Last week I gave a sneak peek of this painting (you can read it HERE) — I’m now going to take you through the pictorial stages that led up to the finished piece.
So, enough chit-chat — let’s dive into it! 🙂
Well, there you have it!
Afloat in a Torrent Without a Paddle
The title that came through at first was ‘primordial residue‘. However, that led me down the rabbit hole of synchronous events, prods and ticklings to another rather obscure name.
What emerged was a plethora of ancient myth; something about a serpent called Apophis and weighing your soul against a phoenix feather — intrigued? I hope so!
Next week I will break down the emotions that flooded in whilst painting this and just exactly what lead me to uncover the title of this painting, ‘Chaoskampf Demiurge’.
UPDATE: Read “What on Earth is a ‘Chaoskampf Demiurge’? You Seriously Need to Know This!” right now!
For now, the artwork is available as prints in a variety of different sizes and finishes below:
Let me know what comes through for you when you look at this painting (probably best to do it before I uncover the emotions behind it next week — leave your comments in the box below).
Here are some of Templeton’s videos to whet your appetite for next weeks blog:
Here are the Rock Art blogs in order of release:
10 Bands, 10 Paintings…Let the Rock Art Begin!
The Grand Band Reveal is Today!
Radiohead — A Teaser Pictorial ‘Rock Art’ Peek
What Radiohead Looks Like Through The End of My Brush
Song Playlist — Radiohead Albums That Made The Art
Rock Art Series — The Beatles
What The Beatles Look Like From the End of my Paintbrush
Rock Art Series Painting no. 3 — Jeff Buckley ‘Raw’
How I Got ‘Raw’ With Jeff Buckley
‘Dancing in the Void’ — Pink Floyd Rock Art Painting No.4 Photographs
Painting Pink Floyd — Soldiering Through the Minefield of Emotion
‘Dangerous Love’ — Skunk Anansie Rock Art Painting No. 5
Can Music Jump-Start Humanity’s Awakening?