Goddess Art Gallery

  • Wednesday, April 30, 2014 1:30 PM | Anonymous

    Jody Coughlin Art

    Jody Coughlin Art
    Jody Coughlin is a self-taught artist. Her artwork focuses on themes of birth, motherhood, nature and animals. She lives in a small New Brunswick community in a beautiful 19th century home. Her studio overlooks a lovely park, a brook, and a busy street.

     Her work is part of private collections across Canada, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia. She works in many mediums including acrylic, watercolor, oil, and pencil. 

    Visit her websites:

  • Friday, March 28, 2014 4:57 PM | Anonymous
    Pregnant Belly Masks
    by Lisa Forester

    I am a retired homebirth midwife and a full time artist.  I create pregnant belly masks and sell the kits to make them.  I also paint on wooden stools and on canvases and I paint on shoes.  I enjoy beading, knitting and creating.   I am a 60 year old happily married woman.  My husband and I are caretakers of a 450 acre farm in Michigan.

    I am part of a group of women artists who meet every month.  We are creating an oracle deck as our next project.


  • Friday, February 28, 2014 10:42 AM | Anonymous
    The Art of Flo Schell
    Athena: Greek Goddess of Wisdom by Flo Schell

    Flo Schell expresses her lifelong intention of empowering women through her Visionary Art Series, "I See You With My Eyes".

    The images are of the Sacred Feminine, in all of her guises, looking directly at us and saying, "You are strong. You are empowered. You are loved."

    Flo is Founder of the East Coast Woman's Salon and can be reached at:


  • Friday, January 31, 2014 11:08 AM | Anonymous
    Artist Carolina Gonzalez

    Carolina Gonzalez is the chief Spiritist at the Camino De Yara Portal, a small online + off-line Spiritist group, as well as a well known blogger and artisan on the Internet Pagan community. Along with her husband, a Medium and artisan, she offers Spiritual services and selected supplies devoted to the worship of the Tres Potencias, a form of Afro-Latin Spiritism originated in Venezuela, a country that has been tied to her own ancestry for many generations.

    Carolina was born, and still lives, in Tenerife, one of the beautiful Canary Islands, located in the Northwest coast of Africa. Her aboriginal ancestors, the Guanches, as well as African mysticism and magic, are essential on her perspectives on Art and Spirituality.

    When not performing Spiritual Work for her customers, Carolina can be found wildharvesting and replanting endemic herbs, learning and practising disappearing forms of traditional crafts, and painting her island's mesmerizing landscapes. She is also a guest author at Pagan Square's blog and of Soul Path Magazine, and has been interviewed at over 40 websites and magazines over the past 10 years.

    Camino De Yara: http://caminodeyara.indiemade.com/

    Gaia – Acrylic On Canvas, 2010

    Marie Laveau – Acrylic On Canvas, 2011.

    Flora – Colour Pencils On Fine Arts Paper, 2012.

    Oya – Acrylic On Canvas, 2011.

    Elohim Haniel – Colour Pencils On Fine Arts Paper, 2013.


  • Monday, December 23, 2013 10:30 AM | Anonymous

    Visionary Artist ~ Francene Hart

    Visionary Artist: Francene Hart
    Visionary Artist: Francene Hart
    Visionary Artist: Francene Hart
    Visionary Artist: Francene Hart
    Visionary Artist: Francene Hart


    Visionary Artist: Francene Hart

    Visionary Artist - Francene Hart

    Reverence for the natural environment, and experience of the interconnectedness between all things has guided me to create paintings of beauty and spirit. These paintings act as a bridge between this reality and a metaphorical world of healing, continuity, and transformation. I use multiple transparent watercolor glazes coupled with image overlapping techniques, and Sacred Geometry to produce visions of a multi-dimensional reality. It is my intention to create art that embodies the vibration of Universal Love and expresses the joy and gratitude I feel for the honor of being part of this earthwalk.

    Visionary Artist - Francene Hart

  • Friday, October 04, 2013 10:53 AM | Anonymous
    The Art of Tracy Douglas

    Tracy DouglasTracy Douglas is a native New Yorker and professional artist skilled in painting, batik, tie-dyeing, soft sculpture, dance and theatre.
    She holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts *Vermont College *Union Institute & University. Her artwork reflects a Caribbean influence resulting from living in Dominica, West Indies for several years and now Guyana, South America.

    She uses her knowledge as a Reiki Master, Soft Touch Massage Therapist and Lifelong Spiritual Seeker to assist people from all walks of life in shifting perspective via the creative process.

    In the winter of 2003 Tracy was an apprentice to artist Bill Nelson at the Pocosin Arts Cabin Fever Retreat in Creating Sculptural Characters with polymer clay and received a full scholarship to study Shibori Dyeing technique with Ana Lisa Hedstrom at the Penland School of Craft in Penland, North Carolina.
    Tracy is also a Kennedy Center trained Teaching Artist and has been an innovator and visionary during her tenure with The Blumenthal Performing Arts Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.  Director - Tracy  now lives in Guyana, South America
  • Tuesday, August 06, 2013 1:41 PM | Anonymous
    Art by Monica

    Monica Stadalski grew up in Delta Junction, Alaska and currently resides in Evans Mills, NY with her husband, two cats and dog. She has two grown sons, one pursuing a career in criminal justice and the other in emergency medicine.
    Monica began pursuing her art career in her mid-twenties and most of her free time was spent reading art books and researching different mediums.  About four years ago she made the decision to go back to art school.  She chose to attend the online classes with the Academy of Art University, a private art school located in San Francisco, CA.  She is currently working toward her BFA in Illustration and working part-time at WPBS-TV, Watertown’s local PBS affiliate.  
    Monica has explored many different mediums in the art world from fiber art to street painting.  She welcomes any inquiries into her art and also gladly accepts commission work.

    You can view her work at www.artbymonica.com and also on Facebook.

  • Wednesday, July 24, 2013 3:11 PM | Anonymous

    Artist Eleanor Leonne Bennett

    Eleanor Leonne Bennett is an internationally award winning photographer and visual artist. She is the CIWEM Young Environmental Photographer of The Year 2013 and has also won first places with National Geographic,The World Photography Organisation, Nature's Best Photography and The National Trust to name but a few.

    Eleanor's photography has been published in the Telegraph, The Guardian, The British Journal of Psychiatry, Life Force Magazine, British Vogue and as the cover of books and magazines extensively throughout the world. Her art is globally exhibited, having shown work in New York, Paris, London, Rome, Los Angeles, Hong Kong, Copenhagen, Washington, Canada, Spain, Japan and Australia amongst many other locations. She was also the only person from the UK to have her work displayed in the National Geographic and Airbus run See The Bigger Picture global exhibition tour with the United Nations International Year Of Biodiversity 2010. In 2012 her work received coverage on ABC Television.

    See more at: www.eleanorleonnebennett.com

  • Tuesday, July 02, 2013 2:08 PM | Anonymous
    The Art of Kathy Crabbe

    Born 1965 in Kingston, Ontario, Canada, Kathy Crabbe lives and works in Southern California. Kathy has a Bachelor of Arts degree in Art History from Queen’s University and a Graphic Design Diploma from St. Lawrence College. She has been working as a professional artist since 1992.

    Kathy took an interest in art while very young in a family that encouraged the exploration of every medium. She received a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from Queen’s University in 1988 and a Graphic Design Diploma from St. Lawrence College in 1992. Of particular importance to her vision as an artist was her study of the female form and women’s studies.

    In 1993 Kathy moved to Laguna Beach, California where she painted the LuLu in Laguna Series, paintings on silk which she exhibited at the Sawdust Art Festival for seven years. She brought to her art a playful sense of humour and an expressive use of colour, which has remained at the core of her work throughout her career.

    After moving inland in 2000 Kathy started to paint exclusively with her non dominant left hand and created the Lefty Series, a collection of humorously titled cartoon characters. She also Cancer Moon Goddesswrote poetry and created a series of zines and chapbooks based upon the Lefties which were exhibited at museums and libraries around the world.

    In 2008 Kathy started a series of acrylic, abstract paintings, a Journey into Intimacy. She studied printmaking at Palomar College, bought an etching press and is making monoprints and etchings for the BodyPrint Healing Series. Kathy also became a Creative Soul Guide and teacher of the popular eClass, Awaken Your Divine Feminine Soul at the Wise Woman University. The intuitive process has informed Kathy’s work and life from the beginning.

    Kathy’s works are featured in numerous private and public collections including the San Diego Women’s History Museum, Orange County Museum of Art, Baltimore Museum of Art and Art for the Soul. Her work has been featured in private and public collections including the UCLA Arts Library and the Carnegie Library. She has worked as an educator and mentor for Laguna Outreach Community Artists, the Sawdust Art Festival, HGTV, Wise Woman University and Michelle Shocked’s International Women’s Day Show in Hollywood.

    Capricorn Goddess“Crabbe’s mixed media paintings and prints are a journey into the forgotten parts of the self – those places, both emotional and physical, that are rejected, neglected, or under-valued in our corporatized and sanitized culture. These neglected places exude a dark kind of beauty and complexity as they form themselves in her work. This work is a foray into sweetness, light and danger all at once. It is deep intimacy – a deliberate mirror and an intent of reclamation.” Tangerine Bolen, Executive Director, Revolution Truth.

    Visit Kathy online at http://KathyCrabbe.com

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    Visit Kathy online at http://KathyCrabbe.com
  • Thursday, April 25, 2013 7:21 PM | Anonymous

    The Art of Lauren Curtis

    Dream of Trees

    Lauren Curtis was graduated with a BFA from Mason Gross School of the Arts, Rutgers University, in 1988.   She enjoys working in a variety of media, including  oils, acrylics, pen & ink, watercolor and photography.   The artist is happiest when creating pieces that represent her love of nature, wildlife, travel and spiritual subject matter.  BirdwatcherOctober2012sm

    The  symbology  and mythology of ancient cultures such as Egyptian, Greco-Roman and Celtic are fused with the symbols of modern -day , natural spiritual practices, to form a unique and eclectic style. 

    These images are often portrayed through the woman’s perspective, showing the importance of “The Feminine” , which is sometimes over-looked.  

    Travel is another  major influence in Lauren’s work and the pieces, usually photographs, created from these journeys helps the artist  to convey the beauty  found in diversity, as well as in the similarities, that run through various cultural belief-systems.

    Lauren has had artwork and poetry published by  greeting card and crafter companies, magazines and historical organizations, including the Middlesex County Cultural & Heritage Commission.  One of her pieces was selected for the permanent collection of the Joyce Kilmer Library in central NJ. 

    Her work has been displayed in private collections, healthcare centers and galleries and was selected for a solo exhibit at Johnson &Johnson World Headquarters, July-August, 2009.  She was a featured artist on the Science Channel‘s TV show Oddities in December, 2011 through June, 2012 and has done radio interviews as well.  Lauren has participated in over 95 solo,  group & juried exhibitions and is  also a member of several NJ Arts organizations. 

    Her artwork has been sold throughout the US and abroad,  and can  be seen in  venues in NJ, NY, MA and PA.

    http://laurencurtisart.weebly.com  (NEW fine art site!)
    http://laurencurtis.wordpress.com  (my Blog)
    http://www.facebook.com/LaurenCurtisArtTalonArt (Facebook Fine Art Page)

    http://www.LaurenCurtisArt.com (commercial & fine art)  
    http://www.laurencurtis.imagekind.com (cards, T-shirts, photography, illustration)


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