The art of killing time...
The moment one gives close attention to any thing, even a blade of grass it becomes a mysterious, awesome, indescribably magnificent world in itself.
Holy Trinity Church in Marlebone, Westminster, - The piece by Paul Fryer, titled "Lucifer (Morningstar)" is a wax sculpture depicting the devil snared in a set of power lines. The statue is equal parts grotesque and beautiful, showing Lucifer as an oily, black creature with beautiful white wings (created from real feathers). Even creepier in the fact that it's lit via the church's stained glass windows, an ironic juxtaposition that won't be lost on many.
John Byam Liston Shaw - Omphale, 1914 Omphale (Ancient Greek: Ὀμφάλη) was a daughter of Iardanus, either a king of Lydia, or a river-god. Omphale was queen of the kingdom of Lydia in Asia Minor; according to Bibliotheke she was the wife of Tmolus, the oak-clad mountain king of Lydia; after he was gored to death by a bull, she continued to reign on her own.