Lois Cordelia's "Folklore of the British Isles", Piccadilly, 8th Oct 2014

September 19, 2014  •  Leave a Comment

On Wednesday 8th October, the flagship branch of Barclay's Bank at Piccadilly Circus, London, will host a one-day exhibition of works by 15 different artists, including Lois Cordelia, courtesy of the CO3 Art Gallery. Lois Cordelia's largest cut-paper design to date, an intricate illustrated map of the British Isles that features numerous references to local folklore and mythology, will be on display.

Mythology and Folklore of the British IslesMythology and Folklore of the British IslesMedium: Silhouette paper-cut. Cut by hand using a scalpel.

Dimensions: Approximately A1. 841 x 594 mm

Date: September 2012

Comments:
From imagination.

Design incorporating the following references to the mythology and folklore of the British Isles:

Lochness Monster

Scottish Thistle

Scottish Unicorn

Irish Shamrock

Irish Harp

Dwarves

Faeries

Leprechaun

Celtic Knotwork Sun and Moon

Welsh Dragon

Mermaids

Tristan and Iseult

Pictish symbol

Witchcraft

English Lion

Druidry

English Rose

Robin Hood

Green Man

Uffington White Horse

Merlin the Wizard

Stonehenge

King Arthur

Welsh Leek



Price: £2000

Wednesday 8th October, 2014, 10am - 3pm, at Barclays Bank, Piccadilly Circus, 48 Regent Street, London W1B 5RA


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