Pagan Who’s who 16: Meg Falconer

The Pagan Who’s who series contains information about current and recent notaries which have contributed to, or influenced the modern pagan scene.  Some names you may know already, some you may not, but all these people are dedicated and hard-working in their own particular specialised fields.  For pagan, spiritual, occult or faith matters who from the last generation influences and inspires you?

Meg Falconer is a painter basing much of her nature inspired work on Celtic mythology, pagan sabbats and folklore, including Celtic, Norse and British. She has exhibited widely and has a permanent exhibition at the Coach House Gallery at Brantwood in Coniston, formally the home of the artist John Ruskin. Meg has lived in the English Lake District since 1980, finding in this environment of mountains, lakes and woods a rich resource for her work.

She is a member of the Board for Grizedale, and has illustrated a new edition of King Arthur’s Raid on the Underworld: the worlds oldest grail quest with her unique and distinctive art style.

king arthurs road2king arthurs roadA review of the book, including further sample illustrations can be found HERE


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