Art of the Times:
A Selection of Themes
chapter looks at art from history. In particular it provides links to
sites which concern Ancient Egypt and the Inca and Aztec civilisations
of South America.
& Tribal Arts
This chapter is concerned with cultural art. African tradition and
Australian aboriginal art are in focus.
This chapter will be collecting information on the pre-raphaelite
movment, including the cultural movement of the age in which it evolved.
It also provides support for eTV programming on the subject.
This chapter will contain links and annecdotes on surrealistic art.
I have always been keen on the works of Salvador Dali and Rene Magritte
in particular. Hopefully the horizons will widen.
I am a huge fan of work by the early 20th century American artist
Maxfield Parrish. This chapter begins with a focus on him, but will
also look at his contemporaries around the world.
This chapter will contain just that - be warned! The slant is toward
This chapter is the biggest part of the art archives - too big to
fit it all on the server as yet. Current focus is on Victor Moscoso,
Rick Griffin, Martin Sharp, Stanley Mouse, Anton Kelly and the Family
Dog. It provides support for eTV programmes in the "High Art"
This chapter is more concerned with fantasy and science-fiction
art from modern times. There is considerable crossover with theComix
and Graphics section.
& Roll Art
chapter looks at portaiture and interpretation of rock music. It contains
my own projects from the 1970s, art by musicians themselves and general
I've named this chapter from a Richard Corben comic, but that's
the only connection. The chapter is devoted to what can best be called
"inspirational" art - chemically induced or otherwise.
chapter will be archiving current material in a progressive format.
long-term special project, this chapter will chronicle my search the
most interesting artistic interpretations of both the chess game and
chapter is for archives of material created using digital technologies
chapter is simply a guide to galleries and exhibitions permanently online.