The very term Mythology is derived from the Greek word Mythologia, which itself is a combination of 2 words, Mythos, meaning “a ritualized speech” and Logos, which means “a convincing story or an ordered argument”. The Greeks referred to the myths throughout their artworks in an effort to shed light on cult practices and ritual traditions that were already ancient but poorly understood. Each of the artworks displayed here have a deep affinity to Greek Mythology as perceived by the artist, Domen Lombergar. For example, The Transformation of Daphne depicts the nymph in a state of metamorphosis following her plea to the river God Peneus to help her escape the unwelcome attentions of Apollo. Peneus obliged by turning Daphne into a laurel tree, which later became sacred to Apollo In another example, The Decomposition of Iris,Domen Lombergar illustrates his interpretation of the nymph’s effectual iridescence responsible for causing multiple reflections from multi-layered and semi-transparent surfaces. Iris was the messenger of the gods to men, symbolized by the rainbow, which unites heaven and Earth. Every picture tells a story and in these fine examples displayed here, the artist has effectively seized upon the essence of a myth and captured it precisely in a specific moment in time and space.