THE TWO SERPENTS SERIES 
SERPENTS SILVER
The Serpent or Snake is considered to be one of the oldest and most widespread of sacred symbols. It is often seen in mythological stories and cultural rituals, and can represent the duality of things – light and dark for example.
They can be seen as symbols of fertility, creative life force, rebirth and transformation – shedding their skin – immortality, healing – the venom being used both as poison and the cure. Two serpents are seen in the Cadusceus, the staff carried by Hermes in Greek mythology and as one serpent in the Staff of Asclepius, a Greek deity associated with healing and medicine. The Hopi people of North America perform a snake dance as a rain ceremony to help in the fertility of their lands. In fact, there are so many places and occasions that serpents appear culturally around the world that it would take a few more pages to list them all here.
This series of artworks show two serpents entwined representing the duality of the masculine and the feminine. They are connected at their tails and tongues by the Lemniscate (the sacred infinity symbol) making them 'one' – woven as a continual form that is never-ending – infinite. For some, they may see these as the world serpents Python and Typhon and, as with the other artworks, you are also invited to bring your own sacred interpretation to them.
Printed on a very special natural cotton paper with a silvery-shimmering surface finish to create a unique metallic look and feel.

Size: 360 x 600mm
Printed on Photo Rag® Metallic 100% cotton high-gloss metallic finish (340gsm) 
Giclee print
Limited edition 96
Numbered and signed with a blind-embossed monogram stamp for authentication

£126
unframed
 
+ postage and packaging
UK £10
Europe £15
Worldwide £20

If you order more than one poster in a single order, you'll only pay the one price as listed for P&P 
unless the order exceeds capacity for one piece of packaging

Please note the design seen here on-screen is the digital version of the final artwork and due to the differences with on-screen digital colour (along with screen contrast, brightness and so on) and printed colour, the colours seen on this page are a representation only of what will be the final printed colours (which are gorgeous!) and should not be considered to be accurate to the final artworks. All frames shown are for visual purposes only – posters will be supplied unframed.
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