The Goddess of the Sun and Moon
The Goddess of the Sun and Moon has never set foot on earth. She’s a creamy, silken blood witch by night and omnipresent red energy by day. She is technically two separate celestial bodies but she anthropomorphizes regularly as a hairy brown woman. She likes to catch neutrinos while they shoot through the galaxy. She just stands on empty space and waits for her own glittery energy to arrive at the speed of light. She cracks her own particles and shares photo-synthetic substances with the other goddesses at parties. It makes them feel like sequins.
Part of the series Pantheon which documents and venerates an imagined community of hairy brown goddesses in the form of large digital illustrations.
17x22 in. Print