The Ides of March is both ominous and joyous. Yes, Ceasar.( fyi check out long description)
MARCH is hard to predict in Pennsylvania. Is the snow melting away or are the chilling winds and more snow heading our way ? That twilight moment is what inspired this piece.. when the moon first appears and changes all the shadows and colors. . I did a solo exhibition in Philadelphia with this title and still go back to the theme often. Subtle or not so subtle changes in the seasonal landscape is pivotal to my work.
RECOMMEND :The Ides of March 20" x 20" or larger Printed on Acrylic that looks like 1/4" of glass it floats the image..no frame The artwork is ready to hang on your wall when you open it and
Gotta say this is a STUNNER ! The piece sold ME on the 1/4"acrylic medium with the diabolt kleat !
The expression Beware ofthe Ides of March comes from William Shakespeare 's play Julius Caesar, when Caesar is warned by the soothsayer to "beware the Ides of March."
The history behind this...March 15, 44 BCE, Caesar was murdered near the Theatre of Pompey where the Senate was meeting. Caesar’s assassination transformed Roman history, as it was a central event in marking the transition from the Roman Republic to the Roman Empire.
Ides simply referred to the first full moon of a given month, which usually fell between the 13th and 15th. In fact, the IdesofMarch once signified the new year, which meant celebrations and rejoicing. Yet, when heroes in movies, books and television shows are faced with theIdesofMarch, it’s always a bad omen.
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