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The Showcase Gallery in Kainaliu
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Pictured below are the Bird Goddesses available now:
She lives in the high mountain
forests of Hawaii
Feathers used: African Gray
(Erithacus and Timneh)
Indonesian Bird Goddess
20" Wide, 10" High
Quenya cares for her baby who will one day be a Princess
The Bird Goddess - You hear a flutter of wings, look up into the trees, but no bird will be seen. Larger than a sparrow, smaller than a hawk, almost human, but not. Half-bird, half-woman. Wings like a bird, feathered wings, allowing her to fly on her errands, secret missions in her forest. No human clothes does she wear, but glorious colorful feathers. She is Goddess of the trees, Guardian of the Sacred Forest. The sky, the wind and the trees are her friends. Only they know she is there, so silent and secretive is she. You might see her gliding on the wind or flying through the forest to a nest-like home among the branches and leaves. She gathers fruits and nuts for nourishment then takes them to her cache, hidden in the tallest of trees. A fantastic curiosity, mysterious and beautiful.
12" Wide, 12" High
Tasarinan loves to stay high up in the trees and watch over her kingdom.
Feathers used: Blue and Gold
Macaw, Male Eclectus and Amazon
"Niphrodel & Tilandia"
Bird Goddess of the Ocean
Niphrodel lives on the
East Coast of South America. She loves watching the ocean waves.
Feathers used: Blue and Gold
Macaw, Male Eclectus and Yellow Caped Amazon
18" Wide, 10" High
Bird Goddesses love sparkly jewels and wear them constantly
Feathers used: Hyacinth Macaw,
Male Eclectus, Amazon, Scarlet Macaw & Crimson Wing Parrot
12" wide x 9" high
Her wild hair is made from Peacock feathers!
Feathers used: Sun Conure, Peacock
10" wide x 6" high
Her baby sleeps in a niche in the wood log.
Delicate crochet and Swarovski rhinestones make up their headdress and necklace.
Feathers used: Love Bird and
Seen mostly in the springtime
Feathers used: Cockatiel and Cockatoo
A nocturnal Bird Goddess from
New Zealand called the Kiwi Kiwi, rarely seen or heard.
Sindarwin has a collection of
quarts crystals that she treasures above all else.
She sits on a branch of Ohia wood, which is mounted on a Hawaiian Koa wood base.
Feathers used: Sun Conure, Dove, Parakeet, Macaw and Peacock.
$400. plus shipping
Goddess of the Earth
18" wide x 9" high
Ithiliana loves to fly high up
over the earth to survey and keep watch over her kingdom.
Her back side view.
Feathers used: Macaw, Amazon, Eclectus and Sun Conure
$850. plus shipping
This Bird Goddess lives in dry
land forests throughout the world.
It's springtime and Bird Goddesses
are busy making nests and starting new families.
She has an unusual forked tail which helps her to fly accurately at great speeds through the forest.
Feathers used: Cockatiel and Parakeet.
$350. plus shipping.
Aztec Sunrise Bird Goddess
In the northern counties of South
She sits on a branch of Ancient Hawaiian Ohia wood, which is mounted on a Hawaiian Koa wood base.
Feathers used: Cockatiel, Chicken