Deeply inspired by Nature, the goddess in her many forms and fairy tales, Sharon McLeod was born an artist and, thankfully, she decided to stay one. Sharon’s great grandmother taught her many of the old ways of the Anglo-Saxon Gypsy; knowledge that was passed to her by her Grandmother and, probably, to her from hers too.
With a bloodline that goes way back through Poland to the Romany Gypsies of old on her mother’s side, and back to the McLeod’s mystical blood of the Faeries on her father’s, Sharon naturally loves ‘all things Gypsy’; from gypsy caravans, tarot cards, magicians, cupid dolls to the myriad of curious circus performers that many Gypsies became. She is famous for her illustrations in Witchcraft Magazine and Europe’s Fae Magazine.
To read Sharon’s story of how she became a professional, published artist, click HERE