Black Trillium (v2)

This illustration by Geoff Taylor, was originally used on Black Trillium (v2), written by Julian May, Andre Norton, Marion Zimmer-Bradley,

Original Art

Black Trillium (v2)


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Black Trillium - art by Geoff Taylor


The tide is out showing a vast expanse of sand and water left behind. In the distance a white shining city on a rock catches the light of the setting sun. Two birds of prey catch the thermals. In the foreground a young woman stands looking thoughtful, long hair looking windswept she has one hand is clasping something, like an amulet, to her neck painted by Geoff Taylor.



Synopsis for Original Title

Black Trillium. Those with the gift have the power One stormy night, three princesses are born. As each baby is placed into her mother's arms, so the Archimage Binah bestows on her a gift of great power: a pendant containing a bud of the long extinct Black Trillium. One day that power will be all that protects the princesses from certain doom.




Acrylic on Artboard

Size approx.3
27x18 inches or 68x45 cm
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