Description Ahy, an ancient Egyptian deity depicted as a child, was usually shown in artwork as a teenage boy with short hair except for a long curly side hair-lock and holding a highly decorated sistruma rattle-like percussion instrument used for creating rythmic patterns. Ahy was the god of music and musicians.Nefertum, the god of perfume and good luck, was usually depicted as a beautiful young man with a blue lotus flower emerging from his head. Nefertem was associated with the scent of the lotus flower and its narcotic effect, which in ancient Egypt was used for medical anesthetics. The ancient Egyptians often carried small statuettes of Nefertem as good-luck charms.
Francisco 'Paco' Dozier, Fort Lauderdale, Florida Member Since March 2009 Artist Statement Andy Warhol once said, 'In the future, everyone will be world-famous for fifteen minutes'. Well, I say this is the future, and these are my fifteen minutes!
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