|Photo Credit - Renee Olson|
My hubby recreated this altar tile for me based on an image we found on the internet. You can see it here on my altar. It shows a three headed Hecate with her torches on each side. It sits on my altar next to my bronzed Hecate sculpture.
|Photo Credit - Hecate Statue - Artist Renee Olson|
The image below is used with the artist, Danielle Suplicki permission. While researching for this piece I found this image while looking for art related to "The Torchbearer". To me the stars shown in the sky in this painting remind me of Asteria (The starry one) looking down on her daughter, watching her and guiding her torch through night. Seeking out those night wandering souls that are looking for entrance in to the underworld or perhaps the misguided looking for the correct path to continue their journey.
The halo around the body and drifts away into the dark shadows fall behind her as the torch lights the three paths ahead. Truly stunning.
|Photo Credit & Artist - Danielle Suplicki of HeartRoot Studio|
This is a piece I created out of wet clay. Here the Goddess is shown in triple form, with a torch held on opposite sides of the sculpture. Her midnight blue form showing under a bronze crescent moon joining with the torch light to guide her path. The back filled with a deep black to show the darkness left behind and the torches light up what comes ahead.
|Photo Credit & Artist - Renee Olson of Sosanna's Closet|