Incognito Witch Selfie: Sunday Painting by Mollie Kellogg

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Film characters and their paintings with artist, Mollie Kellogg. Screen cap from short film "Sibling Rivalry."
Film character, Sunday, named for how you feel on Sunday when you don't want to leave the house.
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Incognito Witch Selfie: Sunday

Mollie Kellogg

United States

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Size: 20 W x 36 H x 1.5 D in

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Media includes highly textured gesso base with acrylic metallic under painting. Thinned paint is poured over and glitter, watercolor powder, foil star shapes are dropped into the wet paint. Once dried, the figure is painted over that magickal abstract base. Shaved glass ad silver leaf along appear under the eyes. The color under the eyes, smudged lipstick, and nature adornments are Incognito Witch signature elements. About the Original This is one of several recent INCOGNITO WITCH Selfie paintings by Kellogg representing elements from her short films, themselves inspired by earlier paintings, bringing the Incognito Witch Project full circle. Watch "Sibling Rivalry": http://molliekellogg.com/works/videos.html Wanna Play? Visit http://www.gingeranxiety.com More about the character of Sunday can be found at https://www.facebook.com/IncognitoWitch

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Painting:Acrylic on Canvas

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:20 W x 36 H x 1.5 D in

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California-based artist and film-maker Mollie Kellogg conjures a magickal world on canvas and in short film. Her award-winning Incognito Witch Project, celebrates hidden magick while exploring the hidden psyche. The “hidden inner magick” message resonates with like-minded individuals, participants, and organizations that support a mission to change the world through art. "I see my art as a way to promote self-acceptance, laughter, play, healing, community and personal possibility," says Kellogg. Learn more about the project at www.IncognitoWitch.com. WANNA PLAY? Selfies are a perfect vehicle for all the folks who wanted to participate in the Project to take matters into their own hands. Examples and submission info at www.GingerAnxiety.com.