Hell Hath No Fury…

Just finished Fury, a character from my painting Temptation of Saint Anthony in the Desert.

She is part of a cast of  tempting characters and notably the most feminine ; although the Spouseman swears it is a portrait of him. I think his daffy.

 Anyway dashing off to meet him for our date night, but wanted to post today’s progress first.

IMG_3854detail from Temptation of Saint Anthony in the Desert

She has really developed from this little doodle-print I made ages ago.


 Well I must get ready, until next time, take care,


Author: babylonbaroque

I am a painter and printmaker working towards creating a body of work that reflects my own developing aesthetic. New work ,first link. The second link is an on-line portfolio.

8 thoughts on “Hell Hath No Fury…”

  1. Well she’s just splendid, with her snaky locks and curvaceousness. Your colour is looking great, all that cobalt teal as a foil to the warmth of your foreground palette.

    Great print too, Posada would be proud!

    1. She is curvy, like a drag queen (-:
      It shouldn’t come as a surprise that my palette is inspired by your work, the dazzling cool/warm that delights my heart.
      I must now hastily look up Posada, another path you have introduced me to, another opportunity to be grateful.

    2. I feel foolish not having known the author of such iconic images, they are so deeply ingrained in ordinary life here in SoCal that they seem to have always been. I love him, our spiritual aesthetic grandfather in this part of the world. Thanks for exposing my oversight.

  2. Yep, fab, fresh colour, powerful stuff and Inlove that little print that started it all off too

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