Head Of Medusa Bust made of bonded Alabaster. Perseus successfully severed the head of Medusa without looking directly at her, which would have turned him to stone. Of additional interest concerning this image of Medusa is the current use in pop-culture as an advertising tool and logo for the Versace line of fine designer products, including the popular eye wear collection for which Medusa can be seen sporting a stylish pair of shades. Statue.com is pleased to offer a meticulous representation of this classic piece as created by the Egregia sculptors of Italy, whose highly detailed work in bonded Carrara Marble and Alabaster are admired the world-over. This sculpture stands nearly 12” high and is presented on a brass-finished pole and mounted on a walnut-stained wooden base. The head is flat in the back.