Artemis, Greek Goddess of the Wilderness, Wild Animals and the Moon


Artemis is the Greek Goddess of the wilderness, wild animals and the Moon. She is often seen with a deer or dogs and her bow and golden arrows made by a cyclops, as her father Zeus commanded. Leto was her mother and Apollo her twin brother. As the goddess of the Moon, she is also associated with water and the feminine, further known to be the goddess of midwifery, childbirth and young girls.

Debra Haaland is the living American icon who best embodies the Greek Goddess Artemis, for this artist. Haaland is the 54th Secretary of the Interior for the United States. Haaland is self-made, educated with a long history of serving her community well. The spirit of Artemis is an opportunity to aide our planet and wake us up about earth changes. The health of our wild lands and wild animals, birds and bugs, is essential to our survival as a species. Our part, as a nation which has poisons the natural world more than any other, must be addressed now. Collectively, we have the opportunity to turn our attention to the health of our planet and to ensure every child born has the promise of clean water, land and air. Let us aide Haaland in protecting the forests, pastures, crops, wild land and wild animals. Let us protect the water that keeps the natural world, which we are part of, alive.

This Artemis print, from the POWHER series of work with SugarPressArt.com is a hand embellished archival pigment print on sustainable Bamboo Paper, from an edition of 10. Prints are embellished with 24 Karat gold leaf and spray paint. The Artemis prints by Andrea LaHue are 16" x 16", hand signed and numbered with chop mark. Museum quality, with museum quality framing available at checkout.

Artist: Andrea LaHue aka Random Act

Title: Artemis

Edition: Hand Embellished Archival pigment print on sustainable Bamboo Paper, from an edition of 10

Medium: Embellished with 24 karat gold leaf & spray paint.

Size: 16 x 16 inches

Markings: Hand Signed and numbered

Date: 2021


Why re-imagine and create a series of Greek Goddesses in 2021? Stay tuned.