A Mermaid's Secret
Once Upon a Winter's Night
"Once Upon a Winter's Night" is a depiction of a woman reading a fairytale. Yet more significant, she finds herself not only within the story that she reads, but also as the heroine of the tale. This piece takes the viewer back to times of reading epic stories and captivating tales where the wish and dream of playing a part in the story comes to reality.
"Daughter of Avalon" represents many females within Arthurian legend and was greatly inspired by Marion Zimmer Bradley's Mists of Avalon. Specifically, this woman tells the legend from the perspective of characters such as Morgause and Morgaine (or Morgan le Fay), as well as those that dwell in Avalon that practice the old religion of the mother goddess.
Where Truth Dwells