Print - Cernuna

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Cernuna seems to have been all but forgotten by mankind. She is a horned goddess of the seasons, transitions, fertility, abundance, the harvest, and growth. Most people are probably more familiar with Cernunnos, a male horned god of the hunt and protector of the forest. Cernuna is similar, but more associated with the protection of animals and the land and even, perhaps, associated with the winter solstice as it is the female reindeer and the Deer Mother that pull the sleigh. I've given her a more deer-like appearance and a rune to signify her role as a protector of the forest and the animals within. The print is a faithful reproduction of my original artwork and it is printed on premium museum-quality matte paper right here in my studio by me, so you can be assured you are getting the closest thing to the original. I sign each print and pack them in clear bags with backing board - all acid free and archival. If you have any questions please don't hesitate to ask!

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$10.00

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10

Dimensions

Product
Length/Depth: 14 in
Width: 11 in
Height: 0.25 in
Package
Length/Depth: 15 in
Width: 12 in
Height: 2 in

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