Just a very quick update on the Headfoot Family, Sydikos’s latest egg tempera series. This painting reflects the heat wave that is passing through our country.
A happy creature just ventured forth from the brush of Sydikos. With only a head for knowledge and learning and feet for dancing, who wouldn’t be happy. Sydikos refers to him as Mr. Headfoot and is looking forward to meeting more of his family members. Stay tuned.
Sydikos is back again after an extended absence of several years. His purpose is to update his friends and family on his painting progress using the ancient technique of egg tempera. He also plans to put forward a thought or two on the subject of mister Donald Trump. His creative mind cannot stop coming up with original visuals that demonstrate the folly and the danger of our current White House occupant. So if you sign up to be notified when a post is made, it will always be a surprise when you open it. Sign up to receive notice by scrolingl down to “comment” and check the box that says “Notify me of new posts by email”
This post presents the absolute latest Sydikos egg painting “The Birth of an Idea”. Enjoy.
Snapshot caught in the halls of Congress. Trump taking his favorite dog, Barrky, out for a stroll. Barrky is in the process of being house-broken.
Sydikos returns from an extended vacation only to discover that a person with a similar sounding name has been publishing works under the Sydikos name. His name is Cy DeCosse. It has been reported that Mr. DeCosse will be having a retrospective show at MCAD, The Minneapolis College of Art and Design, which will include some drawings under the name, Sydikos. See this act of piracy for yourself. This show opens on July 26th and runs through September 12. Click on this link to the MCAD press release https://mcad.edu/event/many-faces-cy-decosse-retrospective-exhibition
On a recent trip to London Sydikos discovered a magic wand in a small, out of the way, antique shop in the East End. The owner claimed that it had once belonged to Harry Potter and that it actually worked. Although he didn’t believe the sales pitch, Sydikos bought it anyway as a gift for the grandchildren. However, after playing with it a bit he found, to his astonishment, that he could make himself disappear. What a marvelous ability when trapped in boring meetings or stuffy parties. The grandchildren will not be getting the wand.
DOM, the Phantom of the Duomo in Florence, Italy, lost in Sydikos’s computer for over a year has suddenly reappeared. Sydikos has been able to reassemble the lost fragments into a dynamic new animation that presents once again the eternal message of DOM. Enjoy.