Hairpin- Athena, the owl. Sculpey, glazed. Athena is the goddess of wisdom, warfare, battle strategy, heroic endeavor, handicrafts and reason, She is often depicted crowned with a crested helm, armed with shield and a spear. Her symbol is the olive tree. She is often shown accompanied by her sacred animal, the owl.
Aphrodite hairpin - Sculpey covered with platinum pigment. The goddess of love, beauty and desire, Aphrodite is always represented as a beautiful woman. Although married to Hephaestus she had many lovers, most notably Ares. Her symbols include the rose, scallop shell, pomegranate, and myrtle wreath. Her sacred animal is the dove.
Hairpin- Artemis sacred animal, the boar. Black sculpey buffed with gold pigmented wax paint (Rub & Buff). Artemis is the virgin goddess of the hunt, wilderness, animals, young girls, childbirth and plague and associated with the moon. In addition to the bow, her attributes include hunting spears, animal pelts, deer and other wild animals. Her sacred animals are deer, bears, and wild boars.
This head covering was created using a technique known as sprang, which produces a highly elastic, netlike fabric. After stretching a system of parallel warp threads on a frame, the weaver would generate the fabric by twisting and interlacing the threads
Anne-Sophie Gilloen создала свой удивительный мир скульптур, совсем не пафосных и статичных, а очень трогательных и наполненных теплыми воспоминаниями. В этом маленьком мире любят деревья, объятия, морковку, птиц, животных, книги, чемоданы и цветы :) Каждый погружен в свое дело, даже если оно на первый взгляд совсем и не дело, а для кого-то вообще пустая трата времени, но в этом мире именно такие небольшие дела имеют большое значение!
These super simple Bath Fizzies pack a serious punch of effervescent aroma! Bath Fizzies are quite easy to make, and even travel well, due to their finishing up hard as a rock. Scents Bath Tub Fizzies can be scented with.
Three Hares Illuminated C in "Tobias" Manuscript ~ Drei Hasen und Drei Ohren, hat keiner seins verloren! They are the ancient symbol of the Three Hares forming a triangle which gives the illusion that they have two ears, when they only have one.