Category Archives: Poetry

The Map woman…..

This print was inspired by the poem , The Map-woman by Carol Ann Duffy…….from her book The Feminine Gospels A woman’s skin was a map of the town where she’d grown from a child. When she went out, she covered … Continue reading

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Weaving the World wide web…….www.arachne.co.uk

The mortal Arachne was gifted in the art of weaving fine cloth and tapestries, and studied under the goddess Athena, herself a master at weaving and pottery. Arachne’s work was so beautiful, and her talent so great, that word of … Continue reading

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Ceridwen …The Cauldron and the great poet 🌀

To celebrate Samhain this year I have chosen to journey with the great shape-shifting witch Ceridwen……… and her son Talesin 🌀 In Welsh mythology, Taliesin is the son of the shapeshifting witch Ceridwen . Ceridwen brews up a potion in … Continue reading

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Pomona Goddess of the Orchards….

This is a print I have just pulled to mark the Autumn Equinox ( a little late I know but my studio has been closed)…… Pomona is a Roman Goddess with unusually no Greek counterpart.  A Goddess of fruitful abundance … Continue reading

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Blood Red Moon……

April 15th marks the first of two full lunar eclipses for 2014.  This full moon will be passing through the sign of Libra at 8.42 am BST, emphasizing relationships of all sorts.  The full moon appears coppery red during a … Continue reading

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The Journey….

I love Mary Oliver’s poetry …… The Journey by Mary Oliver One day you finally knew what you had to do, and began, though the voices around you kept shouting their bad advice– though the whole house began to tremble … Continue reading

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