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Atavistic Memories or Palimpsest Oil on wood, 48 inches by 24 inches,2014 Buy the original from Saatchi Art Atavistic Memories depicts a male human figure in the throes of recalling the tracks of his heritage back to the dawn of time. In displaying numerous characteristics from these epochs, he evokes the behavior and mannerisms of each in the present. The phenomenon is in harmony with shamanism, psychedelic experiences, creative dreaming and transformational psychology. First shown at Doorways to the Underworld exhibition, Stevens Square Center for the Arts, October 25th 2014 For related information see Dream Language Atavism is the tendency to revert to […]

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Anesidora, Pandora

Anesidora Greek Pandora Greek Pandora, Anesidora. Oil on wood panel, 96 inches by 48 inches, 2013.  Price on request. Greek Pandora Anesidora, in English Pandora meaning she who sends up gifts, is a title of the Greek Pandora.   It is she who releases man’s opportunities, the challenges we need to overcome so we might grow, from the vase given to her by the Gods. The word  actually implies “from below” meaning within the earth This is the center panel of the triptych     Fall of Man

pandora, Anesidora from Ancient Greek mythology, An original oil painting by Minneapolis visual artist and author Roger Williamson