As you may have noticed, I’ve been painting pagan symbols. The reason I’m doing this is first and foremost to educate, but also to develop my watercolour style.
You can see the first 25 symbols in this slideshow:
It all started with the 100 Artworks Challenge, hosted by Kellee Wynne Conrad, and I do plan to make 100 of them. So far, I’ve made 29, but it’s getting harder and harder to come up with new ones.
If you do have a symbol you’d like me to include, just leave me a comment.
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I LOVE these, Linda! Sean has a tablet of watercolor paper and untouched watercolors. I think I am going to snag them and start playing!!! <3
Thanks Kimberly 🙂 You do that. I’d love to see what you do with them.
I would love to see hecates wheel in a pagan symbol. They are all so pretty!
Oops just noticed it was second to last . I must be thinking of something else.
Let me know what it is when you come across it again 🙂
Hi, I’m sorry to bother you, but what is the symbol on the bottom left that looks like a backwards c and a c? I’ve been trying to find it everywhere!
Thank you. =]
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