Sacred Feminine Artists


Tilly Campbell-Allen


Occult in essence and esoteric in life, Tilly is a mother of three, artist, Jungian, Science and non-duality quantum fysiks groupie. An aspiring Völva with a philosopher's mind and lover of nature and natural, deep history, mystery and magic.

Using ahimsa silk and 24ct gold, her artistic focus is typically iconographic with the aim of it as a Shamanic tool.

Muladhara Root mudra by Tilly Campbell

Muladhara Root mudra by Tilly Campbell


Lisa Levart

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Lisa Levart is a visual artist and photographer. Goddess on Earth, her ongoing project since 2009, uses socially engaged photography to illuminate ancient mythological stories and their contemporary significance. Lisa’s passion is making visible the sacred, free of patriarchal construct as well as raising awareness to the dedicated female, grassroots leaders of our time. Using these evocative images, Lisa has created a traveling, site-specific, multi-media installation that explores the interconnectivity between modern womanhood and ancient mythology. A decade after beginning this work, the visually stunning book of her photographs -Goddess on Earth- was released, winning a Gold Nautilus Book Award. Lisa's photographs have been exhibited throughout the world and is in the collection of the 9/11 Memorial Museum in NYC.  (Photo of Lisa by Myles Aronowitz) 

Hawk Woman, Lanape tradition    By Lisa Levart

Hawk Woman, Lanape tradition

By Lisa Levart


Rana Wilson


Painting calls me forth to the present moment and creates a sense of aliveness. I paint my interior landscape as well as my connection with Spirit. My pieces are a co-creation with Source, whatever that might mean to you you; Spirit, the Stars, God, Nature, Rapture. 

"Flight to Freedom" 22x28 acrylic on canvas

"Flight to Freedom" 22x28 acrylic on canvas


Carmen Garcia CG Visionatrix


Photographer/Philanthropist and Visionary

Born in Havana, Cuba, and raised in Miami, Florida, Carmen Garcia lives and works as a freelance photographer in Highland Park/LA. As a world traveler and visionary, she began taking photos at a young age and later earned her degree in liberal arts in San Diego working as a photojournalist. Her enthusiastic interest in multicultural studies influences her photographic portraits with a twist of lively personal style and grace. Not only does Carmen’s eye capture a beautifully crafted image of her subjects, but her free spirit also reveals to the viewer a sense of the “inner” Higher-Self in all of her subjects.



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KoKo shares the deep belief that we save what we love, and that all the environmentalism on the planet is great, but it is really the process of being in the natural, miraculous world which fills us with an innate contagious joy that infects others with an awe-inspired reverence of being alive on this vibrant earth.  It is from this wellspring of delight which enlivens and unifies people with appreciation, beautiful caregiving and deeply connected amazement. 

Megwyn White

Megwyn White, the founder of the Embodied Art Project, is an Embodied Immersive Artist looking to explore bridging the world of embodiment, technology, and ritual art.  Her art explores the power of aligning intention, embodied awareness, and cosmic presence through using artistic apps as an akashic medium to the expression. She is a poet, dancer, singer, actress, and visual embodiment artist and is especially inspired to create through collaboration and community. She is currently working on combining her healing practice of unearthing the embodied voice with artistic ritual art journeys meant to help a person access deeper layers of their psyche and subconscious through embodiment and art creation. 


Cheryl Beychok

Beychok has been making art since she was a little girl, when she illustrated her class assignments with watercolors and pencil. As a teen, she relocated to Israel for three years, where she studied English literature and embraced her burgeoning career as an artist. Recently, intrigued by an exhibit of David Hockney’s ipad art, she turned to drawing on her iPhone using an app she downloaded.  Her newest creations are at once soothing and unsettling; vivid and dark; simple and thought-provoking.   


Ishka Lha


Angel Marie Russell

My art has a lot to do with the abuse I received as a child. Most of my subjects are ethereal females. Each one represents a feeling I have had inside or a part of myself that felt like it had to hide or "disassociate" from my conscience self to stay safe. Creating these images allowed me to release these parts of myself and in a very healing way, art was also my therapy. I express this in many different mediums from photography, to oil painting, to illustration, and even in my craft. 

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Ishka reveals a world of the eternal Beauty that is all things.
A river of elementals, cosmic beings, and magical beasts
swirl together in one great flood of light and shadow,
emanating the shapes and colors illuminated within the Beloved’s kaleidoscope.
With every turning of the wheel, an ever-changing cycle of Life appears.
Dawn spills into the night sky, a blossom falls as a cherry grows;
and the movement in our mind trickles down into a land
where thoughts kneel before a pool of peaceful waters,
watching silently, as Spirit emerges from the depths.