Labyrinth by Deborah Persephone and Pomegranates  by Gerrie Urban Myth by Helen Flying Too Close to the Sunby Kirsten Pachamama, the Earth Mother Shape Shifting by Diane
Inari by Françoise Ariadne's Thread by Kristin Achilles' Heel by Karen After the Big Wet by Brenda Modern Medusa by Terri Nike's Wing by Nikki

Modern Medusa

by Terri

Medusa is from Greek mythology. It is said she was raped by Poseidon and became pregnant. When Athena found out about the rape and pregnancy, she turned Medusa's beautiful hair into snake-like serpents. Medusa was beheaded by Perseus while pregnant and as she died, Pegasus (the winged horse) was born from her. My quilt is machine-pieced neutral fabrics that are then thread sketched and painted with Caran d' Ache Neocolor II Crayons.

Modern Medusa by Terri
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