About the Artist

For as long as I can remember, I have had a love of fairytales, myth and magic, along with a passion for art and crafts. These are the things that make me who I am and what I do now.


My path to becoming a fantasy artist began as a child, when I spent much of my time drawing fairytale characters and generally being lost in a world of fantasy.
Growing older, this evolved into my interest in myths, legends and folklore, as well as nature. This in turn lead me to follow a path of paganism and druidry, all of which inspire my work today.


My first website launched in 2006 and had a small collection of faery paintings. My art has since branched out to explore the fantastical and mythical, such as Dragons, and inspiration from my spiritual path such as the Green Man and Celtic Gods and Goddesses. 
I also love to include animals in my artwork, such as hares, deer and ravens. I find much inspiration in the beauty of nature, the changing of the seasons, the power of the elements and the mystery of what lies beyond what we see.

Through my work I've very much become part of the Faery and Pagan Community, attending events around the UK exhibiting my creations and meeting wonderful folk, which is another wonderful aspect to my work.


Along the way, I discovered Leatherwork when my husband began dabbling in this craft.  I learned how to apply my art to the bags he made and started selling leather creations alongside my artwork at events. Working in this medium opened up a whole new creative world, and we have since teamed up to form 'TribaMythica' producing leather crafts and art full time. I have designed and created a range of leather jewellery, and along with my husband Martin, we create costume pieces, masks, headdresses and armour. Our leather crafts are inspired by all things mythical and fantastical along with a tribal and celtic influence.

In 2018 we followed a long time dream and moved to beautiful Somerset (UK) on the outskirts of magical Glastonbury. Here, we spend our days creating in our home studio and sell our work at local events.

I am very grateful to be doing what I do, following my path and looking forward to my next creative adventure! If you have a dream and ambition, follow it with all your heart. Work hard and Believe, and you will achieve!


To keep up with my latest art and creative projects, please follow me on Facebook where I update regularly.
To follow our leather craft, visit www.tribamythica.com and find us on Facebook.


© 2014 by Esther Remmington.

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