Since publishing our first book in 2005, Avalonia has been fortunate to work with several amazing artists, many of whom are visionary artists whose work provides insights from the world of the seen, into that of the unseen. The following artists has had their work featured on the cover of one of our published books. We hope to continue to work with these and many other artists over the months and years in which we hope to continue our own work of expanding the esoteric horizons and illuminating the sacred!
Brian Andrews is a London-based artist and illustrator. Brian contributed the covers to Artemis: Virgin Goddess of the Sun & Moon, Heka, The Guises of the Morrigan, and the black and white imagone on the cover of Hekate: Her Sacred Fires. Brian’s work also features in the book Horns of Power, and the forthcoming THOTH by Lesley Jackson.
Emily Carding is a visionary artist living in Cornwall, best known for her tarot and oracle decks. Emily contributed the covers to Both Sides of Heaven, Towards the Wiccan Circle, and one of the images on Hekate: Her Sacred Fires. Her website is http://www.childofavalon.com/
Joanna Barnum is an artist and illustrator based in Baltimore, USA. Joanna contributed the cover toHekate Liminal Rites. Her website is http://www.joannabarnum.com/
Laura Daligan is a London-based psychic and artist. Laura contributed the covers to Odin’s Gateways, Seidr – The Gate Is Open. Her website is http://www.lauradaligan-art.com/
Marc Potts is a well-known and highly respected fairy artist living in Cornwall. Marc contributed the covers to An Ogham Wood, Horns of Power, Visions of the Cailleach. His website is http://www.marcpotts.co.uk/
Magin Rose is a London-based artist and rune-caster. Magin contributed the cover to Hekate: Keys to the Crossroads, and the central image on the cover of the mega anthology Hekate: Her Sacred Fires. Her work is also featured in the anthology Horns of Power. You can find out more about Magin and her work at http://www.maginrose.com/
Nina Falaise is a dancer and artist who lives in the beautiful Malvern hills. Nina contributed the covers to From A Drop of Water, Priestesses Pythonesses Sibyls.
Phil Bartlett is an artist and craftsman based in West Wales. Phil contributed the cover to The Isles of the Many Gods. Bis website is http://www.stagmancreations.com