Flowers from the Cronegarden
This academic article delves into the mysterious and multifaceted symbolism of the deity, Baal, examining his ancient origins, the rituals of his worship, and the diverse ways in which his symbolism has been reinterpreted in modern times.
This blog piece explores the art of Scarlet, an outsider artist whose work is a celebration of the mysteries of Traditional Witchcraft, weaving together a rich variety of symbolism and material to create a visual language that invites the viewer to explore the power of the unknown.
New Pieces -Summer 2019by Scarlet Ostick New Work There is always something new in the Crone Garden. I hope you like the new growth...
Collagesby Scarlet Ostick Mixed Media and CollageThere is always something new in the Crone Garden. I hope you like the new growth... Wishing you all a glorious summer!
I am so very happy to be a part of this exhibition with some incredibly talented other local artists at the beautiful Coach House, Brighton BN2 0EA.
There is a private preview on the 2nd May 2019 (see below).
I WARMLY INVITE YOU TO THE ARTIST PRIVATE VIEW
starting at 6-9pm on the 2nd May 2019.
Then you can visit any Saturday or Sunday in May.
I would love you to come and see my work and that of the other artists too.
March in the Cronegarden by Scarlet Ostick Planting planting planting... March this year saw the "Book of Shadows" puppets yawning and rubbing their eyes and waking up after their three year hibernation. They were joined by some new animal puppets - among them a dodo and a thylacine! (look it up -...
The Cronegarden sits At the top of a mountain. The winds blow strong up there. That is the task – After the storm – Climb the mountain, Set things upright, Glue the broken pieces, Start over