Goddess of Seafood by echo-x.deviantart.com on @deviantART - Eighth in a series of posters for Buford Highway Farmer's Market (a world famous gourmet grocer) in Atlanta, Georgia.

Goddess of Seafood

Hina-puku-i’a is the Hawaiian Goddess of seafood. She is one of the many forms of the Great Goddess Hina, and her name means “Hina gathering seafood.

Goddess of Bread - for the Buford Highway Farmer's Market (a world famous gourmet grocer) in Atlanta, GA. MODEL: Elena Artimovich PLATFORM: PC and Mac TOOLS: Two Wacom tablets (Intuos 3 and Cintiq ...

Red flowers for a funny lady. - Art by Echo Chernik - Board "Art - Flowers in your Hair" -

YHI : Créatrice de toute forme de vie, animaux et plantes, à la recherche de ce qui danse, donnant aux animaux la capacités d'être en mouvement

Yhi, Australian Aboriginal Goddess of the light and Creator Goddess of the Karraur people.

xochiquetzal by korangi.deviantart.com on @deviantART xochiquetzal goddess of beauty and love in the  Aztec mythology.

The theme was Aztec+space, hahaha :l not too creative as i wanted but yeah, this is my representation of xochiquetzal goddess of beauty and love in the .

Echo Chernik

AstroSpirit / Virgo ♍ / Earth / Demeter / Ceres / Goddess of Vegetable by echo-x

Pinga – In Eskimo (Inuit) Mythology, “Pinga”, “The one who is up on high”, is the omnipresent female spirit who watches carefully over men's actions, especially their treatment of animals. She protects all living creatures and controls the hunt. She is also the Inuit goddess of fertility and healing. Among the inland “Eskimo”, she was named “Mother of the Caribou” and was believed to dwell in heaven. Illustration: Amy Clark

Perna Studios is very excited to announce our third trading card set entitled Classic Mythology II. This set will focus on 5 timeless Classic Mythologies that we have all come to love and enjoy dur.

Light-bringer–honoring Goddess as Juno Lucina (Old Roman) & Lucia (Old Swedish); merged with the Christian feast of St. Lucia.--Mystics Wheel of the Year  Image: Sandra M. Stanton

Light-bringer–honoring Goddess as Juno Lucina (Old Roman) & Lucia (Old Swedish); merged with the Christian feast of St.--Mystics Wheel of the Year Image: Sandra M.

Sekhmet- Egyptian myth: a goddess with a lion head. She was the goddess of fire and war. From her breath the desserts were formed. She was the daughter of Ra.

My Gallery inspired by Ancient Egypt Detail 1 Head and body Detail 2 Head Sekhmet. "The Mighty One", with the head of a lioness, was a warrior goddess o. Sekhmet Lady of the Many Faces

Themis is an ancient Greek Titaness. She is described as "of good counsel", and is the embodiment of divine order, law, and custom.

THEMIS The Titan goddess of divine law and order, custom and tradition. She was also a prophetic goddess, the leader of the assembly, and the personal councillor of Zeus. She was the mother of the Fates and the Seasons.

Oh for the love of chocolate_by Echo Chernik

Artwork: Oh Pour l Amour du Chocolat by fantasy artist Echo Chernik. See more artwork by this featured artist on the fantasy gallery website.

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