Just what do cryptocurrencies, gin, art and folklore have in common? Not much, you might well think. Yet #FolkloreThursday was recently invited to a curious event that blended these seamlessly, conjuring images of the apothecaries of old.
Paul Watson speaks to Dee Dee Chainey about the inspiration behind ‘England’s Dark Dreaming’, his second book of myth and folklore inspired artwork, available August 2018.
This piece will present and focus on the benefits of two specific psychotherapeutic tools — archetypal genograms and mythological based art — via which mythology as spirituality can be used as an outlet to help the healing process of people with abuse and other trauma related emotional difficulties.
Willow Winsham talks with artist Katherine Soutar, illustrator of the Folktales series by the History Press.
It is a great pleasure to welcome Paul Watson back to the #FolkloreThursday website this month with an in-depth look at his evocative new book Myth and Masks.