|6 Apr 2001|| James Hayes-Bohanan, Ph.D.|
I teach geology and geography and also am studying women's
earth-based religious traditions. My geology text includes
a very interesting painting of Pele, and I decided to
go online looking for more. I was very impressed by both
the charcoal image and this very exciting work. I will
be sharing it with my study group this evening.
|19 Oct 2001|| Terry A Ernest|
Magic picture Anneth, great colour...and I love the idea of the deamon or god surfing on fire. It would be well worth doing this from a straight on perspective
|28 Feb 2002|| James|
Wyland art gallery here in Kauai has something similar like this painting.
Although folk lore has strong resemblance in art
|8 Apr 2002|| Mikko S. Anttonen|
Wow! I love the emotion and the colors of that one =)
|29 Apr 2002|| Stéphane 'Ombre' Marsaudon|
depicting hawaiian myths is quite unique here...a very powerful representation of the Volcano Goddess. I really like the colours.
|10 Jun 2002|| Evelyn (soon to have my own lil corner!)|
Pele? as in peh-leh? as in miracle/wonder?
|31 Oct 2002|| Alvin Herawan|
I just think that the fire could be blended more so that it looks more natural and nicer. It just looks to graphic for me.
|24 Jan 2003|| Song Wind|
Ooooh, wow, I've never seen Hawaiian myth goddesses in Elfwood before! U did a great job!
|18 Nov 2003|| Nell Cohen|
This is fantastic and so dynamic! I especially like the choice of colors for the background. Makes for interesting contrast.
|12 Jul 2004|| Jani Jinxter Mutikainen|
Whoa - this is just amazing. I love the contrast between yellow and black, red and blue. Really great picture that stays in my mind for a long time. This will definetly be my inspiration for my next fire-elemental picture
Thank you for this wonderful treat.