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Winged Women in Tartarus Magazine
Just published in the June issue of Tartarus Magazine is my Winged Women series of images. I’m not sure why they titled it Harpy, however grateful that this series is getting some exposure.
From their website,”In Greek mythology, Tartarus is both a deity and a place in the underworld. In ancient Orphic sources and in the mystery schools, Tartarus is also the unbounded first-existing entity from which the Light and the cosmos are born. Tartarus is a primordial force, a deity, a place for the wicked. The place for those who are misunderstood and are far too progressive to fit. The magazine has a commitment to be a platform to profile and publish talent who are representing artistic vision in the marketplace and who can both encourage and provide role models to other men and women. Tartarus, through its magazine and editorial content, will be a vessel for talent that is all about the artistic principles, the high end, haute couture fashion story books and editorials.”
See more images below or go to Tartarus Magazine‘s site to see the entire beautiful magazine for free.
Visionary Alchemy Exhibit in Tribeca
This Saturday April 29, 2017 The Guardian will be shown in the Visionary Alchemy Group Exhibit in Tribeca. The show is sponsored by the Society for Art of Imagination and is opening Saturday April 29 from 6 to 9pm at One Art Space, 23 Warren St., New York, NY 10007. It will be a great show of mostly paintings, The Guardian may be the only photographic work present. There will be work from H.R. Giger and Alex Grey on view as well as wonderful works from a huge collection of international artists all working in the realm of the imagination. The following quoted from the Society for Art of Imagination’s website:
This art may be called by many names – Fantastic Realism, Surrealism, Magic Realism, Visionary Art, Cosmic Art and Inspirational Art, however the work is neither purely abstract nor rigidly realistic. Members of the Society work independently of one another in various countries yet their work shows a consistent ethos.
Saints and Sinners at BAU
The Guardian, one of the images from the Winged Women series, is on exhibit at Beacon Artists Union in Beacon, NY in a group show titled Saints and Sinners. The print is a 16″x20″digital archival pigment print in a 20″x24″ frame. There is a show closing party on Saturday, January 4, 2014 from 6-9pm at BAU gallery, 506 Main Street, Beacon, NY 12508. Please join us for music, conversation and a great exhibit.
Phantasten Museum Exhibit-Vienna
Two of James Porto’s Winged Women gelatin silver prints will be shown at the Society for Art of Imagination show taking place in Vienna at the Phantasten Museum. They are 12 x 15 inches framed and from an edition of 10. The opening is Saturday, April 14, 2012 so please feel free to attend if you happen to be in Vienna. It runs through April 29. Read more to see the images and for more detail.