“The realm of the gods is eternal. So hunting becomes a strange and wonderful sport. Because nothing ever dies, and there is an eternity of time to play and the hunt could last centuries in earth time. Then all of the players could trade places and the hunt would begin again.” – Michael Parkes
Lake Tahoe is a picturesque, magical destination that visitors flock to every year. It is also home to the Marcus Ashley Gallery, renowned for its extensive collection of fine art, memorabilia, and books. Art lovers and novice collectors get to revel in the works of local and international talent. While perusing the exhibits on display, you’ll find the mystical Michael Parkes art.
The artist is known for his provocative, symbolic, and otherworldly art that perfectly captures his wild imagination. In Goddess of the Hunt, Parkes’s knack for storytelling comes to the fore through a monochromatic display of hues. This giclée, on paper, captures the essence of goddess Diana and her mighty role as a huntress and an expert archer.
In this giclée print, she wields her strength to tame an unruly panther as she readies for the hunt. Diana is the epitome of grace and fierce feminine energy in Goddess of the Hunt.
Goddess of the Hunt
|Dimensions||19 × 25.5 in|
Print that is signed and numbered by the artist.
|Shipping and Framing||
This will come to you either unframed and tubed with complimentary Continental U.S. shipping – use code ARTFREESHIP – or you can add a custom frame with us.