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Bird Goddess Winged

South Slavic Bird Goddess

Categorized in these topics: Baba Yaga Blood & Honey

Artist Connie Simpson in painting the Old Europe South Slavic artifacts is moved by the inherently sacred and dynamically interconnected meanings involving utilitarian symbolic signs etched on the various Bird Goddess artifacts. Painting feathered wings into her hair because the 4,000 years old Bird Goddess artifacts are wingless, her eyes masked to portray the myriad of masks and zoomorphic artifacts found in the Balkans to the spiral on the bolero vest document the artist's iconographic and architectural ritual procedures that exmplify the development, meaning and interweaving sacred landscapes into her paint brushes.


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