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Mark Humes, Boreas, 2016.
Size: 24 x 30 x 1.5 inch (h x w x d)
Technique: Digital painting.
Medium: Giclée on canvas.
Edition of 10.
This artwork was featured in The Book Of Lost Verses: Book 1. Published April 2, 2016.
" I am the Northern wind, the frost maker, and the thunderhead all freeze beneath my gaze. I am a Boreas." Mark Humes, Boreas, The Book Of Lost Verses: Book 1
Q & A With artist Mark Humes About Boreas
Why Did you make Boreas?
I want to create the Winter season as a living thing. I have done battle with it my whole life and feel it was time I gave it a face.
What does Boreas represent?
Boreas is the face of the Winter season and cold. It represents the season having a personality and will of its own.
What inspired Boreas?
My relationship with the cold. Winter is always a battle for me as if an entity is working against me. It hindered my movement, brought me pain and illness. There seems to be power in given a thing a name and face. So, the inspiration for this work is surviving the winter.
How did you make Boreas?
I used a now-obsolete graphics program I chose to keep a trade secret and the touchpad on my laptop computer.
What does The artwork Boreas mean?
It means standing up to the adversity of nature and making a living in the harshest of conditions.