Yep, it's yet another view of the as-yet unnamed paper mache gryphon I made in collaboration with Anthony Santella in 2003. I figure that I'm nowhere near my 50 pictures yet, so I may as well post a few extra pictures. You can read her story in the description on her main picture. :-) This is what somone sitting at the head of the table would see if he or she looked up. The beak isn't as big as this picture makes it look, though. The table is in front of the air conditioner, which means the gryphon turns gently when the AC is on. It also means people adjusting the AC tend to hit their head on gryphon wings if they're not careful. Did I mention how patient my housemate has been putting up with this project -- not to mention the ongoing presence of a gryphon in her living room?