THE ANIMAL BRIDE

THE ANIMAL BRIDE is an exploration of liminality and therianthropy. The lines between woman and beast are blurred, the figure of the Potnia Theron arises. It is also a poem about the perception of shelter, refuge, and safety.

 

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woman forest fog

woman forest fog

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animal burrow forest moss

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hands 1

baby alpaca

hands 2

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x-ray cat hand

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burrow rock

burrow full moon

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River golden sun snow

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forest sun

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animal bride

potnia theron moths forest

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forest moss path

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Deer kiss 1

Deer kiss 2

 

 

tree shelter

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All photographs are available as limited edition museum quality prints to collectors.

 

1. Where The Wolf Has Been Seen, 2015
2. Spider Confusion (Root Hands), 2013
3. Untitled, 2015
4. Silent Truth. Triptych (horizontal), 2017
5. Soulmates (Sheltering My Wounded Feline’s Heart), 2018
6. Sleeping animal head megalith over the burrow in which I slept; view from inside the burrow. Wolf territory, night of the Full Moon, June 9, 2017
7. Sun Worshippers, 2016
8. The Home Of Our Kin, 2015
9. Potnia Theron, at midnight during the Penumbral Lunar Eclipse on September 16, 2016. Artwork finished the day of the Spring Equinox, March 20, 2017. The moths have been collected for a year in my eagle nest in the woods after a natural death.
10. Alone In Wolf Territory, 2016
11. Discreet shelter in which I slept; winter night in the forest amongst beasts, 2017