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‘Hathorian Awakening #3’, - Limited Edition of 25
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‘Hathorian Awakening #3’, - Limited Edition of 25 Print

Denise Marts

United States

Printmaking, digital on Canvas

Size: 48 W x 36 H x 2 D in

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"Hathorian Awakening #3" is a limited edition print series of 25. It is a variation on the theme of a 2010 original painting on canvas. It is a large, dramatic, 36 inch X 48 inch, high quality giclee print on canvas that is stretched over a heavy duty 2 inch stretcher bar. It comes ready to hang. (A smaller 24 inch X 36 inch limited edition print series on paper is also available through Saatchi Limited. See sales associate for details.) My process with this print series involved the use of high resolution photographs of the original painting subjected to a series of complex digital manipulations. The result is a beautiful, complex variation of the original painting along with a substantial size increase resulting in a really bold, dramatic print that can hold its own on a wall. The theme of Hathorian Awakening first began to emerge spontaneously in my work in 2010. In a related original painting I was working on at the time, I noticed an unintentional but distinct form of a cow, or steer, in profile with a round disc above the head. The Goddess Hathor is often represented in Egyptian mythology as a cow or a steer with a sun disk over the head and between the horns. The cult of Osiris in ancient Egypt, like its more modern Christian counterpart, held out the promise of immortality. Originally the dead, male or female, became an Osiris, or a resurrected one, but by early Roman times females who had achieved this level of transcendence had become identified with the Goddess Hathor. Thus the Goddess Hathor evolved over time into a symbol of feminine transcendence. This piece exemplifies a regressive process I often discuss in my work as a theorist in metapsychology where, through the artistic process, individuals are able to access and express contents of the personal and collective consciousness from modernism back through the classical periods of antiquity and beyond.

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Print:digital on Canvas

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:25

Size:48 W x 36 H x 2 D in

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Technology has played an important role in the development of my work as an artist. Though I consider myself primarily a painter, I feel that much of my most original and progressive work is in the newly emergent digital medium. I grew up artistically in the heart of a technological hub and this was central to the integration of technology with my art. I do not believe that technology is "the" future of art. I believe that technology, like every innovation in art before it, is an exciting new aspect of modern art and I feel honored to be a part of that. I am also a theorist on the nascent field of contemporary metapsychology.

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