|This is yet
another of my interpretive studies of A&M's decorative stonework.
The Medusa Column depicts a classic figure from Greek mythology--the
Medusa. The treatment of the face, along with the "garland" around her
head tend to indicate that this is the chopped-off head of the Medusa, after her
beheading at the sword of Odyseus.
column (more of an urn or light fixture, really) is
located at the rear of the University Administration
image is rendered in airbrushed acrylics on masonite, and
I have tried to capture in it the feel of the light as it
passes through the leaves of the overhanging tree at the