Otus and Ephialtes, 2019. Linocut 16 x 22 in, edition of 4, printed on Arnhem 1618. Excerpt “Otus and Ephialtes” by Anna Williams Breaths catch Blood pools The brothers are consumed with a new hunger. Practiced predators, They split and flank. Aim and launch. From either side of the glade The sing of spears cleaves the silence Artemis leaps. Reflected horror glints on polished blade A mirrored death.
Printed on the artist's ingenious home-made printing press (made of a car jack, melamine and oak). Created for her upcoming solo exhibition Untold Stories I once Wished Lost at the Karsh-Masson Gallery (re-scheduled for 2021).