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Sabin Howard Sculptor

Sabin Howard Sculptor

#fantasy

#fantasy

Druids Trees: #Druid. (This one reminds me of Leso, another character from my novella)

Druids Trees: #Druid. (This one reminds me of Leso, another character from my novella)

Sharing stories (aka. social currency) creates a bond between the brand and its followers. Like a bond fire, people can connect through stories and life experience. This in turn will create an authenticity to the brand and give the brand personality and be personable.

Sharing stories (aka. social currency) creates a bond between the brand and its followers. Like a bond fire, people can connect through stories and life experience. This in turn will create an authenticity to the brand and give the brand personality and be personable.

A Magnificent Hellenistic Terracotta Head of Aphrodite

A Magnificent Hellenistic Terracotta Head of Aphrodite

Poseidon of Artemision, 5th C. BC bronze, National Museum, Athens

Poseidon of Artemision, 5th C. BC bronze, National Museum, Athens

The fantastic ancient Greek sculpture of Apoxiomen ( Croatian Apoxiomenos ) , IV B.C. , from Mali Losinj, Croatia

The fantastic ancient Greek sculpture of Apoxiomen ( Croatian Apoxiomenos ) , IV B.C. , from Mali Losinj, Croatia

Crouching Aphrodite, Louvre Museum

Crouching Aphrodite, Louvre Museum

Head of Ares - after Greek original by Alkamenes 420 B.C, at the State Hermitage Museum, Saint-PetersburgAres[Mercury to the Romans] wearing the helmet with feathers [also on his ankles] that represent his celestial power as a messenger from Zeus. The swirl is symbolic of eternal life.

Head of Ares - after Greek original by Alkamenes 420 B.C, at the State Hermitage Museum, Saint-PetersburgAres[Mercury to the Romans] wearing the helmet with feathers [also on his ankles] that represent his celestial power as a messenger from Zeus. The swirl is symbolic of eternal life.

Pallas Athene the Greek goddess of wisdom and courage was a daughter of Zeus. He suffered a terrible headache, so called upon the blacksmith god Hephaestus to bring him a radical cure. With a single swing of his mighty axe, Hephaestus cleaved open the head of Zeus, whereupon with a loud cry sprang forth Pallas Athene - fully grown and armed.

Pallas Athene the Greek goddess of wisdom and courage was a daughter of Zeus. He suffered a terrible headache, so called upon the blacksmith god Hephaestus to bring him a radical cure. With a single swing of his mighty axe, Hephaestus cleaved open the head of Zeus, whereupon with a loud cry sprang forth Pallas Athene - fully grown and armed.