Oonagh is an ancient Irish Goddess. She is known as the queen of the fairies and the Goddess of nature, love and relationships. Irish legend depicts her as having long silky golden hair that goes all the way to the ground. She wears a long sparkling silver grown that shimmers with dew that look like little diamonds all over it. She was the faithful wife of Fionnbharr, who is the leader of the Tuatha De Danaan.
This is one of my favorite paintings. The application of deep red and green paint was a bold move on my part and took me from painting ‘softer’ paintings into painting stronger graphic images. I like the way her powerful sweetness shines though. Evokes: Joy and Peace
Dziewanna, Devana, Dzievana, Zievonia, Dživica, Dzieva, Zewana. Slavic goddess of nature, forest and hunt, spring. Niewykluczone, że Dziewanna i Marzanna mogły być dwoma obliczami jednej bogini, pani życia i śmierci zarazem; wskazywać mogą na to podobne analogie w innych indoeuropejskich wierzeniach (jak Kora-Persefona ), jednak brak danych źródłowych uniemożliwia wyciąganie takich wniosków. (my transl: Dziewanna and Marzanna could be the life-spring/death-winter sides of one Goddess.
In Gaulish religion, Nantosuelta was a goddess of nature, the earth, fire, and fertility. The Mediomatrici (Alsace, Lorraine) depicted her in art as holding a model house or dovecote on a pole. Other likely depictions show her with a pot or bee hive. Nantosuelta is attested by statues, and by inscriptions.
Cerridwen - Welsh Goddess of nature, death, fertility, regeneration, magic, inspiration, astrology, herbs, science, poetry, spells, and knowledge. Cerridwen is the Keeper of the Cauldron (her cauldron is named Amen) and controls the shape-changing of humans and animals. Other Titles: Dark Moon Goddess, Great Mother, Goddess of Nature, Grain Goddess
Taeyeon is a goddess of nature in new 'Nature Republic' CF + making film
Isis Suckling Seti I, Abydos. Nursing Mythology Ancient Egypt Art , Watercolor of Seti I suckling on Isis, the goddess of nature and motherhood. Seti I was a pharaoh during the Nineteenth dynasty, and was the father of Ramesses II. This relief was found at the temple at Abydos.This piece was illustrated By Walter Tyndale (1855–1943) 13 x 22 cm