‘Macy the Moon Keeper’ by Juliet Schreckinger

£525.00

Artist: Juliet Schreckinger
Title: ‘Macy the Moon Keeper’
Medium: Pen & ink and graphite on Bristol paper
Dimensions: 10″ x 10″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2020
Artwork Will Ship From: USA

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‘Macy the Moon Keeper’ by Juliet Schreckinger

Artist: Juliet Schreckinger
Title: ‘Macy the Moon Keeper’
Medium: Pen & ink and graphite on Bristol paper
Dimensions: 10″ x 10″
Framing: Unframed
Year of Creation: 2020
Artwork Will Ship From: USA

About the Artwork:

“The moon has always been fascinating to me. I have always loved the way it shines, like a mysterious guiding light in the sky. The only thing on this earth that I feel has a similar magic is a lighthouse; both give off a guiding light in the darkness. When creating this drawing, I wanted to incorporate these two iconic images together in one piece. I also wanted to somehow express my love for both, and how I long to be able to hold them in a sense; to be as close to them as possible. I imagine that holding both the moon and a lighthouse would be the ultimate dream; to be surrounded by the purest light in the darkest of nights. As a Light Keeper would be to a lighthouse, my eel, Macy, feels as though she is the ‘Moon Keeper’, a protector of the moonlight and all other lights that shine in the night.” – Juliet Schreckinger

About the Artist:

(Artist Bio)

Juliet Schreckinger is a Long Island-based artist. Her work features a variety of subject matters in many mediums, although most of her current work is completed using a stippling technique in pen & ink and graphite, with occasional splashes of color. Juliet’s pieces are often inspired by the ocean, nature, and all of the creatures within our world. Through an illustrative take on fine art, she attempts to express a story in each drawing.