Monday, 20 May 2013


I have decided to draw a series dedicated to Goddesses. A celebration to honour the Divine Feminine in all her forms. Goddesses help us to empower and transform our lives with their unique magic. 

I am starting with one of the Goddesses I feel most connected to, Isis. She is one of the most important Goddesses of ancient Egypt is Isis. Originally known as Aset or Eset in Egypt, Isis being the Greek form. A moon goddess, she gives birth to the sun, creates and sustains all life, and is the saviour of all people. On her Temple in Sais is inscribed ‘I, Isis, am all that has been, that is or shall be; no mortal man hath ever me unveiled’. Early in Egyptian history Isis absorbed the attributes of all the primitive and local Goddesses. Goddess of countless names, Isis is the Great Mother mostly identified with Demeter, Hera and Selene, as she is patron of the moon, agriculture, divination motherhood, protection, re-incarnation, initiation, fertility, purification and domestic life. Please read more here: