Damara (pronounced “duh-MAR-uh”) is a Celtic Goddess of the British Isles, known to rule over youth, innocence, and the imagination. Damara is also recognised as Queen of the Fairies and the protector of the inner-child and children in general.
She rules over maintaining their purity along with keeping their sense of wonder and faith toward the world around them.
Damara’s themes are fertility, health, luck, kindness, abundance. Her symbols are flowers and green items. Throughout England, Damara is celebrated as being intimately connected with May and its abundant fertility for the fields, herd and home.
This is an original free-hand painting carried out on a Wacom graphics tablet.
Supplied with frame and wall hangers and full instructions - frame hanger requires screwing into frame.
Timber, canvas, UV resistant inks.