For many, the Woman in the Tower is a symbol of female oppression and repression, a highly negative image charged with a history of daughters denied their freedom. So, let’s take a look at some Women in Tower stories from different times and places, and see what symbolism we can find within them.
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.
Modern farming has transformed the landscape of Britain and Ireland, to the detriment of nature. Lisa Schneidau argues that the old folk tales of the land are more relevant to us than ever.
By Indian mythology, one refers to worldviews that emerged in the Indian subcontinent. What makes them unique is the belief in rebirth.
In Buddhism and Hinduism, the mandala is a symbol of devotion representing the transformation of the Universe from a state of suffering to one of enlightenment.