The Wolf, as I have named this picture is my favorite of the trio. Maybe it is because I am a dog lover or maybe it is because to me, a wolf signifies strength, cunning. Wolves are survivalists. They do what needs to be done in order to survive. They are mythical in a sense and majestic.
The artist puts his feelings and his experiences in life into these images. His life has been a struggle but he is a survivor. He does what needs to be done and sacrifices his own comforts. in order to keep ahead of the pack.
To me, it definitely looks like a warrior. It has Aztec or Egyptian style. It almost looks like a celebratory mask or war face. This may signify the constant battle and turmoil in the artist's country and own personal experiences.
Look at the detail on the head dress. The horns and jewels, even has rivets on the helmet. The eyes are cold like those of a killer or one who is dead as the artist implied. The teeth with its 4 sharp fangs. Again I think the artist was portraying his feelings as a warrior in a constant battle for his life.
The third image in this trilogy I have named The Nymph. I chose this name because this represents a more feminine figure, a winged mythical creature who appears to be a little bit on the mischievous side.
Again, look at the detail in the wings. Each with an equal number of plumes and you can see the veins by the pattern. She is scantily clothed and surrounded by flowers yet constrained by the vine..
My interpretation is that the artist sees women as magical and unattainable. So close yet so far.