Rhiannon

RhiannonIcon on wood of the Celtic queen/goddess Rhiannon. She is often equated with the European goddess Epona, both being associated with horses. She is also matron of songbirds. The figure of Rhiannon features in the Mabinogion as the wife of Pwyll and is wrongly accused of murdering her own child. Although not explicitly called a goddess in the text, she is commonly regarded as a figure of sovereignty. Acrylic and leaf metal on wood (10in x 12in)

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