunrise by Mollie Kellogg

    A Matter of Time by Mollie Kellogg

    The Witches potion by Mollie Kellogg

    You Me Us by Mollie Kellogg

    Contact Mollie Kellogg at artist@molliekellogg.com for more information on the Incognito Witch Project visit www.incognitowitch.com.

  • Wednesday, January 30, 2019 11:39 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Martina Hoffmann

    Martina Hoffmann’s paintings are detailed views into her inner landscapes - imagery that has been inspired by expanded states of consciousness. The Visionary Symbolism of Martina Hoffmann is decidedly feminine and places the ‘Universal Woman’ in an intimate cosmos. She transcribes her reflections on the nature of humanity’s connection to the All in a realistic style which marries the fantastic to the sacred.
    Martina Hoffmann has spoken on behalf of visionary art and culture at symposiums and festivals as well as having taught painting workshops worldwide together with her late husband, the Fantastic Realist Robert Venosa. Her art and photography have been published internationally books, including ‘Modern Consciousness Research and The Understanding of Art’ by Stanislav Grof.
    A world citizen since her childhood in West Africa, the artist keeps a home and studio in both, the USA and France. She has exhibited her work since 1985 and is represented in the permanent collection of NAIA Museum in Rochefort-En-Terre, France.
    www.martinahoffmann.com , contact: art@martinahoffmann,com


  • Sunday, December 30, 2018 2:10 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    The Art of Beth Budesheim

    Evident in Beth's work is the honoring of the living sacred presence in all things. She is inspired by an inner vision, contemplations, and personal experiences of the soul, psyche and energy field within and all around us. The canvas is a place she connects, plays, self explores, and receives intuitive guidance. Many of her earlier paintings served as a way to document the clairvoyant experiences she had during energy medicine studies and personal meditations. This then evolved into a realization that she could 'see' for others, and she began offering the intuitive Goddess Energy Portraits™.

    A painting, Beth says, can serve as a merging place of spiritual energy and wisdom with physical reality; it can be a place to empower what is wanting to be realized or illuminated within us. To accomplish this alchemy, she takes her seed of inspiration into sacred intent, and through meditation, intuition, creative joy and present moment flow, allows the piece to unfold organically.

    See more of her work: www.BethBudesheim.com

  • Friday, November 30, 2018 1:04 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Art by Heidi Cooper

    Northern Michigan Mom, fruit farmer, and hospitality hostess at Rocky Top Farms, sometime painter.
    Email to inquire

  • Wednesday, October 31, 2018 9:50 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    The Art of Lauren Curtis

    Dream of Trees

    Lauren Curtis was graduated with a BFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, in 1988.   She enjoys working in a variety of media, including  oils, acrylics, pen & ink, watercolor and photography.   The artist is happiest when creating pieces that represent her love of nature, wildlife, travel and spiritual subject matter.  BirdwatcherOctober2012sm

    The  symbology  and mythology of ancient cultures such as Egyptian, Greco-Roman and Celtic are fused with the symbols of modern -day , natural spiritual practices, to form a unique and eclectic style. 

    These images are often portrayed through the woman’s perspective, showing the importance of “The Feminine” , which is sometimes over-looked.  

    Travel is another  major influence in Lauren’s work and the pieces, usually photographs, created from these journeys helps the artist  to convey the beauty  found in diversity, as well as in the similarities, that run through various cultural belief-systems.

    Lauren has had artwork and poetry published by  greeting card and crafter companies, magazines and historical organizations, including the Middlesex County Cultural & Heritage Commission.  One of her pieces was selected for the permanent collection of the Joyce Kilmer Library in central NJ. 

    Her work has been displayed in private collections, healthcare centers and galleries and was selected for a solo exhibit at Johnson &Johnson World Headquarters, July-August, 2009.  She was a featured artist on the Science Channel‘s TV show Oddities in December, 2011 through June, 2012 and has done radio interviews as well.  Lauren has participated in over 95 solo,  group & juried exhibitions and is  also a member of several NJ Arts organizations. 

    Her artwork has been sold throughout the US and abroad,  and can  be seen in  venues in NJ, NY, MA and PA.

    http://laurencurtisart.weebly.com  (NEW fine art site!)
    http://laurencurtis.wordpress.com  (my Blog)
    http://www.facebook.com/LaurenCurtisArtTalonArt (Facebook Fine Art Page)

    http://www.LaurenCurtisArt.com (commercial & fine art)  
    http://www.laurencurtis.imagekind.com (cards, T-shirts, photography, illustration)


    Mother's Lament






    Morgana's Murder

  • Friday, September 28, 2018 10:07 AM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Artist Carolina Gonzalez

    Carolina Gonzalez is the chief Spiritist at the Camino De Yara Portal, a small online + off-line Spiritist group, as well as a well known blogger and artisan on the Internet Pagan community. Along with her husband, a Medium and artisan, she offers Spiritual services and selected supplies devoted to the worship of the Tres Potencias, a form of Afro-Latin Spiritism originated in Venezuela, a country that has been tied to her own ancestry for many generations.

    Carolina was born, and still lives, in Tenerife, one of the beautiful Canary Islands, located in the Northwest coast of Africa. Her aboriginal ancestors, the Guanches, as well as African mysticism and magic, are essential on her perspectives on Art and Spirituality.

    When not performing Spiritual Work for her customers, Carolina can be found wildharvesting and replanting endemic herbs, learning and practising disappearing forms of traditional crafts, and painting her island's mesmerizing landscapes. She is also a guest author at Pagan Square's blog and of Soul Path Magazine, and has been interviewed at over 40 websites and magazines over the past 10 years.

    Camino De Yara: http://caminodeyara.indiemade.com/

    Gaia – Acrylic On Canvas, 2010

    Marie Laveau – Acrylic On Canvas, 2011.

    Flora – Colour Pencils On Fine Arts Paper, 2012.

    Oya – Acrylic On Canvas, 2011.

    Elohim Haniel – Colour Pencils On Fine Arts Paper, 2013.


  • Thursday, August 30, 2018 8:05 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    E. Tobin Eckian

    Born in Ohio in 1960. Influenced by Slovakian oil painting, paternal Grandmother and still using some of her tools, pencils and paint.

     In several world-wide collections. Tobin (nickname meaning "To Be In") began making crushed pigments and crayon encaustics by the age of 8 at the side of a well in her driveway in Eastern Pennsylvania. She began painting at age 17, left home to go to the Rocky Mountains in 1978, moved to New England in 1980. She started selling work in early 1980's. "The beneficence of Nature" is the underlying theme in Tobin's art practice.

    Art Statement
    My work is based around connecting to my "deep" heart, the Effi mah between the third and fourth chakra.  It is here that I feel most regenerated in every sense so I focus on that as I paint. I like to work with Nature Elements as I go because they are all very real to me and like to play with creating beauty.


  • Monday, July 30, 2018 12:40 PM | Wise Woman (Administrator)
    Artist Shauna Caldwell

    Shauna Caldwell is an artist from Boone, NC. Her roots in Appalachia and her relationship with the environment inspire her, allowing her to create work based around themes of sacred relationships, women's empowerment, and transformation. She is also interested in using artistic processes that connect her to her home, like making paper and photographic emulsions using plants from the area.

    "Being an Appalachian woman and herbalist, I feel committed to the empowerment of the women in my community through their relationships with the plants around them. This includes empowering myself by researching traditional Appalachian herbalism and learning from the many teachers, grandparents, and other members of my community who possess this knowledge. These women have a very intimate connection to the land and a beautiful and poetic way of communicating through plants and herbal medicine. I want to express my gratitude for the present and future connections with these soft and quiet voices of the past. My intention is to create the images in this series in collaboration with my mentors, teachers, and elders because they have their own histories, their own stories, and a connection to the Earth that we need right now."




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