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March of the Ignis Fatuus

by Olivia Di Gregorio

From the artist’s private collection, ‘March of the Ignis Fatuus’ is one part from a nine painting series titled, ‘The Lesser Goldfinch’: observing surreality in the late medieval period; following young characters who felt a call to arms, finding purpose through worship, and redeeming themselves amongst absolute ruination. This narrative explores Norse and Celtic mythology, English Magic, and recorded history in medieval lapidaries by interpreting Ethan Hawke’s ‘Rules for a Knight’.

‘March of the Ignis Fatuus’
Oil on stretched cotton canvas
44” x 18” x 2”

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Olivia Di Gregorio is a painter based in Toronto, featuring mythical figures in dream-like landscapes throughout her work. Her images look to mythology for inspiration, with fairies and elements of magic to explain a healing shift from one state into another as a form of visual escapism. She has recently been selected as a finalist in the Beautiful Bizarre Magazine Art Prize in the traditional art category, exhibited at Modern Eden in San Francisco using a grant awarded from the Ontario Arts Council, and published in Booooooom’s ‘Tomorrow’s Talent Vol. II’ curated art book.