|An original charcoal drawing of two crows sitting next to the pelvis of a skeleton, clearly an omen of things to come. This was created by covering the entire sheet of paper completely with charcoal, then erasing that which was not needed. Even the whitest whites still have a bit of charcoal embedded, while the darkest darks are completely black. This black and white Halloween themed artwork is also appropriate for Gothic clothing and decor.|
September 28, 2010
September 24, 2010
This original watercolor, inspired by neolithic cave art, should appeal to Neanderthals and other cavemen, cavers, archaeologists, Celts, pagans, and others. Thirteen spirals (four triple and one single) with one Trinity Knot are superimposed on a background reminiscent of a cave wall; both the Triple Spiral and Trinity Knot are forms of the triskele/ triskelion.
The background is an intricate layering of colors and techniques, including plastic wrap and salt. The spirals and trinity knot were made with stencils; yellow, green, and red paints were then laid over the stencils.