The Bacchae

The Bacchae by Meghan Oona Clifford web

The Bacchae, or: In Which Meghan Oona, Rose, And Elia Melt Into Each Other And All-Encompassing Joy.
2010 | original 12″ x 16″ | graphite on acid-free paper vellum

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This is a Phish Kid Portrait from a late night limo ride from Red Rocks Amphitheater, in Morrison, CO, August 2009. It’s a study of closeness and the Dionysian lifestyle.

bac·chant
/ˈbækənt, bəˈkænt, -ˈkɑnt/ Show Spelled [bak-uhnt, buh-kant, -kahnt] noun, plural bac·chants, bac·chan·tes [buh-kan-teez, -kahn-] –noun
1. a priest, priestess, or votary of Bacchus; bacchanal.
2. a drunken reveler.
–adjective 3. inclined to revelry.
Origin:1690–1700; < L bacchant- (s. of bacchāns, prp. of bacchārī to revel).

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