Two pheasants on Glyndebourne grass meadows bathed in the light of the harvest moon.
In June 2022 Alej visited Glyndebourne to see The Wreckers, during the interval he spotted a pair of pheasants among the high reeds by the ha-ha.
Pheasants have been depicted in art since medieval times in many cultures. In heraldry the pheasant represents a person of many resources. In Japanese culture pheasants have been associated with the deity Amaterasu, putative ancestress of the imperial family. And of course pheasants love opera!
Medium: Digital print on fine art paper
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