The Titan is a symbol of earthly, brute strength and the chaos of nature at the beginning of creation. In... Read More
The Titan is a symbol of earthly, brute strength and the chaos of nature at the beginning of creation. In Ancient Greece, they were the ancestral pantheon of gods. In Buddhist scriptures, they are Asuras constantly at war, marked by jealousy and overwhelming ambition; they represent states of consciousness.
The Sphinx is a monster, an oracle and a guardian. In its Egyptian and Greek iterations, it represents the destructive emptiness of absolute power and a gateway to another dimension.
Apotheosis represents the union of confrontational mediums and symbols that seek its partners' destruction. The tapestry is a contemporary telling of the alchemical wedding, symbolic of duality and intersection of natures.