The Three Fates drawing is available here.
The mythology of the three fates is that they preside over the destiny of all men. The fates include the young maiden who spins for she is the one who brings things to be. The second fate is the one who weaves all it events into the tapestry of manifestation. Lastly is the old maid who is there to cut the thread of being which is death or even the end of civilization.
I am currently in the process of planning my next major work in the studio and this theme of the three fates I feel could be an interesting subject of a large painting. Nearly all of the paintings I have made over the past twenty years have been no larger than three by four feet. What would be the result of creating a painting six by eight feet? I realize bigger is not always better and I often remind myself of this and yet there is something to be said for a time when going big just makes sense. Garicault's most famous painting, The Raft of the Medusa measures 16x23 feet. The content of that tour de force painting really called for the massive scale.