Dionysos (Διόνυσος), acrylic on canvas, 80×60 cm. 2012

Mnemosyne, acrylic on canvas, 80×60 cm. 2012

Diadumenos, oil on canvas, 72×93 cm. 2012

Kleobis, oil on canvas, 50×40 cm. 2012

Proteus captured, acrylic on canvas, 100×120 cm. 2012

In Plato’s Symposium, Porus, or Poros, was the personification of resourcefulness. He was seduced by Penia (poverty) while drunk on more than his fill of nectar at Aphrodite’s birthday. Penia gave birth to Eros (love) from their union. Porus was the son of Metis. According to the character Diotima, Eros is forever in need because of his mother, but forever pursuing because of his father.

Penia and Poros, oil on canvas, 180×120 cm. 2012

Malval, oil on canvas, 73×60, 2012

Hare (Crête des Lièvres, Nax), oil on canvas, 33×46 cm. 2012