Original abstract works reflecting influences of botanical, art nouveau forms and greek mythology.
Sculpted high texture, on duck canvas. Mixed media incorporating oil, acrylic, airbrushing, metallic enamel work and applique.
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16 / 48 inches
high texture sculpted painting with solid wood hand crafted frame, back board and stretch canvas covered
Greek Myth and Legend.
In Greek mythology, Adrasteia , (also spelled Adrastia, Adrastea, Adrestea, Adastreia) was a nymph who was charged by Rhea with nurturing the infant Zeus, in secret, to protect him from his father Cronus (Krónos) in the Dictaean cave.Adrasteia was also an epithet of Nemesis, a primordial Great Goddess of the archaic period. The epithet is derived by some writers from Adrastus, who is said to have built the first sanctuary of Nemesis on the river Asopus, and by others from the Greek, according to which it would signify the goddess whom none can escape.
this painting explores the relationship and myth behind the two, through metaphorical colour and form.