So, we have reached day 65 of the 365 days of Dark Art series. (I’m aware that some have been posted on odd days, and for this I apologise, but life, you know?) Anyway, I wanted to feature an artist who I think is really bloody special for this 65th post.
The artist I opted for is American visionary Caitlin Hackett. Her work – which focuses predominantly on the natural world – deeply disturbs and intrigues me. Many of her images feature seriously eerie looking rabbits, which remind me, vividly, of the The Black Rabbit of Inlé from the novel Watership Down.