This is my tongue-in-cheek take on the Genesis story. I think it fits into my mythological series. I guess some people won’t like it because they feel that mythological stories from the Abrahamic tradition should be privileged. Obviously, I don’t think that.
The fact that the fruit of the tree of knowledge (of good and evil) is traditionally depicted as an apple strikes me as odd. It seemed to me it should be a book. Books are where we get our most dangerous and exciting ideas. And there’s nothing more dangerous than letting women get their hands on books, is there? Next thing, they start getting uppity.
2 Replies to “Eve and the Tree of Knowledge – 20/100 of 2013”
I am having a small giggle here: hiding it from any man who might know that I have read a book! Woo-wee what a fabulous work. I love the way you stylize your female figure, but more than this I like the stories behind your paintings! Thumbs up from me!
Petronella — thanks so much for your comment! The historic first for my blog-site.