James Beoddy (1951- 2015); Columbus, Ohio (pg 2)
(all images and artworks on this page © James Beoddy)
James Beoddy, visionary artist: Paintings
|Arenas, 1977 (approx 4 x 8 feet)||Arenas (detail)||Arenas (detail)|
|Millenium, 1989 (approx 3 x 4 feet)||Millenium (detail)||Millenium (detail)|
|Martian Gothic, 1997 (approx 3.5 x 3 feet)||Martian Gothic (detail)||Martian Gothic (detail)|
Early James Beoddy Paintings
|FZAP, 1986 (approx 3 x 4.5 feet)||The Temptation of James Anthony, 1975 (approx 3.5 x 4 feet)||The Knife is the Color of Time, 1074 (approx 3 x 4 feet)|
additional Jim Beoddy 3-D Artworks on Paper
Early anaglyphic drawings, ca 2002- 2005 (approx 22 x 28 inches). These are meant to be viewed through anaglyphic 3-D glasses. “right-blue” means that the blue lens should be over the right eye, “right-red” for red lens over the right eye.
|(blue-right)||(blue-right)||Mary Tyler Moore (blue right)|
Chromadepth drawings, ca 2002- 2006 (approx 22 x 28 inches). These are meant to be viewed through ChromaDepth TM 3-D glasses.
|Contact||January Man||Red Pearls|
Recent anaglyphic drawings, ca 2008- present (approx 22 x 28 inches). These are meant to be viewed through anaglyphic 3-D glasses. “right-blue” means that the blue lens should be over the right eye, “right-red” for red lens over the right eye.
|Vesteek (red-right)||untitled (red-right)||Night’s Poet Laureate (blue-right)|
|EVOK (red-right)||Gemini (red-right)||Companions (red-right)|
2011 works by Jim’s female alter-ego “Chimera” (painted left-handed by Jim)
“Following the literary debut of his new “Chimera” character (see 2011 Intro to GOBLINHOOD, 2012), right-handed Beoddy expanded Chim’s creative potential, giving her the use of his left hand to draw with. Beoddy sometimes strengyhems the lines, and fills in the dark areas, and anaglyphs the pictures for 3-D. But the drawings are Chim’s.” (text provided by Jim fall 2011) [Chimera drawings (below) are approximently 8.5 x 11 inches]
|Nude Chim (red-right)||Chiminy Cricket (right-red)||A Chim Self-Portrait (right-red)|
And just in time for the final ticks of 2012, Chimera’s masterwork: Chim’s Pookarama Comix
And for 2013, the full 12-episode in 3-D color: I, Chimera: