Pascal Ferry is a French autodidact painter who draws his inspiration from the visionary, symbolist and mystic traditions.

His publishing company, ‘Sidh & Banshees’, has represented a large group of international visionary, fantastic and fairy-realm artists from 2000 to 2014.

Pascal Ferry’s work has been featured internationally in numerous galleries, festivals and events in the USA, Japan, Belgium, Austria, Switzerland, Germany, Spain and France. His work has been represented permanently at the NAIA MUSEUM in Rochefort-en-Terre in Brittany, France since 2015. He has also created many CD covers for progressive rock, fusion and metal bands.

Today, Pascal Ferry entirely focuses on his personal artistic creations. He lives and works in Carnac, Brittany, France, uniquely known in the world for its mysterious megalithic stone alignments.
His paintings represent his inner journeys in search of ‘lost civilizations’ and their spiritual connection.

“As an artist, I see myself doing the work of an archeologist who metaphorically removes the dust from the raw canvas in order to gradually let my visions of our ancestral memories emerge.”

“Since my early childhood I like to think that my utopian dreams are merely the fruits of my future reality …”