I made two studies of Moon and Gaia today; oddly, I thought the one needed so much more work then ended up liking her best. I saved the second one by making her mossy green; now I like them both. I will be painting her bigger . . .
Making moons, but liked the goddess and thought she needed to be seen today, on Paint Party Friday.
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Your moon goddess paintings are very nice. I like them both.
Thank you Nicole!
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I am getting ready to teach and exciting class, and here is a hint. The Earth Watching the Moon Pull at her Belly. Follow Lunar Moondae for announcements!
Sounds interesting and your lunar goddesses have luscious red hair .
It is going to be a great class!
We had the most spectacular “goddess” bronze statue outdoors at my office (a historic renovated school building). She gave me a moment of peace and power every morning on my way into a challenging environment. I still think of her even though I’ve been gone from there for years.
Do you have a picture of her? I have so many great images of goddesses.
No! And she got stolen and recovered at one point. Now I think I need to go back and see if she’s still there!
Stealing the Goddess. . . name for a good book.
Both are beautiful!
Thanks Jeffy. I enjoyed the images on your blog — I apologize, I can’t read French!
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