Long Owl of Hookland
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This linocut was inspired by the Long Owl of Hookland, a chalk figure carved into the hills of Hookland, thought to be lost by many for a long time.
'When the giant eyes of the Lost Owl blinked open for the first time in more than two hundred years, I was one of those climbed the hill and held hands with 20 others inside the oval shapes they made. We trod carefully, we came in reverence. Offerings were left. My heart called out the words folkore has gifted us: 'Hail to the Queen of Owls! Grant me a feather of your wisdom! Grant me three drops of your talon-blood to cure or curse!'
Emily Banting's 'Cunning County'; published in Issue 1 of ‘Rituals and Declarations’ zine, reproduced with permission of David Southwall of the Hookland Folklore Society.
Limited edition of 17 numbered linocut prints, printed with water-based relief printing ink (black) on acid-free cartridge paper, 190gsm
300mm x 210mm approx. / 11.6 inches x 8.2 inches approx.
200mm x 113mm approx./ 7.7 inches x 4.5 inches approx.
Note: Your print may vary slightly from the picture shown, as each is individually printed by hand and is unique.
10% of every sale of this print go to @HooklandGuide
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