Ancient sources tell us in Egypt it was Thoth, in Greece it was Hermes and for the Romans of two thousand years ago it was Mercury. These were the Gods of wisdom and knowledge. sentinels on the path of discovery. This piece is an ode to those seekers of wisdom and lovers of truth.
“After Taurus” is a story about ancient seekers of wisdom and the power of wisdom stretched beyond the age age of Taurus and well past the present age of Aquarius. Figures as distant as Plato and Nikola Tesla join together to tell this tale of the ages.
How We Got From There To Here
Scientists refer to an event that occurred about 500 million years ago as the Cambrian explosion or the time when life as we know it began on earth. The idea of this is what this painting, entitled “Before Cambrian”, creates an abstracted landscape of some of the events that have occurred between then and now.
Life is Worth Much More Than Gold
Borrowing from legendary cartoonist Rube Goldberg, this piece entitled, “Within the Hands of Time”, reflects on our perception of time and how each moment is truly its own unique universe.
A Short History of Ancient Rome
As a history lesson in one painting, this piece entitled, “Romulus was from Troy”, takes key moments in ancient Roman history and weaves them together, creating a whole new story with echos from the past.
“Prusha the Cosmic Man” is a painting that fuses together a Flemish classic painting, Hindu philosophy, quantum physics, astronomy and Egyptian mysticism in hopes that you the viewer use these anchor points to reflect on ourselves as cosmic creations.
This homage to legendary artist, Jean Michael Basquiat, takes his oft quoted phrase, “Boom for real”, as the jumping off point to a deconstructed boombox which represents the classic b-boy era that took root in the early 80’s. This era was when Basquiat produced his largest body of work.
Beneath the double image of a Celtic, infinite knot, our protagonist moves towards the sacred light of revelation ushered in by my the winged scarab. Wisdom is the light that leads the way in this piece entitled, “Ain’t no sunshine when she’s gone”.
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