Boann


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Celtic goddess

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Consider the Boyne, known since 1690 as the site of a decisive battle between William of Orange and James II, but earlier explanations link the river to the goddess Boann said to inhabit and preside over the waterway (Green 151), which is the convergence of the Bo and Find rivers.
I was exhibiting in Japan a few years ago and the Irish ambassador offered to buy my painting Boann, the cow goddess, for pounds 10,000," he said.
The mandalas are his current favourite pieces of work and he also loves his painting of Boann, the cow goddess.
But he let slip his inspiration for the fertility goddess Boann who appears on a new range of T-shirts for Promo Wear.