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Titania, the queen of the fairies in the Shakespeare's play "Midsummer Night's Dream"

Shakespeare took the name "Titania" from Ovid's Metamorphoses, where it is an appellation given to the daughters of Titans.

Shakespeare's Titania is a very proud creature and as much of a force to contend with as her husband Oberon. She and Oberon are engaged in a marital quarrel over which of them should have the keeping of an Indian changeling boy. This quarrel is the engine that drives the mix ups and confusion of the other characters in the play. Due to an enchantment cast by Oberon's servant Puck, Titania magically falls in love with a "rude mechanical" (a labourer), Nick Bottom the weaver, has been given the head of a donkey by Puck, who feels it is better suited to his character.

You can find my whole ceramic illustration project on my Facebook artists page.

This lovely hanging sculpture is 100% handmade and unique.

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Elya

Materials used:

clay, engobe, glaze

Titania, from Midsummer Night's Dream. Ceramic illustration project by Elya Yalonetski (2015)

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