Saturday, October 3, 2015

Incognito Witch "You Are Magick" Jewelry

Incognito Witch celebrates hidden magick and serves as a reminder that "You Are Magick" and you are loved! These trinkets feature the hand-stamped medallions with Incognito Witch logo that I have embedded in my most recent commissions and the stars are the ones I use in my paintings during the pouring process that represent the energy connection to the universe.



Items In-stock: I have a few fun Ginger Anxiety "Magick" hand-stamped necklaces (not pictured)  on

Custom Order: These items pictured above are made-to-order and styles vary based on availability of materials. Contact me at for inquiries.

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Tuesday, September 22, 2015

Four Funny and Magickal Birthday Videos by Incognito Witch to Share with Friends

For the past four years, Mollie Kellogg, creator of the Incognito Witch Project, has produced a special birthday greeting to post on her daughter's Facebook Page.

On September 29th, 2015 she will post the latest featuring G the Incognito Witch in "Birthday Magick" on her daughter's wall and at Below is a special sneak preview!

Throughout the year and over the years these humorous video greetings have been viewed thousands of time and shared hundreds of time by Kellogg and friends on Facebook, email and social media.

Please enjoy and share!

Learn more about the Incognito Witch Project at:

Sept 2015
Hungry Witch's Birthday Magick from Mollie Kellogg on Vimeo.

Sept 2014
Incognito Witch presents Ginger Anxiety singing "Happy Birthday Baby" from Mollie Kellogg on Vimeo.

Sept 2013
G's Happy Birthday Selfie from Mollie Kellogg on Vimeo.

Sept 2012
Incognito Marilyn sings Happy Birthday My Facebook Friend from Mollie Kellogg on Vimeo.

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Monday, June 15, 2015

VIDEO: A Touching Art Unveiling for Cancer Patient, Leah Elliott and Her Autistic Son, Jesse

"Story Time" Unveiling.   
A Commission for Leah and Jesse Elliott.  


I met Leah Elliott through her big brother, Brad, growing up in Arizona. He and I were in the Maryvale High School Thespians together in the 80's and stayed in contact over the years, collaborating on various film and theater projects, including the founding of Planet Earth Theatre in the early 90's (where he met his wife, Lynn). I remember Leah helping with my make-up and hair on one of Brad's independent film projects after I returned home from art school in Colorado.  

Leah followed my art career over the years. A color pencil portrait of Brad as Gandalf in "The Hobbit" hung in their childhood home. Back then I was in love with watercolor and had given her brother a small landscape I had painted, inspiring Leah, herself very creative, to try her hand at the medium.

Leah, a fan of fantasy and now a professional make-up artist, reconnected with me on Facebook. Her posts at the time, which documented life with her autistic son, Jesse, were filled with images of fantastic dress-up in magickal costumes, special effects make-up and ever-changing hair colors. Those playful posts have now given way to somber images of a bald Leah, resulting from chemo and her struggle with terminal cancer.

She is understandably concerned for the future of her special needs son and is committed to making lasting memories in the remaining time they have together. This prompted Leah to reach out to me asking if I would consider painting a commission as a keep-sake for Jesse, a visual reminder of his connection with his mother and symbol of her eternal love.

Leah, in Phoenix, and I in San Diego, collaborated to create the reference for her painting. Every element holds a special meaning - the gown is reminiscent of the wedding dress Leah longed to wear when renewing her marriage vows, the storybook a memory of happy times reading to Jesse, the green security blanket is what brought Jesse comfort at night... all set in the fantasy world of hidden magick Leah so loves.

Leah followed our painting progress online, but the painting takes on a whole other dimensionality when viewed in person. Thin layers of paint were built up over a metallic under-painting and embedded with foil and glitter, with a sprinkling of foil heart confetti symbolizing the love between mother and son. The Incognito Witch trademark elements are also present, like the splash of color under the eyes and the silver stars that connect individual magick with a greater realm. I wanted her and Jesse's first live viewing to be a memorable event, honoring them both.

The unveiling took place at the May 15, 2015 opening reception at Frontal Lobe Gallery in Phoenix, AZ, during my solo exhibit. The reception was a costumed affair, with guests invited to dress as their Inner Incognito Witch or Goddess. I appear in this video as Ginger Anxiety, one of my Incognito Witch film characters and Selfie subjects.

Leah, the guest of honor, was invited to say a few words with Jesse at her side. Brad and Lynn with their two daughters, Jesse's cousins, and close friends and guests where there to show their love and support. This short video captures those moments.

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

See you Friday, June 5th in Phoenix, AZ!

See you Friday, June 5th!

Head Wreaths and Glitter Welcome

Saturday, May 23, 2015

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 5, 2015 Artist Talk with Mollie Kellogg at Frontal Lobe Gallery, PHOENIX, AZ

Mollie Kellogg presenting her Incognito Witch Project

Talk Art with Incognito Witch creator Mollie Kellogg
First Friday Artist Talk and Q&A at Bragg’s Pie Factory Frontal Lobe Gallery
PHOENIX, AZ, May 22, 2015 – Artist and filmmaker Mollie Kellogg wraps up the solo exhibit of her Incognito Witch Project with a Closing Reception, First Friday, June 5, 2015, 6-11pm, at Frontal Lobe Gallery, 1301 Grand Avenue, #2B, Phoenix, AZ.  At 7:30pm, join Mollie for an Artist Talk when she will explain her painting process, present the history and concepts of Celebrating Hidden Magick, and take questions from the audience.
Since its inception, many participants have expressed a bucket-list desire to be a part of the Incognito Witch Project as a way to promote self-empowerment and self-love, and have offered personal stories of healing that Mollie will share during her presentation. “Hopefully, instead of just making pretty pictures, I am making something that has an impact on people,” explains Kellogg.
“I see my art as a way to promote self-acceptance, laughter, play, healing, community and personal possibility,” says Kellogg. The Incognito Witch message has resonated with like-minded individuals and organizations that promote a mission to change the world through fine art and film. ArtRage Gallery, Syracuse, NY, and the Heal One World's Awareness Film Festival, Santa Monica, CA, screened Kellogg’s Paint My Life, which also received the LGBTQAI Track Award, Nine Worlds, London.
View the Incognito Witch Project at
Contact Mollie Kellogg at
View artwork by appointment prior to June 5th by contacting Beatrice Moore,
Frontal Lobe Gallery at 602-391-4016 or


Mollie Kellogg presenting her Incognito Witch Project. Photo by David Oleary.
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