Posts Tagged by Kleos@CHS
|January 17, 2017||Filled under Featured, News||
For Women in Procession, I drew not only from Mycenean frescoes but also from the work of Mark Rothko, with which I was very much engaged in the early 2000s. My goal was to open spaces in the composition and set memories of form in it.
The layering of pigment is used to evoke the layering of time, and the forms are rendered in a fragmentary way so as to evoke concepts and practices beyond what is immediately visually present, alluding to a metonymic quality and potential. Read more…
|May 19, 2016||Filled under Featured, News||
We would like to share some online resources from the Center of Hellenic Studies and Sententiae Antiquae. CHS has on line publications that you can access free of charge.
You can visit Publications which include Hellenic Studies Series, Classics@, and Classical Inquiries. CHS has a news bulletin called Kleos@CHS, the official news bulletin of Harvard’s Center for Hellenic Studies.