Lughnasadh Goddess Portrait
Melissa A Benson
Mixed Media - Oils And Color Pencil
This is a portrait of the Goddess wearing a headdress for Lughnasadh. The headdress is decorated with wheat, corn, and poppies. The background has grape leaves, corn leaves, and more wheat.
Other symbols of the harvest represented for this agrarian celebration are seeds in a spiral around her breast, and a Celtic bride's cross representing the Sun at her throat.
Her eyes are the green of healthy growth and her braid the color of rich soil.
This is a great print to display at the Lammas altar to represent the Goddess at this turning of the Wheel.
July 31st, 2017
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