Two cubs lay beneath their mother, whose back is to the viewer, yet curves her head around to face outwards. Her eyes are golden, and look out towards the viewer. One cub looks up at its mother with closed eyes. The mother's white whiskers stand out against the otherwise warm, golden tones of the painting.
Two cubs lay beneath their mother, whose back is to the viewer, yet curves her head around to face outwards. Her eyes are golden, and look out towards the viewer as if the send a threatening message to stay away. One cub looks up at its mother with closed eyes, perhaps hungry. The mother's white whiskers stand out against the otherwise warm, golden tones of the painting.
This carved bone sculpture depicts the Virgin Mary raising her right hand in a gesture of grief while her head is bent in mourning. A similar female figure, holding her hands clasped before her, appears in profile behind the Virgin, and another female figure stands to the left. Behind the mourning women the pointed helmets worn by two soldiers may be discerned.
This diminutive sculpture represents the grief-stricken Virgin and two other mourning women along with two soldiers that, together with its companion piece depicting John the Evangelist (1966/1.108), once formed part of a Crucifixion scene in a small portable altarpiece.
Large bronze sculptures resembling headless human figures standing with one foot forward. The surface textures are all uniquely irregular and rough, with long vertical striations. All have colored patina, one is gold, one is green, and one is whiteish gray.
This is one of three Doner sculptures installed together- Angry Neptune, Salacia and Strider.
"Strider was named because the giant is taking a stride. It seemed this movement was a defining characteristic as the wax occupied the same space as Neptune and Salacia....I think Strider resonated with the powerful giants. So, they were created in the same space in a relatively short period of time and seemed joined in scale, presence and purpose."
I don't print fiber much these days. Too Busy. When I do it's for an exhibit. I printed this recently for a show - It was during a Training for Ali's last fight. I matted it with a 8ply, white archival matt 11 x 14 for the show Big Hit.
signed and dated
25.4 x 20.32 cm (10 x 8 in.)
A boy sitting on a bench, looking over his shoulder and off into the distance next to his white shirt. The city skyline is in the back.