Monthly Archives: March 2014

The Work of Richard Dadd

Originally posted on guliverlooks:
English artist Richard Dadd, famous for his magnificently detailed paintings of mythical beings is widely regarded as the quintessential insane artist but this romantic myth hides the true nature of his talent and illness.  The fourth…

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Fairy lore in Shakespeare

Originally posted on mymanwillyshakes:
‘Tis the season (for magic!) While this is not a Christmas themed post, Christmas is often referred to as magical, so here is some background on the magical history of Shakespeare! Either I mistake your shape…

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New woodland elves I’m working on for summer exhibition.

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Working towards the end of year making a collection of mythical woodland sculpture pieces.

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Looking at the markings within the bark of the tree, and how I can replicate that pattern in my work.

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Claire Curneen

Originally posted on wilfredbeehive:
Found these on the internet check out her website at http://www.clairecurneen.com   

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