Titania Angry


'Titania Angry.' Titania is angry with Oberon; she accuses him of creating flooding and disease in the surrounding woods, due to his bad temper. From Shakespeare's 'A Midsummer Night's Dream.' Marbling with oil inks, finished with pen and ink.

The original is 41 X 49 cm and comes in a black frame with a double mount in white on black. This series of colourful marbled designs with their powerful imagery will bring style to any room. If you are interested in purchasing more than one picture from the series 'A Midsummer Night's Dream' please email me for further information and bulk purchasing offers at: patsy@patsyfraser.com

This production of ‘A Midsummer Night's Dream’ was set in a contemporary summer festival where everyone is frolicking to distant music in the surrounding woods. The show was set in an outside auditorium during a balmy summer evening and sparkled with magical festival fun. The traditional fairies have become shape-changing beings who float and twist like mist on the air and disappear as quickly as they appear. The costumes were achieved by using the finest Habotai silk which was dyed in intense swirling colours as in the marbled designs. Each marbled character design was carefully manipulated and then pulled from the water, resulting in airy shape-changing characters.

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