Goddesses



Bast
Egyptian cat-headed Goddess of pleasure, the home and fertility.
Blog 9/2019


Baba Yaga
Old Mother Nature from Russian Fairy Tales
Blog 11/2019







Brigid
Celtic Goddess of inspiration, the arts, fire, poetry, healing and divination
Blog: 8/2019









Demeter
Greek Goddess of agriculture, grain and harvest. She represents the fertility of the earth, the cycles of life and death.
Blog: 9/2019

Diana
Roman Goddess of nature, wild and domesticated animals, hunting, childbirth, and the crescent moon.
Blog: 8/2019









Durga
Durga is the Indian protective mother of the Universe, the slayer of evil. 
Blog 10/2019



Ganga
Indian river Goddess of purification and nurturance
Blog 8/2019








Green Tara
Buddhist female bodhisattva of compassion in action.
Blog 7/2019





Ixcacao
Mayan Goddess of Cacao, chocolate, pleasure and sweet treats.
Blog 7/2019








Kuan Yin
Chinese Buddhist bodhisattva of compassion and mercy.
Blog 9/2019

Mawu
African Goddess of the Moon, mother of Earth and all it's creatures. Nurturing, creative and abundant.
Blog 9/2019








Norns
Norse Goddesses of prophesy, divination and fate.
Blog 10/2019



Nut
Egyptian Goddess of the cosmos, sky, stars, protector of the dead.
Blog 8/2019







Pachamama
Andean fertility Goddess of crops, harvesting, mountains and water.
Blog 10/2019









Pele
Hawaian Goddess of fire, volcanoes and the hula dance
Blog 11/2019
Persephone
Greek Goddess of vegetation and the Underworld
Blog 9/2019








Sophia
Sophia is Wisdom in many traditions.
Blog 10/ 2019

Yemaya
African Orisha Goddess of the living waters, fish, moon and parenting.
Blog 7/2019










I will be adding more Goddesses as I write about them - in the meantime you can see more of my paintings here