Large Edition of 10
Approximately 32″ x 24″
Price for mounted image only, contact the gallery for framed price.
“Deliverance is rescue from imprisonment, danger, or evil.
This is a very different interpretation of Cinderella based initially on Aschenputtel (Cinderella) written by the Brothers Grimm.
It is a much, much darker version – awful in places, even for me! What we all know and love from the Disney version is so far from the reality here it is scary.
This piece is a classic example where I build a secondary narrative into the piece that then takes over and consumes the image, albeit it making it much more beautiful. There is no fairy godmother – instead, a pear tree that grew on Cinderella’s dead mothers grave whilst birds flocked together as one to destroy the ugly sisters in a way you would not think possible.
So this piece runs in line with the overriding concept that pushes Cinderella into that coach and that gets her to the ballroom
to ultimately be rescued by her Prince yet it represents so much more, to me and hopefully to others who can find affiliation to the concept.
The doves, an incredibly poignant detail throughout my work, come together when one simply isn’t enough in the hope that working together they can make the difference as they desperately try to help the person who has fallen, who sees no way out, before it is too far gone. A beautiful title for a beautiful act, good will win out if the shoe fits, and it does in this case, perfectly.”