The King Arthur story has always interested me. Imagine my delight upon discovering that the King Arthur legend has ties to France—it makes sense—after all, I was in Britanny.
About 45 minutes drive east of Dinan, the Forest of Paimpont is all that remains of the vast forest that covered ancient inland Brittany. Legend has it that the 25 square miles of woodland is also the location of mythical Brocéliande, the forest of King Arthur. This painting was inspired by my visit there.
|"Into the Forest," Pastel, 11 x 17 inches, © Lynn Goldstein|
|"Vivianne Was Here," Pastel, 12 x 9 inches © Lynn Goldstein|