Mixed Media on primed heavy Dutch, cotton canvas attached to heavy duty wood stretchers. The media include Liquitex acrylic paints, Liquitex painting gels, water-based gesso, graphite, methylcellulose, hand-dyed mulberry bark paper from Thailand, Windsor Newton watercolor paints, gold leaf, modeling paste for textured surface. This painting has six sides. Its height is 42 inches and the width is 36 inches. The depth is one inch, slightly smaller than 107cm x 92cm x 1cm. The work is shipped in a heavy-duty cardboard carton that measures about 40 inches high by 8 inches wide by 50 inches in length. The painted sides are canvas covered and also primed with gesso. No frame is necessary, as the sides become a part of the finished work. This painting took over fourteen months to complete, and is based on an etching that functioned as the invitation image for the artist’s Solo Museum Exhibition in Alagoas, Brazil at The Beach Museum. The image is based on an ancient vase painting from the island of Crete. It features a Minotaur balancing the Circle of Life. The complex surface texture contains ridges, valleys, and geometric symbols. There are over twelve layers of translucent and opaque paint and gel on the work. DiFalco used reflective paints, as well as iridescent ones. Keywords Geometry, Hexagon, Minotaur, Crete, Mixed-media, reflective color.