Most of the stars in the sky hold a fixed position, but ancient Greek astronomers observed that some moved. They called them planetes asters: “Wandering Stars” or simply “Wanderers,” and associated gods with them.
This is our version of Aphrodite, Athena, and Persephone. Read their story here.
8x10 open edition print on 230 gsm archival matte paper. **Frame not included.**