This print is my take on how powerful goddesses have been portrayed as monsters in many polytheistic religions. This is based on the mexican mother earth Coatlicue, who instead of a head she has two snakes coming out of her neck, a necklace made of human hearts, and a skirt of snakes. This all made me think: who decided that fertile and giving mother Earth should be turned into a female monster who also eats the sun every day?
This print is a linocut printed on a very heavy weight and acid free Hanhemulhe paper.
The paper measures 11×15
The image about 7″ in diameter.
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Thank you for looking!
|Dimensions||16 × 4 × 4 in|