Siku, Greek Goddess of the Soul

Fifth in the Series

“Goddesses Surround Us”

To the Ancient People in the land of the frozen Arctic, Goddess was the ocean, alive with life-sustaining riches.  Goddess Sedna, lived at the bottom of the Artic Ocean and was responsible for the Beluga whales, the seals, the drifting ice floes and the winter storms.  

Siku (pronounced “Shi-ku”) is the Inuit term for “ice”.   She was inspired by the colors of the Yukon Territories, the colors of the ice, the water, the air and the frozen land.  

 She has her own ice floes of quartz crystals, fluorite crystals and ocean shells.  Her crown consists of many Swarovski crystals.

Artist:  Paula Masterman

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