Reblogged from Through Owl’s Eyes
thank you Owl and also Inara Pey (Living in a Modem World) for her wonderful post –
..When it comes to the art of Cybele Moon (Hana Hoobinoo), we are given not so much a window into a narrative, but a doorway into entire realms. Her work is, in a word ethereal; there is a beauty and depth to it which is magnificently and hauntingly moving – and you can can witness this for yourself at the meadow art area in Commune Utopia, where she has been invited to exhibit her work. She presents 15 pieces (16 if you count her enchanting bio giver) and as always, all are truly marvellous pieces. To enjoy them to the fullest, be sure to set your time of day to midnight….
Cybele or Hana creates a mythic portal with her photos and stories.
She draws you into a enchanted realm where you cannot help but find yourself in awe of this master storytellers art!
SAVE THE DATE:
Saturday, July 22 – 12pm
GALA ART PARTY–all welcome!
“Cybele Moon aka Hana Hoobinoo or the
Dune Mouse, and “not always here or there”
loves to wander in all worlds.
“Cybele love stories. She is drawn to both history and myth. “The Siren’s Bones” is inspired by the Celtic (and Icelandic) legend of the Selkie. “Tales of the Caravanserai” is based on travels through North Africa, and The Sacrifice of Smoke Jaguar is inspired by a journey through Central America.”
“In real life she photographs both dreamy landscapes and old stones, sometimes using an infrared camera. Her photos…
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