This piece was originally designed for a t-shirt art contest for the 2015 Greater Pittsburgh Pagan Pride Day. It didn't win, but some of the voters requested prints of the design ;)
The theme for the contest was "what does Pagan Pride mean to you?" and I wanted my submission to represent the sharing of knowledge, insight, and enlightenment that being part of a Pagan community represents to me. The symbolism of my image is intentionally devoid of references to any specific path; I wanted it to relate to the blanket term that Paganism is instead of singling any one out for representation. For me this piece communicates the freedom to share your faith not only with like-minded people, but with anyone, free of persecution, discrimination, or judgement.
The original piece is done in watercolor on watercolor paper, measuring 12" x 9". This is a one-of-a-kind original painting.
This print (THIS LISTING IS FOR THE PRINT, NOT THE ACTUAL PAINTING) measures 12" X 9". It is a lovely reproduction of the original work, on photo matte paper. This listing is for the print only, no frame or matting will be included. It will be shipped in a plastic sleeve and sturdy cardboard mailer.