Greek gods, roman history, mythological beings and ancient forces in the paintings of italian paintresses Carla Roselli and Vanessa Foschi
Gods, beings of a whole, unadulterated, untainted existence. For them time is fluid and fisical forms are things to be shifted and possessed. They are the smallest part of them. Deities can exist in multiple places and bodies. They move fast as thoughts being conceived (Homer, Iliad, XV). Too vast to be contained in a single vessel, they are mighty and eternal, adhering to a standard that didn’t apply to creatures of flesh and a limited life. Gods don’t see the world like we do, one thing at a time, from just one’s spot, and they are not defined by time.