Snakes Invade Great Moments In Art History
I love snakes, and a few other humans on this planet also love snakes. Sadly there are so many humans that do not. I painted this series to make people smile. Smiling is a positive thing. If I can get humans to have a nice fun feeling while looking at snakes, my job is done.
The Persistence Of Serpents, After Dali
Acrylic on canvas. Serpents where here before us, maybe they will be here after us.
Snakey Night, After Van Gogh
Acrylic on canvas. Van Gogh loved the colour yellow, I wonder if he would have loved the yellow belly sea snake?
Mona The Snake Handler, After Da Vinci
Acrylic on canvas. What lady doesn’t look attractive with a snake draped on her?
The Birth Of Snake Venus, After Botticelli
Acrylic on canvas. Because snakes are beautiful.
They Shall Take Up Serpents, After Wood
Acrylic on canvas. Painted as if Wood was from the South.
Sunday Afternoon On The Island Of La Serpent, After Seurat
Acrylic on canvas, dot by dot. A serpent paradise with no humans.
Retired Lady Snake Charmer, After Whistler
Acrylic on canvas. Notice the smile on her face?
Raft For Reptile Rescue, After Géricault
Acrylic on canvas. Take note that in the background there is a hand with a snake hook to rescue them.
The Serpent’s Supper, After Da Vinci
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