Here’s the latest piece in India ink from my series on wild animals in sacred spaces. This time a leopard and like the stag piece I placed the leopard in a Byzantine style church. To be more specific the Ekatonpiliani or the Church of 100 Doors, one of the oldest churches in Christiandom, located right here in Paros, which I used as a reference. Above is the detail of the leopard while the whole piece is below. It’s actually made up of three separate pieces of paper–by combining them I wanted to evoke more space and height in the architecture.
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