Skulls, sand, and Garuda – Art from Cambodia
I knew that I would find inspiration for artwork in the temples of Angkor, and I was not disappointed. Fantastic jungle trees twist around intricately carved ancient temples, slowly crushing them. Lauren and I spent three days biking around the archaeological park, and then I went back for one more day just to draw.
Angkor wasn’t the only place in Cambodia that got me wagging my markers. Scroll down to see drawings from a relaxing (if odd) stay on Otres Beach, and from Phnom Penh and the nearby sites of the Killing Fields and S-21, where so much tragedy occurred.
From the Killing Fields, Cambodia (2005), based on a photo by Joshua Berman, included in his his blog post about the Killing Fields
$15, marker and pencil on paper, 5″ x 7″
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