In Greek mythology, Ino committed suicide by throwing herself into the sea. Instead of dying, she was transformed into a sea deity.

In the Norse variant, Ino was known as a firm ruler and a wanderer.

My Ino is Queen of the Earth, endlessly transforming herself while waiting for the war to be over.

Ino, 1998 | oil on canvas | 54" x 48"


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