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Chrysopeleia (/ˌkrɪsɵpɨˈliːə/; Greek Χρυσοπέλεια) was a Hamadryad nymph. A hamadryad who was one day in great danger, as the oak-tree which she inhabited was undermined by a mountain torrent. Arcas, who was hunting in the neighbourhood, discovered her situation, led the torrent in another direction, and secured the tree by a dam. Chrysopeleia became by Arcas the mother of Elatus and Apheidas.
This is the 3rd print of a 5-print 'Gods & Goddesses' series that Jeremy created. Each week for the next month we will release a new print with the final week being a diptych print.
About the artist: Jeremy Beswick (www.studio600art.co.uk, Facebook) is an artist from the UK who primarily creates his artwork with graphite pencil. His visionary artwork of the human form is a combination of line, layers of shade, shape, pattern and form.