Description Zeus, the supreme ruler of the gods, fell in love with Leda, the wife of the king of Sparta. He came to her in the form of a swan and lay with her. As a result of this union, Leda laid two eggs from which hatched two pairs of twins - Helen of Troy and Clytemnestra, Castor and Pollux.
Alexander Chubar Member Since February 2010 Artist Statement Mainly, I want my works to convey order and unity, where different components are correlated and submitted to the wholeness of the composition. I hope my art provides not only an eye-pleasing environment but also gives intellectual pleasure.