Posts Tagged ‘mythology’

The Travels of Icarus

This monologue was pulled from the vault and is now getting a new lease on life. What began as a single self-contained painting soon became an epic voyage of self discovery as each successive image flowed out of the preceding one and became a sort of metaphorical narrative firmly grounded in Jung’s idea of psychological…

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Interview with Mark Roland, Part 3

This is the conclusion to our three-part interview with the artist Mark Roland. The interview in it’s entirety can be found throughout the month of December in the “Featured Artist” link to the right. Dissent © Mark Roland/Alan Clark   Tell us a little about your collaborations with Alan M. Clark. We did a couple…

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Interview with Mark Roland, Part 2

This is the second of a three-part feature. The interview in it’s entirety can be found throughout the month of December in the “Featured Artist” link to the right. Circus Mind © Mark Roland   Please tell us a bit about your general work process. I work every day, either painting, making new etchings, or printing…

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Interview with Mark Roland, Part 1

Worlds Within © Mark Roland   Mark Roland’s work is an amazing visual journey into worlds seen, unseen and usually only hinted at. A unique and intoxicating mix of mythology, fantasy, psychedelia, visionary landscape and surrealism, ranging in tone and mood from the atmospheric monotones of intaglio etchings to the vibrant colors of the acrylic,…

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