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Euphrosyne – Goddess of Mirth and Joyfulness

  This is my last print until Autumn and I decided to end on a high note with one of the 3 graces – Euphrosyne..this print is dedicated to all my friends and family with love and happiness for the … Continue reading

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Euronyme and the Universal egg…

The World Egg is a symbol found in many mythologies and philosophies The 1st of October is my grandson Io’s 5th birthday , blessed is he with a name that hangs in the stars and planets.  So it felt synchronous … Continue reading

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VITRIOL : The Green lion devours the Sun……

This is one of my alchemical prints. Not one for everyone’s walls 🙂 Vitriol today means harsh and nasty criticism…the root of this word lies in Alchemy. Vitriol is the most important liquid in alchemy, bar none, serving as a … Continue reading

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Hermaphroditus…Child of the Sun and Moon

This is a new print in my ongoing Alchemy series. This ancient art is also called “The Great Work” and is said  to produce the perfect hermaphrodite or androgyne. Symbolically this is done by immersing the Sun king and Moon … Continue reading

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The Fool……

Come to the Edge by Christopher Logue Come to the edge. We might fall. Come to the edge. It’s too high! Come to the edge. And they came, and we pushed, And they flew.

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Iris …the divine messenger

Iris was described in Homer as a divine messenger to the Gods. In the Odyssey she was not mentioned and Mercury/Hermes took over the role as divine messenger.  She wears the caduceus and carries a ewer full of water from … Continue reading

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Hera and the Peacocks tail……

Hera was the wife of Zeus and is seen as the goddess of women and marriage. Hera is often shown with a pomegranate an emblem of fertile blood and death.  Hera was known for her jealous and vengeful nature against … Continue reading

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