Eriu
Eriu

watercolor sculpture, textile neckwear, 27”x18”x4”. Eriu is an earth goddess, for whom Ireland was named.

Banba
Banba

watercolor sculpture, textile neckwear, 24”x17”x4”. Banba is a goddess who protects Ireland from invaders and dispenses magic.

Danu
Danu

watercolor sculpture, textile neckwear, 24”x18”x5”. Danu is universal mother, symbolizing water, wells, prosperity, magic, creativity, and wisdom.

Badb
Badb

watercolor sculpture, textile neckwear, 30”x12”x6”. Badb is a shape shifting warrior goddess symbolizing life/death and wisdom/inspiration.

The Triple Goddess
The Triple Goddess

watercolor sculpture, textile neckwear, 22”x14”x7”. The Triple Goddess signifies maiden/mother/crone. Her symbol is the waxing/full/waning moon.

Brighid
Brighid

watercolor sculpture, textile neckwear, 36”x14”x4”. Brighid is a goddess of fire and water, feminine arts and crafts, healing, poetry, inspiration and occult knowledge.

Morrigan
Morrigan

watercolor sculpture, textile neckwear, 31”x17”x5”. Morrigan is a goddess who is maiden, mother, and crone. She represents female energy, fertility, war and death.

Macha
Macha

watercolor sculpture, textile neckwear, 34”x20”x4”. Macha is goddess of war, life, death. Queen of phantoms.

Grainne
Grainne

watercolor sculpture, textile neckwear, 36”x18”x9”. Grain is a master herbalist, a sun goddess, representing knowledge, sun and fire magic.

Maeve
Maeve

watercolor sculpture, textile neckwear, 36”x19”x4”. Maeve is a goddess who personifies feminine power, associated with earth, fertility, sex, and war.

Sheela na Gig
Sheela na Gig

watercolor sculpture, textile neckwear, 32”x22”x4” Sheela na Gig is a goddess of regeneration, past and future lives.

Aife
Aife

watercolor sculpture, textile neckwear, 24”x24”x6”. Aife is goddess of the Isle of Shadow who commanded a legion of fierce horsewomen.

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Watercolors and Wearables textile neckwear on sculptural watercolor paper supports