Cup of Phaistos / Middle Minoan 2,000 b.c.e.
We suffer a cultural amnesia as to the meanings of these ancient images. Reproducing them is a kind of meditation on their lost messages.
Dogon Fish 3,200 b.c.e. / Reproduction in watercolor – 2013
Egyptian Holy Cow in Blue (Hathor) / Water Color & Ink – 2012
Persephone at the Gates of Hell Pre-occupied with a Narcissus Flower / From the Cup of Phaistos, middle-Minoan Crete – Watercolor & Ink (2013)
Middle-Minoan representation of Baubo, mid-wife frog goddess of subversive & dirty jokes; the only one who could make Demeter laugh when Persephone was abducted to the Underworld. Linoleum cut reproduction / 1999
Neolithic Owl Goddess (4,500 b.c.e.) / Linoleum cut reproduction (1999)
Lion Bird / Neolithic Chimera & Icon – Watercolor 2014