“The Serpopard is a mythical creature from Egyptian and Mesopotamian art with the long feline body of a leopard and the long neck of a serpent. Here we see the Serpopard as a very modern temptress. Leopards and snakes have been a staple part of fashion since the 1930’s appearing as prints on fabrics and costume jewellery created by luxury brands such as Cartier and Chanel. These symbols evoke power and sexuality, giving the woman in this artwork status and defining her sexuality..”
This piece employs a mixture of mediums including gems, crystals, collage, and varnish. It is framed and ready to be displayed.