This figure composition was taken directly from a vase. A sensitive friend told me a story about what was going on in the picture. I love the way the woman's hand obscures the man's face.
March 30, 2009
March 27, 2009
This view of ancient Athens was painted from an old German engraving. I added the dawn/ sunset atmosphere with Pegasus, and Athena. She holds a vase of olive oil and an olive branch. I will be showing it along with a few others at C.W.R.U. My design class will also be showing some Aeneid themed works. The classics department is hosting an all day, 12 hour reading of Virgil's Aeneid: April 2nd 8:30 AM-8:30 PM, Sages Cafe, Crawford Hall.
Posted by Martin Boyle at 9:26 PM
March 5, 2009
If you happen to get to Marseilles, France, I'm exhibiting some of the Greek vase cube paintings seen on this blog at a new gallery: http://www.polysemie.com/ The gallery is at 63 Cours Puget, near the Palais de justice.