Disturbia - The Creator (2010)
Colour photograph (Giclée) by Gillian Hunt ARPS


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Gillian Hunt ARPS

United Kingdom

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DISTURBIA - what do you see?

This body of work and poem look at how emotions govern the way we view life. The poem links to the images through verses 2-6 and together they ask what do you see and what does it reveal about you? Many of these images are also in my Faerie Ballet

If you go out into your garden today
What do you think your eyes will meet . . .
Will you see the shining light of the day
Or is it the darkness that you seek

Will you notice the Fairy asleep
Or the red Dragon flying high
Maybe a salutation to the sun
Whilst an Angel chances by

Shall a Fairy galleon cross your path
Or a Pirate ship steal your mind
A Stairway to Heaven be there in sight
Or a Phoenix for you to find

A Fairy Queen and her attendants gracing by
The Ballet chorus working hard
Junior Fairies pause to admire
The Singing Tree of the Crystal Shard

In the wings do the Fairy Dancers peek
Or perhaps a Dark Lord marches on
Fairies of the Ballet take a bow
Whilst Witches cast their spells beyond

A Helter Skelter across the sky
A Princess imprisoned in her bower
A puppet clown walks jerkily by
Dance with an Angel in the final hour

So what’s in your mind as you walk nature's path
Is your mind shut to all that’s there
Or do you embrace the beauty of the day
And it’s bright magic if you dare

Perhaps your mind is black and full of woe
And thus the darker forces that you see
The scarier side of life bruising your mind
The path you walk too dark to be

Will you go out in your garden today
And take imagination as your key
And what you unlock there, is it dark or light
Pray tell me what you see.

Materials used:

Double mounted Giclee print using Fine Art Paper