Tag Archives: Marija Gimbutas

Sold, ceramic wall art

This is a ceramic plaque showing the Goddess Gaia plucking embryos from the ocean of life and bringing them into existence. The sculpture is about 30 cm x 30 cm and it is glazed with oxides and transparent glaze and … Continue reading

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Gaia

The most ancient symbol of Mother Earth  that I know of is the symbol of the bucranium, the skull of an ox. This symbol was used a lot during neolithic times to signify fertility; the head symbolising the womb and the … Continue reading

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Ceramic Owls

I’m sitting in my garden under a huge full moon listening to Tawny owls. They are so loud and there are so many of them and I wonder what they are up to. The night is warm despite it being late … Continue reading

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