Impressions of the natural world with mythological imagery unite the variety of mediums employed in Christine's work
Tuesday, July 1, 2008
More Mythological Work
This piece was finished just before the ProArts open house.
It is part of the continuing work on the reinterpretation of ancient mythologies.
This piece comes from the middle eastern ancient Mithraic tradition. The god Mithras fighting and slaying the bull of heaven. Mithras was a solar diety who became very popular in Ancient Rome as a patron god of the soldier. His origins were in Persia and appropriately the images have a kind of resonance for what we are doing to the planet and to each other every day.
Mandala of the Divine Feminine