Walter Bachinski’s 1977/8 bronze contrasts images of a female nude. He juxtaposes serene repose with disturbing, violent disfigurement. What multifaceted associations for the artist and the audience?
Don Drews – Akershus Castle, Oslo Norway
Norwegian King Haakon V built Akershus Castle in 1290 A.D. to protect Oslo from maritime attack, notably Sweden. Never captured in battle, it also served as a Norwegian prison. Without combat, Akershus Fortress was surrendered […]
Don Drews – Falls Ataraxic Cascade
Creatively imaged scenes from Hamilton Canada’s Albion Falls accompanies Anthony Vanderbrugge’s evocative electronic composition ‘Steccatto Moulato’. Don Drews Please leave this field emptyEmail * Check your inbox or spam folder to confirm your subscription.
Don Drews – Achilleion Palace, Corfu Greece
Named for Achilles, the 1891 Achilleion Palace was built for Austro-Hungarian Empress Elisabeth of Bavaria (‘Sisi’) as a classically Greek-inspired summer residence until her 1898 assassination by an Italian anarchist. Germany’s Kaiser Wilhelm II owned […]
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