Spring Valley, CA, USA
Represented by: Mz Urban Art (small works project), NYC, NY
Art Medium: painting, portraits, mixed media
Figures conjured though multiple thin layers are painted over a highly-textured gesso base, metallic underpainting, and experimental pouring to create a magickal mixed-media, glitter-embedded realm from which they emerge. A “must-see in person.”
“I see my art as a way to promote self-acceptance, laughter, play, healing, community and personal possibility,” says Kellogg. The hidden inner magick message resonates with like-minded individuals, participants, and organizations that support a mission to change the world through art. “Mollie Kellogg helped me get in touch with my inner self again after I had struggled from a traumatic accident. I felt so empowered! I want more people to feel that freedom,” says commissionee Incognito Mindy. Nicole McVeigh blogs at Embody You Muse: “Her style and use of colour immediately drew me in. What a great reminder to live all that one is, instead of hiding the inner magick we have.”
Selfies have emerged as the perfect vehicle for all the folks who want to participate in the Project, taking matters into their own hands. Submitted Selfies, shot by subjects of all ages and genders world-wide, can be viewed at www.GingerAnxiety.com. “Completely liberating!” says Selfie submitter, Incognito Amanda of New Zealand. “Want to have an experience that reeks of magick? Good art has a way of revealing that inner self to us. That’s the magick I’m talking about,” Incognito David blogs on Ground Zero. “It was and still is one of the coolest experiences I have ever had with art,” he says.
Learn more about the Project at www.IncognitoWitch.com. You Are Magick!
Incognito Witch Selfie: Dana and Butterfly
Mixed media on canvas, 36″x60″ 2016