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Ammonis

by Allen Williams

Named because of her resemblance to the fossil Ammonite, that being a derivative of the Egyptian Amun, the horned god. She is a small study in texture, rhythm and color. Her mantle, or horns if you prefer, are intended to look both rigid and flexible…like horn and tentacle combined. A balance of power.

This piece is oil and modeling paste on gessoed Stonehenge Cream Journal paper. She is 4″ in diameter and framed.

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Allen Williams is an award winning illustrator, concept artist and writer. From a young age he felt at home with a pencil in his hand drawing constantly. After starting college he found himself painting or drawing more than his assignments so he made the plunge and for over 25 years has applied his talents to everything from illustration for gaming companies, book covers, concept work for major motion pictures and television and personal work on display in galleries and shows across the United States, Europe and Asia.





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