Oberon is internationally-renowned as an award-winning graphic artist, designer, and sculptor of plaques, figurines, and fine jewelry, widely marketed as “The Mythic Images Collection” since 1990. Among his many images of Gods, Goddesses, and mythological creatures, Oberon’s masterwork is “The Millennial Gaia”—a sculptural representation of Mother Earth based on his 1970 “TheaGenesis” vision.
Oberon created a series of Pagan altar posters (“9 Icons”) in the 1970’s, as well as many designs for T-shirts and tattoos. Currently, his posters of “The Millennial Gaia” and his large poster map of “Barsoom” (the Mars of Edgar rice Burroughs’ John Carter of Mars novels) are available.
Oberon was an acknowledged consultant for Marion Zimmer Bradley’s The Mists of Avalon (1982), and drew up an extensive Bestiary of all the alien animals mentioned in her “Darkover” science-fiction series. He illustrated Ann Forfreedom & Julie Ann’s Book of the Goddess (1980); Anodea Judith’s Wheels of Life (1987); The Flowering Rod by Kenny Klein (1993); Dragonlore, by Ash DeKirk (2006); and Gargoyles, by Susan Pesznecker (2006), as well as illustrating all his own books with hundreds of graphics and maps.
Oberon designed the covers for Urmas Kaldeveer’s Single Fathers’ Cookbook (1986), Phil Snow’s Blast from the Past (1986), and Jeanne Mara’s Listen to My Heart (1986). The cover of Patricia Monaghan’s New Book of Goddesses & Heroines (1997) features seven of Oberon’s sculptures, and the covers of Carl McColman’s Complete Idiot’s Guide to Paganism (2002), Radiant Circles by Rev. Luke Moonoak (2010), and Invented Religions (2010), Church of All Worlds (2018), and Fiction, Invention and Hyper-reality (2017) by Carole Cusack also feature his art. And Oberon’s “Astra” design appears on the cover and throughout “Goddess Wisdom” by Tanishka (2017).
Oberon’s sculptures and other art have been seen on several hit TV series: “Buffy, the Vampire Slayer,” “Mad, Mad House,” “Tanked,” and “The Handmaid’s Tale.” His sculptures have also appeared in the following movies: The Witches of Eastwick (1987), Pickman’s Model (2003), and The Feast of Love (2007).