The Sorceress

SheWhoIsArt The Sorceress


“I myself have seen this woman draw the stars from the sky; she diverts the course of a fast-flowing river with her incantations; her voice makes the earth gape, it lures the spirits from the tombs, send the bones tumbling from the dying pyre. At her behest, the sad clouds scatter; at her behest, snow falls from a summer's sky.” 
― Tibullus,

"“Witches, sluts, and feminists are the trifecta of terror for the patriarchy."
― Kristin Sollee

Whether we call her witch, sorceress, bruja, curendera, enchanter or necromancer, we know her to be a free-spirited, self-sovereign woman who does not adhere to societal expectation or convention. The personification of feminine automony, demonstrating original thought and action , even under decidedly hostile circumstances, history writes her in forms such as Circe, Morgan Le Fey, Queen Mab, Nimueh and Aradia.

She embodies self-directed feminine power, and sexual and intellectual freedom.  

Here, she is pictured naked under the moon, conjuring an enchantment which hides within its image secrets for the viewer to unveil, and a prayer and reminder for every woman reading this or seeing her image:

That unabashedly and without reservation, in perfect love and with the fires of the soul fully alight, She will rise. 

                                                                         Available in the following formats: Posters - Prints - Greeting Cards