The imagery that surrounds the Roman goddess Venus usually depicts, like Botticelli’s The Birth of Venus, the moment when the divine being emerges from a sea-shell as a fully formed female figure. The myth itself actually has a much more interesting beginning; Saturn, god of agriculture and fertility castrates his father, the supreme sky god, Caelus, and casts his genitals into the sea. There, in the great foaming turmoil of the ocean the potent male and female energies mix resulting in Venus, goddess of love. Violence, sex and poetry in crashing waves. This series is ongoing and yet to be exhibited, stay tuned for dates and development.