This goddess was supposed to be a picture for my step dad but she had other ideas. I thought she was going to be a botanical picture. Alas no! She is a joy to admire and will brighten up any space. She is serene and peaceful.
She was made using acrylics, posca pens and paper from a book called "First Experiences With Literature" from 1932. It was from a page teaching how to read poetry to children. Click throught the pictures to see how she was made.
I struggled with her name for weeks and was given so many ideas. I picked Yemaya who is a mother goddess, the goddess of home, fertility, love and family. Like water she represents both change and constancy-bringing forth life, protecting it, and changing it as is necessary. She is a Goddess of the ocean and New Year. http://www.goddessgift.com/goddess-myths/yemaya-goddess.htm
She measures 41.5x29.5cm and is unframed
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