A series of ink/mixed media pieces that represent the human figure as an iconic warrior. The type of fighter that is best comparable is the great Medusa. An armor-less fighter whose shear presence and supernatural tendencies won the battles. This series explores the capacities and imaginative potentials of the human form. Through the use of line, pattern and the unfamiliar being the work goes beyond human potentials physically and artistically, making them warriors of the imagination.
1. Rare: the arousing of emotion in someone who hears music; a passage designed to arouse emotions; an emotional response from music.
2. speech that moves hearers emotionally, especially as the speaker attempts to elicit an emotional response by way of demonstrating his/her own feelings; a speech, or figure of speech, designed to move the passion.
Etymology: from Ancient Greek παθοποιία (pathopoiia); πάθος (pathos, “passion”) + ποιέω (poieō, “make”).