Celeste Neuhaus is a witch who fuses art and magic. Revealing the often overlooked interdependencies between the corporeal/psychological/cultural/political/ecological/cosmological, her work insists that biocultural diversity is essential and that healing is a necessary political act.  Her imagery, objects, and performance rituals have materialized throughout the United States in art galleries, magic temples, DIY spaces, salt flats, fields of wildflowers, vacant lots, rooftops, and museums. Currently based in Pittsburgh, Celeste earned her BFA at the University of Illinois at Chicago and her MFA at the University of New Mexico in “The Land of Enchantment,” where she attended the Land Arts program in Art and Ecology. As a professor in the School of Art at Carnegie Mellon University, Celeste realized her passion for mentoring students. That love of providing people with focused care and attention has become her mission: she now professionally guides individuals through finding balance and fulfillment in cultivating their unique creativity.


Email Celeste to schedule Cultivating Creativity sessions. Both zoom meetings and in person meetings (when it becomes safe to do so) are available.

To pay for purchases and commissions or to support Celeste's practice, please click here.



All images and text belong to Celeste Neuhaus and may only be shared with credit to the artist.