Original framed drawing “Myshka”

675.00

Available through Arch Enemy Arts Gallery. For purchase please contact info@archenemyarts.com

The name “Myshka” is derived from Slavic languages and means “little mouse”. In the search for inspiration, I often go to fairy tales, myths, and legends. In this case, I looked into Brothers Grimm’s tale “The rat catcher” and imagined an alternative story. What if he had a daughter who inherited part of his abilities of enchanting creatures with the use of a magical instrument? I gave her an enchanted ocarina and watched her dancing with the mice.

Enchanted ocarina made of ancient tree

Bends the will of creatures

And never sets them free

 

Charmed by compelling sound

By the spell they can’t resist

Now to the girls are bound

As long as they exist

 

There’s such a power in little paws

And strength in quantity

Those are Nature’s laws

Where hundred creates the unity

 

So beware of this piercing sound

Of the smoke floating in the air

You’ll see no escape around

Just the mice, so… prepare

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Original graphite drawing on bristol paper in a black wooden frame with paspartu.

Drawing size: 22 x 31

Frame size 36 x 43

Available through Arch Enemy Arts Gallery. For purchase please contact info@archenemyarts.com

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