The Muse. One of a group of goddesses linked to the arts. Our museums are named after them because of the history and artefacts contained therein.

One of the muses is Kleio (or Clio). Kleio is the muse for history. For recollection. For memory and looking back if you like.

And Kleio is my muse for today’s post.

First of all, a couple of images of her posing elegantly, looking over a scroll or two:

And then a quick sploshing about of digital oil paints. Yes, I know it’s no oil painting, but it’s the colours that I wanted to use, spread liberally based upon my muse.

Kleio

I’m not normally very good with faces, so hopefully, when inspiration strikes and another muse comes along, these may help me to improve. Well, one must act upon inspiration!

I wonder who my next muse will be?

14 thoughts

    1. I haven’t checked in on any of the other characters for a while, Chris… they’re probably all hanging around their cliff-hangers where we last saw them. It would be nice to get back to them, but I don’t feel ready just yet. Soon, I hope.

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    1. I think with art, it doesn’t matter whether they look good or not, Beverly. They just have to, I don’t know, feel, I suppose… and have a certain look. I’ve actually liked some things that look terrible…!

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    1. I’m hoping you’re referring to the ‘photo’ and not the ‘painting’, CM. But I’m happy if either have provided inspiration! 🙂 Oh… and thank you! 🙂

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