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Fragmented Zeus, from the Gigantomachy (Gods fighting the Giants) Frieze on the Temple of Zeus and Athena at Pergamon.
acrylic and charcoal
18" x 24"
$800
Fragmentation from the Gigantomachy at the Temple at Pergamon
acrylic and charcoal
18" x 24"
$800
Fragmentation on the Temple at Pergamon
acrylic and charcoal
18" x 24"
$800
This figurine is about 9" tall and made of porcelain.  I try to capture the violence and drama of Athena and other goddesses as depicted in The Iliad, as well as the Temple at Pergamon.
porcelain
8" tall
$800
9" tall figurine in porcelain, inspired by the violence of the goddess in The Iliad, as well as on the Temple at Pergamon.
porcelain
8"
$800
A 7' by 15' comic-book tribute to the violence and monumentality of the Temple of Zeus and Athena at Pergamon.  The piles of dead include tributes to the artists Gericault, Daumier, Michelangelo, Otto Dix and Bill Mauldin.It also is inspired by the great
acrylic on canvas
72" x 120"
$15000
A 7' by 15' comic-book tribute to the violence and monumentality of Temple of Zeus and Athena at Pergamon.   linked to the MeToo movement, Correggio, Titian, Rubens, and many others.  As with "I Met the Goddess," its style is influence by years of reading
acrylic on canvas
72" x 120"
$15000

This series consists of works in acrylic and charcoal, on raw canvas or on paper, as well as ceramics in porcelain. The drawings explore the expressiveness of the fragmented, the broken, and the incomplete through the study of the ruined frieze of the Temple of Zeus and Athena at Pergamon.