Here is a selection of my art available here for purchase in the form of signed prints.

Each image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper, and comes hand signed by me.

Not only do you get some cool art, but you will have the satisfaction of knowing that you are directly supporting a gay polyamorous warlock, and by extension you are giving the finger to the establishment. 😉

IO EVOHE! Blessed be.

–Storm Faerywolf

“Melek Ta’us, the Peacock Angel”
©2006

To the Yezidi people of Kurdistan (Northern Iraq), Melek Ta’us, the Peacock Angel, is the God of the world. Related to such figures as Lucifer and Azazel, outsiders have considered this angelic being to be a fallen angel at best and the devil at worst. Those who worship him know that after he fell to earth he repented for his sins, having filled seven jars with his tears to extinguish the fires of Hell. To practitioners of the Faery tradition of Witchcraft he is a manifestation of the Blue God; a central figure who represents our own GodSelf, as well as the GodSelf of the planet.

This piece is inspired by the work of artist Paul Rucker, whose painting of the same name inspired me to begin making art devoted to the Blue God of Faery. Certain traditional elements (peacock wings, flames, the serpent, the rising sun and the morning star) have been recreated here. I have also included earthen jars and shards to represent the seven from the myth, as well as included an original sigil on one of the jars for the invocation of Melek Ta’us.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“Arida, The Well of the Rising Sun”
©2011

The Goddesses of the Primal Elements are unique Underworld forces that serve as the energetic blueprint for the physical elements that we know of here in the Middleworld.

Arida often appears to me as the silhouette of a hawk made of morning sunlight, flying from the east amongst the clouds. Hers is the raw power of inspiration, the first breath we take upon being born… and the final breath we take in this life. She is the power of the gentle breeze, the scent of wildflowers, the churning clouds, the hurricane, the cyclone, and the eternal whirlwind that strips away all illusion and grants the power of sight and true knowledge. She shines up from the darkness below (as the sun rises from the darkness beneath the horizon each morning) and embodies the presence of earthly (and otherworldly) knowledge.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“Tana, The Well of the Liquid Flame”
©2011

The Goddesses of the Primal Elements are unique Underworld forces that serve as an energetic blueprint for the physical elements that we know of in the Middleworld.

Tana has appeared to me as liquid fire, sometimes molten magma, but at others simply plasma in a liquid-like form. Sometimes she appears as lightning, arcing from the sky and into the earth. She is often dancing wild, ecstatic, sparks and flames jumping from her burning aura as she moves. She is the explosive power of all fire, whether that be in the smallest candle flame, or in a raging inferno, or the nuclear processes in the heart of every star. She is the geo-thermal power in the center of the earth, as well as the heat and adrenaline in our bodies. She brings both change, and destruction, as heat can cause chemical changes in objects (as in food being cooked, or stones changing characteristics when exposed to higher temperatures while forming) or even completely obliterate them (a forest or building burning to the ground in a raging fire).

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“Heva Leviathan Tiamat, The Well of the Watery Abyss”
©2011

The Goddesses of the Primal Elements are unique Underworld forces that serve as an energetic blueprint for the physical elements that we know of in the Middleworld.

Heva Leviathian Tiamat often appears to me as a breaking of primal waters… opening up from the darkness below the waves and rising up to the surface. Sometimes she is the kraken itself; many tentacles stretching from the dark unknown waters below. She is the primal waters of birth; that which gave life to this planet and in fact sustains all life. But she is also the terrible unforgiving waves that lead to destruction.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“Verr-Avna, The Deep Well of Space”
©2011

The Goddesses of the Primal Elements are unique Underworld forces that serve as an energetic blueprint for the physical elements that we know of in the Middleworld.

The strange Goddess Verr-Avna often appears to me as a decomposing corpse wearing a black wedding dress! She often will perform feats of physical prowess unattainable by the human form, such as walking on walls or the ceiling, as if to demonstrate that physical laws do not bind her, as she is physical law. She is the presence of earthly matter and space, and the processes of energy coalescing into a tangible form.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“Sugma’ad, The Well of Stars”
©2011

The Goddesses of the Primal Elements are unique Underworld forces that serve as an energetic blueprint for the physical elements that we know of in the Middleworld.

Beyond even the pre-extant elemental forms lies the conscious possibility of them. This consciousness is the Sugma’ad; the Star Goddess. She appears in a multitude of forms, most notably a woman with jet-black skin with the head of a lioness and great wings of a bat. She sits on a throne of polished onyx with the silver egg of creation resting in her lap. She is the primal Goddess of creation; the great cosmic womb from which all things emerge and into which all things return. She is life and oblivion all in one; the beautiful and terrible explosion of chaos and possibility.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“The Empress”
©2010

The Empress is the complete unfolding of the Divine Feminine; the powers of fertility, creation, and inspiration. She is the fecund earth, the primal womb of the stars. She is the flower that opens in innocence… yet she is not naive. She reveals her unbridled beauty to us, but she ever remains a mystery, symbolized by her mask, beyond which we may never see. Her foundation is that of the unconscious, symbolized by the crescent moon at her feet, and She is seen emerging from the cosmic sea; the primal waters of stellar creation. In the Feri tradition She is the Star Goddess in Her aspect of Mari, the Great Mother. Seven roses in the colors of the spectrum emerge from Her holy presence… representing beauty, openness, and completion. The red rose of sexual desire marks Her holy yoni; the great womb of creation, while the blue rose of mystery hides just out of reach behind Her. Those who approach Her with respect may yet grasp the rose… but deny Her power and risk drowning in the stellar waters of the abyss.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“The Emperor”
©2010

Standing before animal skins in a cultivated field, the Emperor emanates the powers of focus, discernment, and the rule of law. He wields the powers of structure and stability, as evidenced by the earthen bricks that comprise his world. His solar halo denotes his mental expansiveness and sense of self, while the eagle depicts clear sight, along with the ability to rise above the details of a given situation to grant an understanding of ‘the big picture’. The sky is filled with an ancient map of the Roman Empire, a reminder that his is rule of law, and of unification. The Taurean bull draws our attention to those earthy astrological qualities, such as steadfastness, and stability, and marks his time of the year as being that of late Spring. At his foot rests a black cube that glows green with the elemental powers of Earth. Upon his chest he is marked with a tree, indicating that his is also the nature of growth and nurturing.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“The Moon”
©2010

The Moon shines in the mysterious dark, stirring the primal forces deep below. This card calls to our unconscious; our deepest fears as well as our fantasies… and shines the light of the goddess upon them so that they may yet come to fruition. Here. Diana shines in her silver orb above, inspiring the howls of the wolves below; our own primal natures summoned forth. The crayfish rises from below to answer the call of the moon; but this can also be a warning of things to come. Things may not be as they seem. Is it a vision? Or simply delusion? Only by passing through the space made by holding both extremes will we be able to move beyond our current situation, and embody the lessons the moon has to teach us.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“The Page of Cups”
©2010

The Page of Cups can represent a young and fair male or female when it appears in a reading. This is the card of imagination; our young page holds aloft a shining cup filled with light and a colorful fish, representing the Piscean energies of this card. He stands naked upon a backdrop of ocean waves, and indicator of both his innocence, and the depths of the unconscious. This card represents the gift of foresight, and of artistic and creative talent.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“The Devil”
©2010

With a lewd expression, the Devil draws our attention to his sex, obscured by the emblem of the physical plane: an inverted pentacle with the head of a goat. His wings remind us that he is indeed an angelic being; though fallen out of love for humankind. In Christian mythos the Devil is something to be feared and rebuked, but older stories tell of how the devil fell not out of disobedience or egotism, but out of loyalty to the creator who had ordered him to never bow before anyone or anything, save God. The devil is a sexual being; he reminds us of our bestial nature, but he also carries with him a warning. For to delve too deeply into his mysteries can easily become a trap; the sensuality of the human experience can all too often bind us to our lower natures and keep us ignorant. The chains behind our randy devil evoke this sense of spiritual bondage, while the eye in the distance reminds us to keep ever vigilant, lest we too fall into the abyss of our own egos, and into the ignorance of societal conditioning.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“The Chariot”
©2005

The chariot is in constant motion, leading us onward toward victory. Wings adorn the vehicle, indicating that it has the ability to take flight, rising above adversity. The solar disc shines as a beacon of consciousness to illuminate the dark unknown ahead. A canopy of stars invokes the guiding and protecting powers of Deity. Drawn by the dual forces of opposition (here depicted by two sphinxes; one black, the other white) this card represents the necessity of decision; standing at a crossroads with the momentum of the past urging us forward. The charioteer, prepared for battle, wears an armored helmet to protect him from outside thoughts so that he may focus his energies and make decisions without distraction. Lines of motion swirl in the background, invoking the chaotic energy that is inerrant in this card.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“The Hermit”
©2005

The Hermit represents knowledge gained by stepping away from community and turning within. Here we see depicted a man stepping out of the light of consciousness and facing the darkness of the unknown. He holds a lantern to aid his sight, the light of which is the light of his focused awareness, directed into the outer darkness. Traditionally the Hermit is an aged man, dressed in sagely robes and holding a staff. My Hermit is youthful and naked, his staff replaced with his sex which —encircled by the light of his awareness— reminds us that spiritual power and sexual sovereignty are intimately entwined.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“The High Priest”
©2010

The High Priest is the manifestation of the Luciferian Gnosis; the full realization of the Divine within. He is the keeper of knowledge, and the bestower of wisdom. In this interpretation he is also the Peacock Lord of both Feri and middle Eastern myth, who embodies the Divine presence of all of humanity, mediating that presence into the world. Two peacocks wait obediently at his feet, while the black serpent twines around his feet, manifesting this spiritual presence in the physical, while also rising in the form of kundalini to channel sexual energy into a spiritual expression. The pentalce of five elements is emblazoned on his chest, signifying his radiant balance with the elemental powers.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“Black Ana of the Forbidden Mysteries”
©2012

What we have come to know as Ana is a very ancient power. She has been known by many, many names. Anna, or Annys… The Winter Queen. Hecate. The Morrigu. As the Cailleach we know that She was already ancient when the pre-Christian settlers arrived in Ireland. She is a primal Dark Goddess. She is the Crone; the Hag. The Queen of the Dead. She is the Spirit of Nighttime; the body of the sleeping Earth in Winter. She is the archetypal witch and all who practice the Craft are of Her order.

She may appear as a very old woman wrapped in a hooded black cloak. Her skin and Her hair are pure white. She holds a great curved silver sickle, and She is crowned with nine (or, sometimes strangely, “9 plus”) stars. Her emblem is a black raven, or the vulture.

Here she is shown spinning the golden threads of fate, Her scythe ready to make the fatal cut. She can also be seen in ‘Grandmother Spider’, the Native American Goddess of creation who steals the sun and fire for the world. As an otherworldy Goddess she is shown here with both belladonna (deadly nightshade) and with fly agaric, the mushroom that grants visions and was an ingredient with many a witches flying ointment recipe.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“The Royal Darkness”
©2004

This is my version of the Arddu, the Faery God of death.

Traditionally he has the head of a goat, and the breasts of an old woman, but He has never appeared to me in that guise. Here He is depicted with the head of a bull, a symbol that I feel better reflects His mighty power and primal nature.

He is the Guardian of the Crossroads, and the great teacher. All who would pass through the dread gate must first confront Him. He can represent our own fears, and the ecstasy that we can experience when we face them.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.

“BlueGod of the Elves”
©2001

The Blue God is a major figure in the F(a)eri(e) tradition of Witchcraft, and represents our own divine natures. Being at once both spiritual and sexual, He is a reminder that our own desires and drives are inherently Divine in origin.

Again we see the traditional symbols associated with the Feri BlueGod… peacock feathers, serpents, youthfulness. Added here are wings that He donned in some personal experiences that I have had with Him, as well as a vortex that I hope further expresses the psychedelic nature of the Gods of Feri.

Image is printed on heavy-duty 8 1/2″x11″ photo paper,
and comes hand signed by the artist.