About the Incognito Witch Project, Paintings and Short Films
Mollie Kellogg's award-winning semi-nude and draped Incognito Witch paintings reveal her subjects’ hidden psyche – suppressed to adapt to societal pressures. The portraits are stunning mixed-media-on-canvas that cast mere mortals as magickal beings draped in mysterious fabrics, adorned with jewels and leaves. Incognito Witches are hard to miss. “They wear messy lipstick and nature adornments in their hair,” says Kellogg. “They have a signature flash of color under their eyes, and the female witches love their jewels.”
Mollie’s paintings have sold internationally and has galleried in New York City, NY, Santa Fe, NM, La Jolla, CA, Solana Beach, CA, Laguna Beach, CA, San Diego, CA, Seattle, WA, Cheyenne, WY, Birmingham, AL, Phoenix, AZ and Scottsdale AZ.
Her short film "Nobody Loves Fat G" co-produced with Snaps Films, vimeo.com/snaps/incognito, is one of several shorts featuring the Incognito Witch.