Moon Goddess, Art Exhibit Exploring The Mystical Goddess of The Moon

Moonfall by Casey Weldon

Moonfall by Casey Weldon

The Moon Goddess art exhibit curated by Aunia Kahn & Russell J. Moon at the Modern Eden Gallery will display original artwork created in different mediums that each explores the mystical goddess of the moon. The opening reception for the show will take place on the evening of Saturday, October 27, 2012 from 6-10 PM and be on display until Sunday, November 11, 2012 at the Modern Eden Gallery in San Francisco, California. You can browse through and purchase art from the show on the Moon Goddess Exhibition website.

The moon has captivated people through the centuries, with her magical powers, her bright luminescence, and the strange things that seem to occur during her ever changing cycles. She is a spiritual center encouraging us to explore, evolve and find creativity in the most unique places. Some find that she is a trickster, or that of one that brings illusions that only the seerer can bring to reality. Looking up to the sky she is with us each night, as faithfull as the sunshine, and lighting our way into the darkness in which we all must travel to find light again.

Featured artists:

Glenn Arthur, Tom Bagshaw, Cory Benhatzel, Nichole Bruckman, Lara Dann, Ixie Darkonn, Sheri DeBow, Patrick Deignan, Rudy Fig, Scott Holloway, Tina Imel, Aunia Kahn, Edith Lebeau, Fang Ling Lee, Dave MacDowell, Angie Mason, Miss Mindy, Shaunna Peterson, Arabella Proffer, Cate Rangel, Christopher Umana, Jessica Ward, Jennifer Weigel and Julie Zarate.

Coyolxauhqui by Julie Zarate

Coyolxauhqui by Julie Zarate

A Moonlit Bloom by Glenn Arthur

A Moonlit Bloom by Glenn Arthur

Cassandra by Tom Bagshaw

Cassandra by Tom Bagshaw

The Orbital Eidolon by Christopher Umana

The Orbital Eidolon by Christopher Umana

Mission to the Moon by Shaunna Peterson

Mission to the Moon by Shaunna Peterson

Skeye: The Infinite Sight by Ixie Darkonn

Skeye: The Infinite Sight by Ixie Darkonn

images via Modern Eden Gallery and credited artists

via Casey Weldon

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