"Aset (Winged Form)"
The acrylic painting "Aset (Winged Form)" is inspired by my research into ancient Egypt. This goddess is most commonly known as Isis, which is actually the name given to her by the Greeks. She was known by many name throughout the long history of ancient Egypt. Aset was one name commonly used by the Egyptians in order to personify and describe the cosmic force responsible for the formation of human civilization. She is considered to be one of the most worshipped dieties in history. It was said that all who sat upon the throne in ancient Egypt, did so by way of her blessing, for she personifies the throne itself.
While I was painting the symbol known as "The Eye of Horus", I felt compelled to follow it with a worthy depiction the mother of Horus, Aset (Isis). I researched into her most ancient history to decide upon her form and as I was painting it, I decided that she should be painted in similar style as "The Eye of Horus". I studied how, something such as this might have been constructed during the time of King Tut, out of an appreciation for the artists who created his sarcophagus and physical adornments.
A place where all forms of art can be displayed and viewed by everyone
Biagio's Tattoo Gallery's mission is to open the world to the creative side of the human mind. All of the art on the walls display creativity through experimentation, skill and intellect. The showcased artists will always have these attributes.
Hours of Operation
Rotating schedule of 5 days open, 3 days closed. 1pm - 9pm
Location / Contact Info
3138 State Route 10 West, Suite 1
Denville, NJ 07834
Schedule of Artists
- Biagio - Feb 20th - 21st & 23rd - 28th & March 1st 1pm - 9pm (Rotating 4 Days On - 4 Days Off)
- Leilani - By Appointment Only
Rob Talo - Feb 18th - 22nd & 26th - 28th & March 1st - 2nd 1pm - 9pm (Rotating 5 Days On - 3 Days Off)
Art Scholarship Fund
Here at Biagio's Tattoo Gallery we believe in the benefits of an artists education. We understand the value of knowledge & creative expansion and how it can benefit individual lives as well as entire communities. Because of such, we offer the Leilagio Art Scholarship to a prospective art student at William Paterson University. Funds are gathered from painting auctions, donations and tattooing during exhibit opening days. If you are interested in donating to our scholarship, please email us.