Tuesday, April 04, 2006

Rappaccini's Daughter


Rappaccini's Daughter
Originally uploaded by Wilson Swain.
It's a short story by Nathaniel Hawthorne. A young man falls in love with the daughter of an evil botonist. It's a form of romantic, victorian horror, but read today I think it has the slight edge of humor. The woman is poisonous and is kept from the world. The man is lured in and turned poisonous too. It all ends badly. I added an extra scientist and a glass house.

3 comments:

mackaydesign said...

Great composition and designs. Can't wait for more!

Shelley said...

I love your art. And to think that I stumbled on your blog by accident! What a cool find.

McRachie said...

Wow! I just stumbled on this. I love your style, and this is beautiful. Thanks for sharing!