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Arianrhod's Castle of Stars - Copyright Bernadette Wulf

Arianrhod’s Whirling Crystal Castle, 10″ x 14″
Ink on Paper
WulfWorks © Copyright 2010

Arianrhod, Welsh star goddess, represents the Virgin in the Celtic
triad of goddesses. She spins the crystal castle of stars known as
the Milky Way. Arianrhod is often equated with the Greek Ariadne, the
spinner goddess who spins our universe on her spindle. She is a Virgin
goddess who gave birth to two sons, Lleu and Dylan, after stepping
over Math’s “wand” in the story of Math from the Mabinogion.

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Danu's Portal

Danu’s Doorway (Irish Goddess), 30 x 24
Oil on Canvas
WulfWorks © Copyright 2010

Danu, mother goddess of the Irish Tuatha de Danann,
the ancient faerie folk of Ireland, as found in Celtic mythology.
Both ocean and sky goddess, she is a goddess of manifestation,
magic, artistry and abundance.

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Brigit's Mantle - copyright Bernadette Wulf

Brigit’s Mantle (Irish Creation Myth), 18 x 24
Acrylic on Canvas
WulfWorks© Copyright 2002

In the beginning, the Goddess Brigit heard Earth singing
in the pit of chaos and she felt compassion for the planet.
She called to the gods to go with her to bring gifts to Earth,
because its song was so beautiful. Once there, she laid her
mantle over the ground and immediately Earth grew green,
and the waters flowed. But one of the younger gods grew
impatient and jumped down upon the mantle before it had
finished unfurling, which stopped it from opening any
further. The land beneath her mantle still remains.
Today it is called Ireland.

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First Mother (Eve) - copyright Bernadette Wulf

First Mother (Eve), 14 x 18
on canvas board
WulfWorks© Copyright 2002

Long ago, the symbols of serpent, dove and apple
represented the Goddess, or divine feminine principle.
Here we see Eve, our mythical first mother, in perfect innocence,
communing with the Goddess as She appears in nature.

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Morgan Le Fay - Copyright Bernadette Wulf

Morgan le Fay – Magic!, 16 x 20
Acrylic on Canvas
WulfWorks© Copyright 2002

What is magic? Why, it’s nothing more than using your imagination!
All our dreams come true as soon as we relax and let them in.
Celtic Faery Goddess Morgan le Fay knows the secret to magic. She
manifests the shining star between her hands simply
by dreaming her dreams and following her bliss.

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Ostara - copyright Bernadette Wulf

Ostara – Goddess of Spring, 16 x 20
WulfWorks© Copyright 2015

Ostara rises every spring, bringing blossoms, sunshine, buds,
rain showers, eggs, and rabbits. Our Easter holiday is named after her.
Take a moment to honor the goddess in her springtime manifestation!

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New Moon - Goddess Awakes - copyright Bernadette Wulf

New Moon (Awakening Goddess), 16 x 20
WulfWorks© Copyright 2001

God and Goddess as one within the circle of the Tao.
As the ages pass one face or the other may be more recognized
by humanity. Over the past five thousand years or so, the masculine
aspect of God has been more recognized and honored. Now,
in this new millennium, remembrance of the Goddess returns
as more and more people open to the feminine aspect of life.

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Owl Crone - copyright Bernadette Wulf

Owl Crone, 16 x 20
WulfWorks© Copyright 2014

The Crone is one of the three faces or phases of the Goddess.
Her wise and sometimes frightening face is often connected with the
wise owl, and with death, war, and destruction. She brings decay,
so new growth can emerge from the old, as she transforms herself
back to the form of the maiden. We see this cycle repeated every day
as darkness becomes dawn, and every year as winter turns to spring.

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