Susan Seddon Boulet: the goddess paintings
Psyche, Athena, Gaia and forty-two other goddesses from diverse cultural traditions come to vibrant life through the luminous brush of Susan Seddon Boulet. Insightful text by writer Michael Babcock offers cultural and historical context for the work.
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