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Epona and the Four Directions

I had a lot of fun drawing this ink and watercolor painting.  I made the mane of the red horse and Epona's hair connected and intertwined.  If you love horses, you know this is symbolic of how we want to become one with our horse.  I love this piece because it uses the triskele, or three circles which has been said to represent land, the sea and the sky, which is Celtic, and the sun bonnet shield, which is a Plains Indian pictograph.  I used symbology from cultures across an ocean.  We are all one people!

These prints are torn and wrinkled by hand to make them look like they could be originals, and also because that just looks cool.  They come mounted on black foam board and you can use a technique called "floating" when you frame it. The print is approximately 7.75 x 7.75 inches. Foam board is 10 x 10 inches.  Comes with an explanation sheet of totem animals and their meanings.

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