Minerva

Here’s another image from my current exhibition, she’s called Minerva, She’s named after the German factory that made her, around 1910.

Minerva

It looks like someone tried to restore her paint job many years ago, pretty badly I must say, I find that it’s adding character to her, well that and her teeth.

This event has ended If you’d like to see some of the other images from this show, click here

I’m currently showing Minerva and other images from the “Dannah’s Toys” series at:

Sabor 2 Café 708 East Colorado Blvd. Pasadena. 91101

from November 16 to December 31. The place is open every day from 7AM to 9PM.

If you’d like to meet me there please drop me a line and we can hang out.

2 thoughts on “Minerva”

  1. Minerva was also the Roman goddess of wisdom (I think). She is the Roman answer to Athena – the Greek goddess of war. Anyway – I like your Minerva, teeth and all. Can’t wait to see the exhibit! – A

  2. Alice, you are absolutely right, she does look strong and all knowing :) I’ll also add that In addition to being the goddess of wisdom she was a patron of the arts, trade, and the art of war, and was born fully armed from the head of Jupiter.