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The Keeper of the Archives, Dream Eaters, and Dryads

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Being one of a (much overdue) series of updates on my Acid Renaissance series of artwork. The Keeper of the Archives In late June I took the photographs for The Keeper of the Archives. I had a great deal of trouble narrowing my choice down to one image from this shortlist of three: So…

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Acid Renaissance updates and work-in-progress

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As per last week’s post, this post is a series of minor updates - a format I’m experimenting with, more like a newsletter with various bits and pieces. This week’s artwork I spent yesterday on life-drawing and photography, that has resulted in two new Acid Renaissance prints available…

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England’s Dark Dreaming (Part III)

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I’ve now finished the first 5 of my England’s Dark Dreaming series of drawings. I wish I could show you them at their full size—one metre high—rather than the relatively small digital photographs of them, because the physical scale of a piece of artwork affects your reaction to it. Having…

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England’s Dark Dreaming (Part II)

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I'm increasingly convinced that the country is temporally fractured, and we should be expecting a visit from Sapphire & Steel any time now. Everything seems to operate on skewed oneiric logic. Everyone is reduced to ill-disguised cyphers, woodenly acting roles and reciting lines. The series of…

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England’s Dark Dreaming

By Paul Watson on .

A few days ago on Twitter I was thinking out loud about the film The Witch, which I watched on Saturday evening, specifically about its relationship to the theme of Folk Horror which is getting some interesting attention recently. Folk Horror seems to be a nebulous concept to define, even though…

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