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Ostara Spring Goddess by Jeanne Sisson

Ostara Spring Goddess by Jeanne Sisson

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Title: Ostara Spring Goddess


Desc: This hand dyed silk broadcloth is screen printed, hand painted and hand stitched.
This work was inspired by Ostara, the Anglo-Saxon Goddess of Spring. She is celebrated on March 21st at the Spring Equinox, when days are brighter and star to grow longer. Ostara is a fertility Goddess. She is associated with eggs, dawn, and the east - all symbols of birth, rebirth and renewal.

Media: mixed media

Size: 45 x 25"

Genre: nude

Price Range: Important $501-$5,000

In calendar: No

Price:Original $750.00


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