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Appolyon means destruction (destructor) in greek. thought it was a gnar word and made a gnar tree in honor
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This image came about from research after friends
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i like it alot
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Greek Heritage
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This work was completed in 2006, and was based upon the song by Nightwish, about the mermaids who would lure seamen to their death in Greek Mythology
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Greek Goddess
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Greek Goddess
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"That is an artist as I love artists, modest in hi
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Brother Vasil takes a brief respite from a day of
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Just a fun assignment from art class.
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This was created from my head. Adara means beauty in Greek. Chalk pastels and the small detail within the jewelry is colored pencils
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Soldiers on parade at the Tomb of the Unknown Sold
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Windmill at Sunset on the Greek Island of Mykonos
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Greek pottery on the harbor at sunrise on the island of Kefalonia, Greece
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A fisherman's boat at sunrise on the island of Kef
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• Selene: Selene is the Greek goddess of the full moon. At night she rose from the ocean and, with her silver chariot drawn by white horses, she rode through the sky. After her brother (the sun Elios
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ruled by women. The butterflies are soul symbols: “Psyche” was the Greek word for both “soul” and “butterfly”, dating from the belief that human souls became butterflies while searching for a new
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