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.

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