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Monday, April 2, 2012

13 Goddesses Week 5 - Native American: Breath Of Wind

Hi Everyone ;o) Can you believe it's already week 5 ;o) Time is going fast!

This week I have done Native American Goddess Breath Of Wind. I have to admit, I didn't find much information on her. But, I loved her name, it was calling to me ;o)

"Native American Goddess Breath Of Wind"
The Iroquois daughter of Atahensic, and the mother of Ioskeha and Tawiscara.









I hope you liked her ;o) Next week is Egyptian Goddess Nut ;o) Make sure you check back in with me tomorrow ;o) That's all I am saying! Wink ;o) Hugs everyone ;o)

19 comments:

  1. Wow ! Trying to catch up here,love them all but # 4 is a favorite so far.
    Hugs

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  2. Ooow she looks awesome with all that fringing on her gown, beautiful colours :D XXX

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  3. love her!!!
    it's amazing how you painted the wind!!
    this is beautiful!!
    i am so enjoying the Goddesses!!..your wonderful art AND the information about them!

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  4. I love what you do my dear. So creative a mind is to be envied ..... and I do.
    Sorry I haven't been around to comment, been photo shooting gazillions of things for Boondoogle Emporium....whew.
    xoxo Oma Linda

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  5. So beautiful, Stacy! She has beautiful colors and details...lovely :)

    Big Hugs,
    Jan

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  6. I think adding the fringe to her robe adds to the "windy" element! Great colors, and the "Breath" is perfect.

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  7. I love your work! She definitely portrays "breath" to me. I hope to commission one or buy a few of your works of art very soon! They're fabulous!

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  8. Ohhh..."breath of wind"....I LIKE it! And the colours you chose for this piece are wonderful, too. :)

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  9. You're making a great collection!!! I love her dress!! :))

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  10. I love how you make your crows into goddesses. :) Great colors!

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  11. I love her name too and you have really done a beautiful job on her! I am finding out about Goddesses I wasn't aware of. Great fun learning and seeing your vision of them!

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  12. Stacy she is beautiful and so is her name! I'm curious where you get all this wonderful info from. Do you have a goddess book that has the Native American Goddesses too? If so please share, this would be sooooo cool to read! Ok what's up tomorrow? You have me on the edge of my seat! Actually it IS tomorrow already but I am up way early. Guess I'll have to check back after work today and be wondering all day you silly girl! Big hugs, Deb

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  13. I love the detail that goes into the clothing on your native crows!

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  14. it's a beautiful name and you did a great job. the breath of air on the blue background and the green cloak with pink fringes are really appealing to the eye.

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  15. Stacy, your goddesses are just amazing! I can tell how much these really speak to you--they are fabulous! Keep making them!

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  16. Big Hugs Everyone ;o) All your comments mean so much to me ;o) All of you have put the biggest smile on my face ;o) xoxoxoxo

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