Subtitle: Absence of Honorable Intention and the Pampiniform Plexus
It has long been known that Fairies (in the guise of Forest Elves) have a voracious appetite for all things sensual and twisted. Mischievous little darlings, they can morph into various shapes and hideous forms in the pursuit of momentary wanting.
The painting depicts an encounter with a modern humanoid, a huntress in search of a sadistic changeling. Draped over the Fairies knee is the withering limb of an abducted child.
The huntress has scented her weapon (iron infused silk stockings) with flower nectar and honey in the hope of destroying the creature that has abducted a neighbor’s youngest son. The lure was set on the outskirts of Kylnagranagh Hill where it is said, such atrocities continue to flourish.