Stargazers series is based on imagery inspired from the Killia type figures from 5000 BCE, early Cycladic. They have a round, upturned with a face indicated only by a dorsal ridge that breaks the marble surface just slightly. They look up toward the stars, making the unknown seem vast and wondrous.


Stargazer 1

all pieces are 75" x 39", watercolor, acrylic, ochre pearlescent pigment on Sekishu paper

See related series: Wide and Luteous Light, Cyclades

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