Eriu
Eriu

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

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Banba
Banba

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

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Danu
Danu

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

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Badb
Badb

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

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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.

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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.

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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.

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Macha
Macha

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

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Grainne
Grainne

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

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Maeve
Maeve

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

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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.

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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