Ancient Investigations:

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This work explores shape and symbol in relation to the significance of the number three.

I look at the ancient relationship of the concept of three. Three is the number to which "all" was given.

It contains the beginning, a middle and an end.

The power of three is universal and is the tripartide nature of the world as heaven, earth and water.

It is as human body, soul, and spirit. 

Three faces of eve: daughter

Three faces of eve: daughter

Acrylic on canvas 16"x 20"

Three faces of eve: mother

Three faces of eve: mother

Acrylic on canvas 16"x 39"

Three faces of eve: Crone

Three faces of eve: Crone

Acrylic on canvas 16"x 20"

Broken Rope

Broken Rope

Gouache on Archival paper 18"x 26"

Celtic Rope

Celtic Rope

Gouache on Archival paper 18"x 26"

Triquenta

Triquenta

Gouache on Archival paper 18"x26"

Final Comment

Final Comment

Graphite on archival paper 18"x26"

Niaux Venus

Niaux Venus

Oil on canvas 28' x 36"

Corpus

Corpus

Gouache on Archival paper 18"x26"

Primitive growth

Primitive growth

Ink and acrylic on Birch board 12"x12"

Beginning

Beginning

Ink & Acrylic on Birch board 12"x12"

Opening

Opening

acrylic on birch board 12"x12"

Earth, Fire, Water

Earth, Fire, Water

Acrylic on Birch board 20"x 48"( 3 panels hung together)

Three faces of eve: daughter

Acrylic on canvas 16"x 20"