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Hephaestus with fire

the god of artisans, blacksmiths, carpenters, craftsmen, fire, metallurgy, sculpture and volcanoes


An imaginative figure of god Hephaestus forging metal with fire

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Hephaestus is the the god of artisans, blacksmiths, carpenters, craftsmen, fire, metallurgy, sculpture and volcanoes. In Greek mythology, Hephaestus was either the son of Zeus and Hera or he was Hera'sparthenogenous child. He was cast off Mount Olympus by his mother Hera because of his lameness the result of a congenital impairment; or in another account, by Zeus for protecting Hera from his advances (in which case his lameness would have been the result of his fall rather than the reason for it). In his right hand, he firmly grips a mighty hammer, a symbol of his authority and prowess, seems to hum with the potential to shape destiny itself, reflecting the countless wonders it has wrought at his anvil. The tool appears not just a weapon or an instrument, but an extension of Hephaestus's own will, ready to bring forth from the chaos of raw materials the beauty and order of divine artifacts. Contrasting the solidity of the hammer, his left hand cradles a flame that dances with a life of its own, a manifestation of the fire that fuels creation, destruction, and transformation. This depiction of Hephaestus, with a hammer in his right hand and fire in his left, captures the essence of his dual nature: as a destroyer and a creator, a god who knows the price of beauty and the value of resilience. It is a reminder of the power of art and craft to change the world, and of the eternal flame of creativity that burns within us all.

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MATERIAL: polyresin


METHOD: molded


PATINA: cold cast bronze


Secure molded styrofoam packaging