Owl Head Studios is preparing to lift off on a mission to another dimension. The dimension of Sci-Fi film.
The Owl is a timeless symbol revered as a creature of vigilance — a guardian who stands alert so others can rest through the night under its watchful gaze. It is seen as a totem representing wisdom, its eyes ever-watchful for the morning to approach and for the guiding Light to reemerge over the horizon.
In the Catholic tradition "The owl also symbolizes solitude and, in this sense, appears in scenes of hermits at prayer. It[s] most ancient gift, however, is that of wisdom, and, with this meaning, it is sometimes shown with St. Jerome. In another sense, the owl is an attribute of Christ, who sacrificed Himself to save mankind, ‘To give light to them that sit in darkness and in the shadow of death. . .’ (Luke 1:79). This explains the presence of the owl in scenes of the Crucifixion.” Like *
“The Owl In The Darkness Of Night...Be The Light.”
The 34th Annual Miniprint exhibition opens on the 30th of November at the Arnolfini Bookshop, with a PV on the 5th December 5-7. MA Print students and staff with be exhibiting some great prints, hope to see you there!
Toscana II, oil on canvas, 12 x 12 inches
This is new work that will be part of my solo exhibition ‘Expression in colour’ that opens on Friday 29 November at 19b Claxton Grove, London W6 8HD 5 -9 pm and continues for two weekends.
Friday 29 November 5-9 pm
Saturday 30 November 12-7
Sunday 1 December 12-5
Friday 6 December 12-7
Saturday 7 December 12-7
Sunday 8 December 12-5