This new sketch is based on a fresco from Mycenae. They ruled the Aegean Sea from 1400 BC until 1100 BC. Their is a deceptive simplicity to ancient art that I find very appealing.
Who was this woman? Why is she smiling?
A sketch of a Japanese girl I drew twenty years ago.
Close to my home stands an ancient portal Dolmen, it is 7000 years old and boasts the heaviest capstone in Europe.
These tombs were important sites in ancient Ireland, as they were gateways to the afterlife. I’m some senses they are like our equivalent of pyramids. You can learn more here http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Brownshill_Dolmen.
In another life I spent many pleasurable hours drawing and sketching. I thought I had lost all of these pictures but I recently found them in my parent’s attic. I have decided to share them on my blog as writing prompts. I would be delighted to think a drawing of mine might inspire a story or poem.
I will be my sharing my drawings over the next few months.
Thanks and all the best.
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