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Goddesses: Susan Seddon Boulet Coloring Book
Goddesses: Susan Seddon Boulet Coloring Book
Goddesses: Susan Seddon Boulet Coloring Book
Goddesses: Susan Seddon Boulet Coloring Book
Goddesses: Susan Seddon Boulet Coloring Book
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Goddesses: Susan Seddon Boulet Coloring Book

$8.95
Soft cover book with staple binding

48 pages with 22 images to color

Size: 8½ x 11 in.

Coloring pages are blank on the back so they can be cut out and displayed.

ISBN 9780764969188

ITEM CB162
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Description
Many ancient cultures around the world have told stories and made drawings, paintings, or sculptures about goddesses. These female gods were thought to have great powers for protection, nurturing, beauty, healing, and hunting. Many goddesses were depicted in both human and animal forms. Bast, the Egyptian goddess, is represented as a cat. Eagle Woman is a bird goddess who symbolizes spirit, valor, majesty, renewal, and keen vision.

Artist Susan Seddon Boulet interpreted many different goddesses in her dreamlike paintings. This coloring book includes Aphrodite, Greek goddess of love and beauty; Padma with her lotus flower, Hindu goddess of wealth, abundance, and beauty; and Hera, Greek goddess of the heavens, the earth, the seas, and the underworld.

The twenty-two paintings shown on the insides of this coloring book?s covers show strong and powerful goddesses. Susan Seddon Boulet?s paintings use many different colors and symbols. Look closely! You can use these vibrant images to guide you as you color in the pages just like the artist, or to help inspire your own unique color and pattern combinations. We?ve even left one blank page at the back so that you can imagine a goddess of your own. Don?t forget to include symbols of her mysterious powers.

Images

  1. Etain, 1995

  2. Guinevere, n.d.

  3. Skywatcher, 1972

  4. Triple Goddess, 1987

  5. Aditi, 1973

  6. Dhisana, 1979

  7. Eve, n.d.

  8. Diana, 1972

  9. Hera, 1975

  10. Padma, 1976

  11. Amphitrite, 1975

  12. Bast, 1981

  13. Isis, 1978

  14. Fati, n.d.

  15. Kuan Yin, 1985

  16. Sedna, 1977

  17. Aphrodite, 1979

  18. Hel, n.d.

  19. Sekhmet, 1981

  20. Flidais, 1977

  21. Selene, 1979

  22. Eagle Woman, 1986