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Medusa 2005 by William T. Ayton

FEATURED IMAGES:
"Medusa" 2005, pencil & ink on paper, 11" x 8.5". From a series of small works on paper exhibited at Alternative Books in Kingston, NY, in June 2005.
Below: "Lost City", 2005, pencil & ink on paper, 11" x 8.5". From the same series.

Lost City

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This page contains works done by William T. Ayton in 2005. These pieces include works of a post-9/11 apocalyptic nature, as well as more general figurative and mythological subjects.

The new series, "The Holocaust" (which is also a collaboration with a composer) is now featured on its own page.

The new (2005) painting, "Self-Pollinating Landscape", which appears in Direct Art magazine vol. 12, can be seen here (no thumbnail on this page).

Click on the thumbnails below to see larger reproductions.

The Onset of Winter
The Onset of Winter
2005, 24" x 24"
acrylic on masonite
World's Forgotten Boy
World's Forgotten Boy
2005, 24" x 24"
acrylic on masonite
City of Burning Towers
City of Burning Towers
2005, 24" x 24"
acrylic on masonite
Beauty
Beauty
2005, 24" x 24" approx.
acrylic on masonite
Empire of Death
Empire of Death
2005, 24" x 24"
acrylic on masonite
Pity Not The Beggar
Pity Not The Beggar
2005, 24" x 24"
acrylic on masonite

Final Sunset
Final Sunset
2005, 24" x 24"
acrylic on masonite

The World
The World
2005, 24" x 24"
acrylic on masonite
To Life
To Life
2005, 24" x 24" approx.
acrylic on masonite
private collection, Maryland
Hiroshima Head
Hiroshima Head
2005, 24" x 24"
acrylic on masonite

Malignant Harlequin
Malignant Harlequin
2005, 24" x 24"
acrylic on masonite

Family
Family
2005, 24" x 24"
acrylic on masonite
Behold The Man
Behold The Man
2005, 24" x 12"
acrylic on masonite
Behold The Woman
Behold The Woman
2005, 24" x 12"
acrylic on masonite
Diana In Red
Diana In Red
2005, 24" x 12"
acrylic on masonite

The Sentinel
The Sentinel
2005, 24" x 12"
acrylic on masonite

   

 

   
     

 

 
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