Into The Twilight

Three Artists created work inspired by WB Yeats for an exhibition at The Black Winkle, Hastings for Coastal Currents, 2013.

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Kate Iles collected Yeat’s inspired ephemera to create intimate poetic box-worlds such as ’59 Swans’, inspired by Yeat’s ‘The Wild Swans at Coole’

Rebecca Child created an extraordinary life size throne for King Goll  in which Yeat’s inspired 3D illustrations are incorporated into the construction.

Ed Boxall  showed small Yeats-inspired paintings and drawings often imagining the lives the characters lived beyond the time frame of the original poems.  Ed also joined fiddle player  Harriet Wilder to perform a selection of musical versions of Yeat’s poems along with some of Ed’s songs.

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Ed’s version of a verse from Yeat’s ‘Prayer for My Daughter’:

https://edboxall.files.wordpress.com/2013/06/finished-prayer-for-my-daughter.mp3

Some comments from visitors:

“Beautiful, inspiring, haunting and completely doing justice to Yeat’s work”

“Wonderful trip through childhood revisited, beautiful music to accompany”

“A very enjoyable wander around Yeat’s poems”

“Beautiful, really illuminated the poems”

“…moved us to different places and new feelings and thoughts whilst reminding us of lost memories”

“Fantastic and inspiring”59 swans trimmed

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King Goll, stone wall

 


2 Comments on “Into The Twilight”

  1. Amabel Clarke Says:

    Dear Ed, I love this drawing and would like to use it to advertise the telling of some short stories by Yeats.please could you let me know what your copyright conditions are. Thank you Amabel Clarke

    • edboxall Says:

      Dear Amabel, please feel free to use it for free but please credit me and include image copyright Ed Boxall 2013, and include my website. Thanks for asking permission. I’m interested in all things Yeats so please tell me a bit more about your event! All best, Ed


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