A short film about artist Leon Spilliaert

https://youtu.be/iNt1jtm2Pm8 (more) https://youtu.be/o2r9ya6wzZY Spilliaert was born in Ostend, the oldest of seven children of Léonard-Hubert Spilliaert, who was a perfumer, and Léonie (née Jonckheere). From childhood, he displayed an interest in art and drawing. A prolific doodler and autodidact, he was predominantly a self-taught artist. Sickly and reclusive, he spent most of his youth sketching scenes of … Continue reading A short film about artist Leon Spilliaert

Mercury, Animism, and the Axis Mundi | Rubedo Press

These are selected extracts from a longer article that appeared on September 21st 2017 on Rubedo Press - link can be found at the bottom of this page Mercury, Animism, and the Axis Mundi GARY P. CATON. ANTHROPOLOGISTS suggest it was a “creative explosion” of primal art, such as cave paintings and figurines, which formally … Continue reading Mercury, Animism, and the Axis Mundi | Rubedo Press