Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistMike Nash CollectionArtwork
Description‘Gorgon’ derives from the Greek word gorgós, meaning ‘dreadful’, and is used to describe a female monster. Medusa is probably the most notorious gorgon from Greek myth. Armed with hair made of snakes and a horrifying gaze that turned those who beheld it to stone, she is dangerous to the highest degree.Medusa symbolizes the sexuality, intelligence and power of women. Yet the alluring curves of her physicality hide a danger within. The myth teaches us not to judge anything or anyone by appearances.In this image Medusa’s eyes remain in shadow, giving us a brief chance to look upon her.
Mike Nash, England Member Since June 2008 Artist Statement
Thank you for visiting my profile here on ImageKind. My name is Mike and I am a qualified and professional Illustrator.
Over the years I have tackled a variety of art styles and as a result my skills span from pencil drawn designs to three-dimensional miniatures, photography, Stop-Motion animation and digital painting. My experiments within these individual methods have collaborated to form my current visual style. I have a passion for detail and enjoy capturing texture and realistic lighting effects. As a result my work tends to be atmospheric and powerful.
Despite my interest in fictitious creatures I like to harness a sense of realism and history within my designs. My work balances on the divide between plausibility and fantasy.
On the right-hand side of this page you can browse my gallery. All of the images currently on display are available to buy. There are a number of options; you can order an image as a simple poster or you could go a step further and have the image framed and mounted! You can even customise the items to your personal preferance, selecting print size, paper quality/texture, mount colour and frame style.
I hope you enjoy my work and gallery space. Please visit my official website for more artwork and information. Thank you for visiting.