Monday, September 20, 2010

Three Graces - 77

Back to work today on Graces. I've been wondering how to fill the space you see above.The answer you can see is a two headed lamb and a skull.(the skull needs some work before dotting's the wrong shape) You might be puzzled as to why I'm including the two headed lamb.Basically it symbolises how anomalies are, although unusual in the eyes of the man on the street,  actually (as far as this anomaly is concerned) quite common. More about it relevance to the composition another time.


J. Kwiatkowski said...

I was thinking a little further about the two-headed lamb again. I think they occur so often because sheep always gestate a pair of fetuses. I wonder why that is?