“Rhiannon at Gorsedd Arberth” was inspired by Welch mythology, in which the fairy/goddess Rhiannon comes to our world from the Bright World, arriving at the mystery-shrouded hill or mound of Gorsedd Arberth – this is supposedly a real place, but its present-day location is debated. Somehow a rock formation from the Grand Canyon finds itself in Wales, for dramatic effect. So the fantasy elements make for a strange picture, with brightness in a night sky, mist, and a figure with a sort of glowy aura, which I think should be OK if your are a princess from Faery. It was a very ambitious picture for me, it took weeks of work, starting with a photo session with Susan, who has the incredible facial bones and graceful neck; the whole thing fails with a face less dramatic. A lot of this is hand-drawn; for example, most of the shadowing, and the mists.