'Hera Escaped' Postcard

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A single postcard is sent in the mail with your address written on the back, and a note from me.

This postcard is from a series of Olympian goddesses escaping their roles as the props of patriarchal myth.

The painting is inspired by the Olympian goddess Hera, who is associated with peacocks, and always portrayed as too being too proud and self-centred. In this image, those qualities are not rotten, but large, sunlike, glorious, and positive. Like author Glennon Doyle writes in her book Untamed,

Selfless women make for an efficient society but not a beautiful, true, or just one... What we need are women who are full of themselves.


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