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I Want to Be a Goddess

Check this out.  Found this here.   Once I figure out how to buy one, it’s going up in my office.  I love what it’s supposed to represent.  My hubby said it scared him. There is something interesting about this strong goddess figure bringing that reaction, yes? 😉

Lynn Dewart


Rinda The Scandenavian Goddess

She represents Winter’s struggle to retain control over approaching Spring, just as humans sometime resist positive change because the process is uncomfortable. In folklore, Rinda eventually succumbs to Odin’s (the Chief Nordic God) advances warming and fertilizing her, bringing Spring. She teaches us to accept personal transformations gracefully.

 This snippet was copied as is–spelling on Scandinavian above is not mine. 😉

Edit:  I found Lynn Dewart’s personal art site.  Yay!  You can explore her wonderful, creative world here.


  1. April 16, 2008    

    That’s a wonderful piece. You definitely need to have it. If it scares the right people, even better.Carol

  2. April 16, 2008    

    That is way cool. I hope you are able to get your paws on one.

  3. April 16, 2008    

    It’ll have to wait. MY laptop died and the first thing on my expensive item list is a new one. 😉

  4. April 16, 2008    

    Do you have one of Kim’s burning bunny pins? You could save this photo and have something like that made. Or print and frame the photo for now.

    I still want a Mac, but I can’t afford it.

  5. April 16, 2008    

    I actually contacted the author directly and am mulling over how to get the original for myself. I think she would be the perfect muse for my office.

    Burning bunny pin? I’m off to find that one.

  6. April 16, 2008    

    Oh man, you’ve gotta have one of those pins. I love mine. 🙂 (Love the bunny bio on her site even more.)

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