Spirit Art


Around 1997, I began to sketch faces.  I had no idea at the time where these images were coming from – all I knew was that I just had to draw them right there and then, when the image came into my mind.

I would draw them on envelopes or scraps of paper, even the backs of bus tickets (the first one recognised was on the back of a bus ticket – by a stranger!).  More often than not, as the features began to emerge on the paper, any person watching me sketch or doodle would comment that the drawing was the image of someone they knew or had known, and usually the person in question had passed to Spirit!

I had recently started to attend our local Spiritualist Centre in Salford, and had just joined an awareness class there, along with my daughter, Fay.  Being new to all of this, I knew nothing about Spirit Art (or Psychic Art) at that time.

I mentioned what was happening to the group leader, Beraka, who encouraged me to try drawing whilst in some of the open circles and the awareness class circles to see if it would develop. 

To my amazement, picture after picture was recognised by the people around me as I began to tune in more and more with my wonderful Spirit Guides! 

Many people who took their pictures home with them would return the following week with actual photo’s of the sketched person, to show to the rest of the group.

Often the person in the drawing would come through much younger than they had been when they passed over, so it was lovely to see any photo’s of them at that stage of their earthly lives too.

I began to work on platform alongside different Mediums, who would work at giving messages as usual and then also sometimes present a picture to the recipient too, which was really nice.

I would like to take this opportunity to publicly thank all of the people who have helped me along the way so far to enable this amazing process to be developed – all those at Salford Centre for Spiritualism – especially Beraka and Fred Kent, the late Joyce Fry at Bolton Spiritualist Church, Kevin West at Waterloo Spiritualist Church and now Tina & Stephen Parfitt and all our new friends at Pathways in Southport!  Also to my wonderful husband Steve and my children, Fay, Danny and Joe for all their encouragement.

I especially send thanks to all the Spirit Guides who bring the pictures through to me, and to those who have literally guided my hand through the whole process.

I feel very, very blessed to be able to be a channel for this wonderful energy to be used, as it brings so much comfort and joy to those whose loved ones come through in this way.


Spirit Art

In the silence I wait
for your touch,
eyes closed,
mind open.
You take my hand,
leading pencil across paper.
As in some strange and mystic darkroom
the features emerge,
slowly, precisely…
Your loved ones wait,
in tearful anticipation,
for the proof
that you live on…

Following are a few of the many drawings done over the years.  I will probably add to these at some time in the near future.




2 thoughts on “Spirit Art

    • Very nice and beautiful talent you have.
      How i wish i could even sketch just like you. 🙁

    • Thank you for your lovely comments:) With the Spirit Art, I really cannot claim full credit, as the pictures are definately done with Spirit help. I often don’t know what I am drawing until it startes to emerge on the paper:)
      To practice sketching, sit down and take a long look at the object you are going to draw, and try to see it not as the object, but as a series of lines, shapes and shading.
      I know this sounds strange at first, but practice for a while and you will begin to see what I mean.
      I wish you lots of success, and thanks again 🙂
      Love and Laughter,
      Chrissie (Magicvegan)

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