Pagan traditions recognised the fish as a feminine symbol of fertility and an attribute of the Goddess. Water is a natural emblem of the flow of the Divine Mother principal, and as such, all creatures of the water (including fish) are aspects of the fertility and power of the female deity. In Norse and ancient European cultures, the fish had symbolic meanings of adaptability, determination, and the flow of life.
I do ceramic fishes to embraise those attributes and make them actively part of my life.
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