Monthly Archives: March 2011

Queen of the Beasts

Here’s a painting I made for my wife late last year, for her birthday. Godzilla, you done got knocked the #*@$ out! The white marks scattered across her head are from paper left atop the painting before the varnish had completely cured. The paper stuck to the varnish enough to rough it’s smooth surface when […]
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Electric Kali sketch fragment

“Woman, in the picture language of mythology… is the guide to the sublime acme of sensuous adventure. By deficient eyes she is reduced to inferior states; by the evil eye she is spellbound to banality and ugliness. But she is redeemed by the eyes of understanding. The hero who can take her as she is, […]
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Studies – Electric Kali

I’m working on another painting of Kali.  Below are some studies.  Kali’s grimace is a challenging expression to illustrate– it may not really exist in reality.  Each of these faces has an element I want in the painting, but none of them are exactly what I want.  This is often the way of using reference– […]
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…and we’re back

Got a sleek new look and a lot of changes under the hood, all thanks to my bro at Other Half Full.  Thanks John!  If you need web design or marketing assistance, he’s the man, drop him a line. Over the next few weeks I’ll get to know how to use this stuff, and hopefully […]
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  • Drawings, Paintings, and Blatherings by James Pezzetti, artist and co-creator of Unicorn Soup