Four Angels of the Apocalypse (Single Print)


While the word apocalypse is often defined as “the complete final destruction of the world, or an event involving destruction or damage on a catastrophic scale”, the etymology of the word “apocalypse” is the Greek “apokaluptein” (from apo- “un-” + kaluptein “to cover”) meaning “uncover” or “reveal”.

The apocalypse then, can be seen as a revealing of something that has been hidden.

Our quest is to envision the concept of an apocalypse, not as the destruction or annihilation of the world, but as an awakening that will enable the creation of a liberated new world. While there is often chaos before creation, death before rebirth (the Italian Renaissance was preceded by rampant wars and plagues), it is in seeing the greater picture as a whole that these forces can be better understood.

Catastrophic influences exist at every scale- from the microcosmic human scale, to the macrocosmic planetary and galactic scales. Destructive urges within humanity exist to be reconciled as expressions of collective unconscious energy, understood as symbolic acts of recreating past events, in order that they may be healed and transformed.

By focusing on the transcendent opposites of these archetypal forces, we call forth the inner light to cast its resplendent rays into the shadows and awaken the sleeper. The end of a time does not signify the end of life, only the beginning of a new world yet to come. If one can witness the paradox and seeming contradictions held within these compositions, an illuminating beam of gnosis may emerge from the innermost self. This heightened awareness ceases to define existence through distinctions of polarity, but instead recognizes an interconnectedness and unity underlying all life. Layers of metaphorical meaning await our inquiry, for these four paintings tell numerous stories which overlay many interpretations (mythic, religious, scientific, astronomical, cosmological, etc.) as they offer many points of entry along the journey to Truth.



This print combines all 4 Angels into one piece.

Gallery Wrap
Dimensions = 30″H x 40″W x 1 1/2″
Material = Canvas
Gallery Wrap on 1 1/2″ stretcher bars

Archival Paper
Dimensions = 16″H x 24″W
Giclee Paper (pronounced Gee’clay)

Additional information

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Gallery Wrap, Archival Paper


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