This year is a continuation of 2 ongoing projects. One an exploration of feminine myths, stories and poems that reflect the sacred in ancient times but also still have a strong resonance within our contemporary lives in a sacred, secular or psychological way. Secondly an exploration of the ancient art of Alchemy with Jungian reflections. These 2 projects converge in many ways.
Printing technique used : Multiplate / drypoint and watercolour
Ariadne after the slaying of the Minotaur
The lady, the unicorn and the white stone
ASTARTE SYRIACA: An ancient Syrian Mother goddess who ruled over fertility, love and war.
Euronyme- Ancient creation Goddess
Asterion – The Minotaur meaning “starry one”
Leucothea and her life-giving veil
La Santa Meurte – Mexican folk saint of death
Hermaphroditus – Child of the Sun and Moon
Athena is the Greek Goddess of wise counsel and war, she is a goddess of restraint, lucidity and high intelligence and she is guardian of the great city of Athens.
Sulis-Minerva – Sun Goddess of healing and wisdom …her shrine and waters at Bath.
The Witch – Hare
NEMETONA – “She of the Sacred Grove”
Flora of the Maypole
Pasithea – is an ancient Greek Goddess – she was the personification of meditation, relaxation, visions and hallucinations. She is associated with the poppy flower and its power of journey into the realms of dreams. Her partner was the God Hypnos – god of sleep.
Sophia , Goddess of Wisdom.. As a Goddess she has remarkable similarities to the great Egyptian Goddess Isis. Many believe that the concept of Sophia was built upon the identity of Isis.
Map-woman – inspired by the poem of the same name by Carol Ann Duffy from her book “The feminine Gospels”
Arachne – weaver of the great web….
The Shameless Siren
The metamorphosis of Psyche
The woman with the alabaster jar
CASSANDRA and her Hysteria or “The wandering womb”…She told the truth but noone believed her…… as is the way