The Rooster Complains to the Goddess Juno by roxygen
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Part of my Aesop’s Fables Series painted on rice paper with ink and watercolor. I adapted two fables to make a single narrative panel.

In the original, it is a peacock who complains to the Goddess Juno that he can’t sing as well as the nightingale – to which she replies that each bird has their own talent, and instead of envying the gifts of others you must make the most of your own.

The second fable is the Rooster who comes across a pearl amid the straw. The Rooster says that the pearl may be a prize to men but he would rather have a single barley corn instead. The lesson learnt is that things are only precious for those who can appreciate them.

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aesops fables, asian, birds, figure, ink, narrative, rice paper, watercolor

Comments

  • Chris Baker
    Chris Bakerabout 4 years ago

    Beautiful piece, rooxygen – and a fable that ALL artists should bear in mind ;)))

  • thanks chris, and much agreed!

    – roxygen

  • Christine Corrigan
    Christine Corr...about 4 years ago

    Love the goddess and the fable! Nice work!

  • Lenora Brown
    Lenora Brownabout 3 years ago

    Beautiful work. Ideal for this challenge. :)

  • RicIanH
    RicIanHover 1 year ago

    Wonderful

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