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In the forest, glow by Monica Pearce

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Published on Feb 7, 2013

In the forest, glow. is based on the illustration Don't Feed the Deer by Brandon James Scott, a Toronto-based artist and also a good friend of mine. His works have a decidedly playful feel to them, especially in his work with animation and illustration. Animals are a frequent subject, often popping up in unusual settings, such as kitchens, bars, and rock arenas. I was originally enamored with Don't Feed the Deer because it has a mysterious, magical, and yet almost foreboding quality to it. Scott says of the work: "When I originally made it... I wanted to make something dreamlike, fantasy-based: the colours, the glows, the design of the world. But are we walking down this path, are we supposed to see what's beyond it? Are we meant to observe but not touch things, because of a hidden danger? Are there always deep dark fears lying hidden amidst beauty?"
— Monica Pearce

Anthony Thompson, bass clarinet
Dan Morphy, percussion
Wesley Shen, piano

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