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Welcome, I am so delighted you are here! “Think Goddess™” advocates the movement of embracing and expressing your divine feminine nature in all seasons of your life.
The symbolism depicted in the paintings on this site were created with the highest intentions to communicate pure insights that will reveal the truth beyond the illusions about ourselves & reality.
You are the most powerful instrument in your life and just like your best friend, these Goddesses will remind you of your gifts and strengths when you forget!
If you feel pulled to connect more deeply with the divine feminine aspects of yourself, then I invite you to take a look at the paintings and essays to reflect on what characteristics you may identify with.
Print and Gift Shops for the Wheel of the Year Paintings
My Paintings are devotional in nature. They are the embodiment of prayers, feelings, emotions and spiritual ideas brought into physical form within the canvas.
In the Think Goddess™ shops below you will find Framed and Canvas Prints as well as Unique Gift items such as Home Decor, Drinkware, Keepsakes, T-shirts, Posters and Cards.
You'll find Metal, Framed and Canvas Prints in the Fine Art America Print Shop here: "Think Goddess™" Print Shop
You'll find unique merchandise in the CafePress Gift Shop"Think Goddess™" Gift Shop with these paintings on t-shirts, posters, mugs, glasses, blankets, home decor, keepsake items, and more.
Wheel of the Year
These paintings were created to represent the 8 seasons or the "Wheel of the Year" which is the annual cycle of seasonal festivals, observed throughout history in many different cultures and religions. It consists of eight festivals: the solstices and equinoxes, known as the "quarter days", or the four midpoints between, known as the "cross quarter days"; syncretic traditions often celebrate all eight festivals.
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