Gordon M Scott

The Lost Labyrinth

Fine Art

The Undiscovered Country

By gordonmscott, Jul 27 2014 03:37PM

This painting is my first large work in several years. At 5ftx4ft it echoes my large works of the 1990's. However, more attention to discipline and detail has resulted in a stronger work.

The content is inspired by a family myth. My great great grandfather who was involved in the early developments of radio through John L. Baird was 'lost' up the Amazon Basin on an expedition.

Here my own imagined character Dr. James E. Mowatt leads us toward a mythic valley.

2 comments
Jul 27 2014 05:11PM by Jeanette

Really great to know the story behind the art! Keep up the large scale work.. it is fabulous. The detail is amazing.

Jan 27 2015 09:52PM by Martin Bernstein

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