Rescue from the Underworld;Although the Theros set was, of course, based on Greek Mythology as a jumping-off point, I used that card to tap into the kind of atmospheric existential scenes I’ve been painting since I was young. With Charon, the ferryman, crossing the River Styx to pick up the waiting passenger (or is he dropping off a resurrected soul?), it’s clearly confronting a question of mortality through a very enduring image.
THE ERINYES (also called The Furies) were three netherworld goddesses who avenged crimes against the natural order. They were particularly concerned with homicide, unfilial conduct, crimes against the gods, and perjury. A victim seeking justice could call down the curse of the Erinys upon the criminal. The most powerful of these was the curse of the parent upon the child–for the Erinyes were born of just such a crime, being sprung from the blood of Ouranos, when he was castrated by his son…
"Persephone - Queen of the Underworld" A print of the original painting by Emily Balivet, 2010. Printed on matte Kodak Endura paper, the print measures 16x20 with a .5" white border allowance. The print is signed and dated on the back and ships flat.
Hekate: goddess of the crossroads, the queen of witches, the ruler of the heavens & the underworld. She is the embodiment of darkness; the moon in it’s true color. She is the maiden, the mother & the crone; the keeper of all vast knowledge & mysteries, wisdom, strength & truth. She is a liberated woman, free from all male-created bonds. She is mind, body, spirit; birth, life & death.
To portray William’s death, Tatopoulos Studios created a practical extension of the suit, which was to be ripped apart for the Werewolf’s gruesome demise at the hands of Michael Corvin. Description from monsterlegacy.wordpress.com. I searched for this on bing.com/images