The Sorcerer of Trois Frères, Ariège France

Let me introduce The Sorcerer discovered in 1960 in Ariège, France. He has been regarded a mythical figure, a shaman, leading a ritual dance. The fact that he directly looks at us as if he is interrupted, is remarkable. Why is he doing that? My method of getting to know him better is through drawingContinue reading “The Sorcerer of Trois Frères, Ariège France”

Desborough Iron Age Mirror Drawing & Essay

In 2017, I followed ‘Who were the Celts?’ at Oxford Department for Continuing Education. I enjoyed reading an essay on Iron Age mirrors. ‘Mirrors in the British Iron Age: Performance, Revelation and Power, by Melanie Giles and Jody Joy. It inspired me immensely.  Iron Age 50 BC – AD 50 Found in 1908 near DesboroughContinue reading “Desborough Iron Age Mirror Drawing & Essay”

Crossed Bison of Lascaux: Art Study Through Drawing

The two bison of Lascaux (Dordogne, France) are eye-catching cave paintings made about 17,000 years ago. I liked them because they are testosterone filled beasts but at the same time, they look cute with their large, round bodies and skinny legs. During my study of this painting, I found five interesting features. First, the twoContinue reading “Crossed Bison of Lascaux: Art Study Through Drawing”