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The Doge

The Doge

The Doge, 2012, brush & ink on paper, 14″ x 11″.

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The Minotaur

Here are some versions of the Minotaur that I’ve done over the years:

The Minotaur, 2006, acrylic on masonite, 24" x 24" approx.

The Minotaur, 2006, acrylic on masonite, 24" x 24" approx.

Machine Gun Minotaur, 2007, acrylic on board, 30" x 18".

Machine Gun Minotaur, 2007, acrylic on board, 30" x 18".

Minotaur Skull, 2001, pen & ink on paper, 8.5" x 6".

Minotaur Skull, 2001, pen & ink on paper, 8.5" x 6".

Minotaur Skull, 2004, acrylic on plywood, 24" x 19.75".

Minotaur Skull, 2004, acrylic on plywood, 24" x 19.75".

Minotaur Squared, 2002, brush & ink on paper, 9" x 6.8".

Minotaur Squared, 2002, brush & ink on paper, 9" x 6.8".

The Last Minotaur, 1997, oil on unstretched synthetic canvas, 4' x 6' approx.

The Last Minotaur, 1997, oil on unstretched synthetic canvas, 4' x 6' approx.

Many-Horned Minotaur, 2009, pencil on paper, 11" x 8.5".

Many-Horned Minotaur, 2009, pencil on paper, 11" x 8.5".

There are more, but that’s enough for now.

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The Golem

This was a small drawing I did in 2002 that is now in a private collection:

The Golem, 2002, ink on paper, 9" x 7"

The Golem, 2002, ink on paper, 9" x 7"

The Golem was a creature made of clay that came to life to protect the Jewish people of Prague, I believe. Coincidentally, the Golem also featured in Michael Chabon’s Kavalier and Clay, but that’s another story…

In 2004, I did a color version of the same image:

The Golem, 2004, acrylic on plywood, 24" x 19.75".

The Golem, 2004, acrylic on plywood, 24" x 19.75".

As much of my work deals with mythologies, I’ll probably create another golem someday.

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