Original 9" x 12" acrylic on acid-free paper painting inspired by an
entry in W.C. Hazlitt's Dictionary of Faiths and Folklore. There is a
short entry that names a children's game "All in the Well". This is a
surreal and macabre interpretation of that entry. It's a little bit
spooky and a little bit campy. A hapless young girl is the masked quarry
about to be sacrificed to the tentacled monster in the well by her
sadistic playmates. Creepy fun!