Saturday, February 23, 2008

La Reine Sans Tête


A few posts down, I have another Anne Boleyn papercut that I did before I came to England. That one I encased in resin and it turned out okay. I can now see why the old masters sketched things again and again and again before they put it to the canvas. I think this depiction of Anne Boleyn at the scaffold worked out better. I know a little bit more about some of the details of her death which helped add to it. This one is pretty large, about 4 feet by 3 feet in height. This and the menagerie have been my favorite ones of the whole series.

4 comments:

bug girl said...

These are great. I can't wait to go see them sometime.

Summer said...

Hey there...
I just stumbled on your site. You do some seriously cool work. Nice job!

Summer

Angry Asian said...

this breathtaking.

perilloparodies said...

horrendous though the history of it goes, your art makes it come alive in beauty. i am amazed.