Pasiphae and the Bull

by Jenna Kass

Done for Month of Love’s final theme: Forbidden Fruits. I thought of Greek Mythology immediately. Most of the occasions of bestiality in the myths happen to be Zeus in disguise – but the Cretan bull was no veiled god, there was no grace in store for Pasiphaë, and no hero’s journey for her child, the Minotaur.

Dimensions given reflect framed image.

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Jenna Kass is a New York City native who graduated from the School of Visual Arts with a BFA in Illustration. She works primarily with pencil and graphite powder, building up layers of light and shadow to balance subtlety and intense emotion within each piece.