Eric Tabales
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Myths and Gods

Myths and God, 2004 shows a mythology vision from a contemporary artist. We know that the spiritual life of Mythological times was very different from ours. In that remote age, two dissimilar, but equally essential and complementary ways of perceiving life predominated: the Mythos and the Logos. The myth related to everything eternal and constant while the logo dealt with the practicality of life. We also know that, if the human being does not find any sense and balance in life, he loses faith.
Cyparissus
Helius
Hera
Hermes
Endymion
Gaea
Ares
Selene
Hero in the Waters of Hellespont
The Castration of Uranus
Apollo
Zepyrus
Morpheus
The fall of Phaeton
Ixion and the Ring of Fire
Perseus and the head of Medusa
Arion
Poseidon
Aphrodyte and the Apple of Discord
Orpheus at the Tartarus Gates
The Rising of Orion and Sirius
Narcissus
The fall of Icarus
Arachne
Hephaestus
Hades
Zeus
Eros
Diana, the huntress
Aeolus
The conception of Heracles
Centaur announcing the dawn