Archive for the ‘Goddess’ Category

all the tiny fertility goddesses

Friday, January 20th, 2006


I love this picture. I took it at Larrabee State Park up near Bellingham. If you ever get a chance to go there, do. They have all these lovely little caves in the sandstone cliffwalls on the beach…

Deities of old

Friday, January 20th, 2006


One set of these pagan god/goddess figures was bought by a woman who was creating an unmarriage ceremony.


I think the other sold at a Woman of Wisdom event.


Friday, January 20th, 2006


My piscean soul always draws me to the watery beings. I’ve sketched, painted or sculpted countless mermaids… I remember making merscenes with my plasticene kiddie clay when I was a wee lassie in the Maine woods.

Yemaya is the goddess of oceans.


Friday, January 20th, 2006


She’s looking at me right now from the bookshelf, spellcasting her hair forward into a unicorn.


Friday, January 20th, 2006


You can’t see it terribly well in the picture, but she’s braiding strands of fate.

I believe she’s braiding them, right now, somewhere in a box in my soon to be sorted out garage. Not really a proper fate for the Goddess of Fate, huh?

I’ll have to do something about that before she tweaks my braid.


Fertility goddess

Friday, January 20th, 2006


I was about this pregnant when I sculpted her too.


There was so much energy surging and swirling through me, I think that’s where all the whorls I carved on her came from.