Diana  Diana is the ancient lady of the beasts, and as the mistress of wild things, she is responsible for anything young and vulnerable. She is also the Goddess of the moon as symbolised by the crescent moon diadem she wears in her hair. Her role is to represent the mystic, primitive identity of the hunter and the hunted. She is often called upon to protect and help women during childbirth, and is the midwife and protector of the divine child within.    Josephine    (Acrylic on Canvas) 24 x…

Diana Diana is the ancient lady of the beasts, and as the mistress of wild things, she is responsible for anything young and vulnerable. She is also the Goddess of the moon as symbolised by the crescent moon diadem she wears in her hair. Her role is to represent the mystic, primitive identity of the hunter and the hunted. She is often called upon to protect and help women during childbirth, and is the midwife and protector of the divine child within. Josephine (Acrylic on Canvas) 24 x…

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The Phoenix  Rising majestically from the flames this colourful and proud Phoenix embarks on his journey through the world. As he will live for 500 years or more he will travel to all corners of the earth and see many wonderful sights before returning to his nest to be consumed by fire and be re-born to continue his journey.    Josephine    (Acrylic on Canvas) 30 x 40 – 2011

The Phoenix Rising majestically from the flames this colourful and proud Phoenix embarks on his journey through the world. As he will live for 500 years or more he will travel to all corners of the earth and see many wonderful sights before returning to his nest to be consumed by fire and be re-born to continue his journey. Josephine (Acrylic on Canvas) 30 x 40 – 2011

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