Fantasy Art

Wyrd Art -What my customers have said......


*Hello Mark, I've got them thanks, I've had time to look at them this evening. They're beautifully crafted, I'm always impressed with the quality of your work. The booklet is a wealth of information as well, that will prove very useful. I'm really looking forward to the Irminsul and I know you'll do it justice as you do with all your work. Thanks again Mark for everything you do to keep the memory of our ancestors alive. Regards Mike L. Hampshire.


*Haelsa Mark, Received my framed print of Hengist and Horsa today. Awesome. Peter G. Cambridgeshire.

*Message: Fantastic service and beautiful artwork conveying our heritage.Nathan G.Essex


*Hello Mark,

I’m very pleased with my Waelcyrge pendant! And I don’t have any feedback, but to keep making your art! Groetjes from M. (Netherlands) Feb 2020


*Hello Mark,

I presented the plaque you provided to Ms J.A on Sunday. She was delighted. Her opinion of the plaque is best described in her own words from an email she sent to me. She wrote "thank you all for the beautiful plaque you presented me with today" "I shall hang it up with pride - it is a thing of beauty in itself." I also send my own thanks and those of Ða Engliscan Gesiþas. We were all delighted with the outcome.

Many thanks H.B.       June 2019

The English Companions. A society for academic research into  Anglo Saxon England and its people.


*Haelsa Mark,
...It's important to remember that I've no experience of any kind with runes, but these
are beautiful, and what is more they must be something close to what
was used originally. I've a book or two on the subject so I'll be reading up on this. I also like the idea of 're-linseeding' my rune tablets.
Traditionally linseed oil was used to maintain cricket bats. What could be more English? :)          

Antony G. Manchester


*" Thank you so much for the wonderful painting.It's going to be hard relinquishing it...It's so odd that you included a May Queen ceremony, plus the church, because both these subjects are relevant to H's earlier life". -

Marian and Gordon L. Leicestershire, England. (The picture was a gift for their daughter who now lives in Australia.)


*" I really love this picture as every time I look at it I seem to find something else in it.."

Mr J. Street, Kent, England.


*"Everyone keeps asking me", "Who painted that mysterious picture","Then they keep finding things in it,the same as I do!"

Harriet G, Hereford, England.


*"Many thanks for donating this picture"

'The Olive Tree' charity . Crawley, W.Sussex

 *"Mark,my wife recently purchased `The White Dragon Awakes`as a birthday present for me and I just wanted to let you know that I am absolutely  delighted with it. It will shortly be framed and hung in our living room,it represents everything that England means to me,you couldn`t have captured the symbolism and meaning with any other depiction better than this,it is very special.Thank you Mark love your work and I will be back soon."

Will Hanlon.West Yorkshire


*"Haelsa Mark , We got our Tshirts today , I really like the Shield Maiden design-it's like wearing a necklace!" Waes hael" Shirley C. Nottingham

Fantasy Artwork by Mark Taylor

Mark Taylor went to Ravenswood School in Kent with, amongst others, David Bowie and Peter Frampton.

He enjoyed his time in the very first specialised school-based art form from where he progressed to study fine art at Croydon College Of Art.

His paintings have been internationally exhibited and featured on BBC programmes such as Country Tracks and The One Show.He has recently had his work displayed in a feature article in 'Pagan Dawn' magazine.

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