Epona - Celtic Goddess of Horse

Bronze Sculpture


Bronze Limited Edition of 7  


24" (61cm) high x 12" (31cm) wide x 18" (46cm) long


Epona - Celtic Goddess of Horse is traditionally portrayed with a key, raven and cornucopia  - symbols of bounty and blessing. 

 During the Roman invasion of Britain  the soldiers of the Roman Cavalry sought her protection.


Effigies of her were kept  beside their horses in the stables and were carried in saddlebags, thus her popularity was spread throughout Europe into Africa.

  
Anne has had a passion for horses, dating back to the days when little all she wanted was a horse  - but received a bicycle.  That ardor was reawakened when she met her stepdaughter Naomi, who had the same obsession.  


Through  the sharing of this interest energy was directed three-dimensionally into the wonderful sculptures she now creates.


Everyone who shares this feeling will relate to the sculpture of To Love and Cherish and the bond that is shared
between a woman and her equine love.



Epona Celtic Goddess of Horse Bronze Statue

Epona Celtic Goddess of Horse Bronze Statue