The Greek God Pan is perhaps the most familiar form of the Horned God/Wild Man in mythology. This rendering of Pan by artist Oberon Zell is derived from the Homeric Hymn to Pan. With his hooves and horns, along with a prominent phallus, Pan is also seen as a representation of male sexuality. In myths, Pan had a positive side that was portrayed as the laughing, lusty lover and musician; But like all the Gods of Nature He had a shadow side as well. In this form He is seen as the fierce protector of the Wilderness and the need to be free. In this statue of the goat foot God, He is poised with His magic pipes in hand and a baby otter at His feet.
Name: Pan the Piper
Size: 6.5″ Tall