Hera’s Best

Original paper sculpture titled "Hera's Best". This piece is inspired by the story of Hera and the Peacock. According to myth, Zeus became interested in a woman named Io.  Hera had Argus, her hundred-eyed servant, guard Io. Zeus had Argus killed in order to free Io. According to the Roman author Ovid, Hera rewarded her watchman Argus by turning his hundred eyes into the eye-like images on the tail of the peacock.

Framed size is approximately 13"w x 21"h x 2"d. This paper sculpture is made of artist-quality, acid-free and archival materials. Artist: Tiffany Budzisz

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