Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Titus Andronicus: Tamara's Revenge

"Titus Andronicus: Tamara’s Revenge"

(not fully pictured here)

The Yella Collection

Acrylic and water on Canvas. Stapled to keep both pieces of Canvas together.

Unframed, rolled up. Frame optional for display.8’3”X9’ (Approx. 100X107 inches)

Inspired by William Shakespeare’s Titus Andronicus

Tamara, the Queen of The Goths, begged and pleaded for the Great Titus Andronicus to spare her firstborn son from the slaughter. After her greatest loss, she vowed to destroy his family in the same way. This is a family tree used as a backdrop for a One-Time Shakespearean Performance of Titus Andronicus through the eyes of Tamara. This vicious story of vengence was performed as the final thesis project in Acting at the California State University of Fullerton.

Contact Jennica@JennicaSchwartzman.com for Pricing

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