2008 High Spirits-Acrylic On Birch Panel-24×48

Hello and welcome!
I’m Hraefn (pronounced, ‘Raven’) Wulfson (my name is Anglo-Saxon).
I’m happy to share my art, stories and more with you here.
I’ve been an artist all my life, but finally had a website developed during what had to be the strangest, most tumultuous time we’ve ever been through. I’m talking about January of 2021.

At the time of the launch, the home page greeting here said, “Our world is changing. Can you feel it? Many of us are reevaluating our perspectives and letting go of things that no longer serve us. Thank you for joining me. I have art, stories and more things to share! Thank you for coming with me on this journey:)”.

Well, I still feel the same way- I’m glad you’re here.

“The Message” from my 1996 visitation.

A year or so before we’d put this website together, I came “out” as an “experiencer.”

So- there it was, in public, for everyone to know. Prior to this, only my family, close friends and trusted business associates knew about my encounters, which began when I was a child. One benefit of being “out” now is that I need to explain my art far less to people than I did before. And if anything, the subject material in my paintings just generates even more conversation, which I consider to be a good thing for the world. Moreover, the subjects are so interesting to research and discuss, plus all conversations makes me think.

I have developing theories, predictions and guesses about where the worldwide movement of acknowledging and even embracing alien stuff will take us.

I develop these ideas, tinkering with them along with each brush stroke, asking more questions, as I work as a full-time artist
If you’re someone who is also compelled to ask strange and sometimes dangerous questions, I encourage you to buy some of my work and talk to me.

I’m sure we have a lot in common, you and I.

Hraefn Wulfson as Captain Ahab in “The Lament of Moby Dick”

“Back from the Dead” Knife FX shot / Props / Location Provided by Hraefn Wulfson / McGrew Studios