The Hydra of Babylon – Camille Rose Garcia

This latest painting by Camille Rose Garcia is totally hot! “The Hydra of Babylon” measures an enormous 60? x 84? and depicts a Greek hydra (a nine-headed serpent) struggling underwater with an eagle. The piece is described as “animal symbolism borrowed from Greek mythology and inspired by intricate Islamic patterning.” Absolutely love it! Camille Rose Garcia's website via am

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