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  • Acrylic & oil on wood panel

    45cm in diameter

    Ready to hang. Free shipping within Australia.


    We all love the sun and could not live without it. In ancient Greek mythology, the sun was represented by Helios, the sun god. He drove a chariot daily from east to west across the sky and sailed around the northerly stream of Ocean each night in a huge cup. He is depicted here in intricate golden sphere, which was created using a doily and the screen-printing process.


    This composition was also inspired by the story of Danaë, an Argive princess also from Greek Mythology. She was locked in a tower by her father to prevent her from conceiving a son. The tower had no doors or windows and only a sky-light for light and air through which Danaë could see the sun. Here she looks up at the sun through the open sky-light.

    Sun Worship

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