Cassandra 15″x 9″x10″, Ed. 20
In Greek Mythology, Cassandra was the daughter of the king of Troy.
Her rejection of the advances of Apollo caused her to be cursed by him, with becoming a seer whose prophecies were always true but never believed.
My Cassandra has a far seeing, plaintive look in her eyes, perhaps contemplating the thought of Greeks bearing gifts such as the wooden horse,
which lost the Trojan War for her father.