Guest illustration – Flaroh’s Medea

In this Guest Post, I’m delighted to introduce you to the fantastic art style of Flora Kirk, aka Flaroh.

Read the accompanying post to learn more about her work.

Medea - Medea and her 'cauldron of rejuvenation', where she rejuvenated an old sheep by cutting it up, putting it into a cauldron, and applying herbs. While impressive, this was an elaborate trick to her enemy Pelias' daughters, who attempted the same ritual with their own father with much less success... 
Created by Flora Kirk of Flaroh Illustration as part of the Drawtober 2020 art challenge
Medea and her ‘cauldron of rejuvenation’, where she rejuvenated an old sheep by cutting it up, putting it into a cauldron, and applying herbs. While impressive, this was an elaborate trick to fool her enemy Pelias’ daughters, who attempted the same ritual with their own father with much less success…
Created by Flora Kirk of Flaroh Illustration as part of the Drawtober 2020 art challenge.
You can buy this, and other similar pieces, as a print.

Read the accompanying post to see more of the artist’s work!

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