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"Her tranquility is her superpower. She is divinely fearless in her sovereignty; poised and serene. Armed with the intoxication of love, she is enchantingly passionate and seductively undeniable."
- Maeve by artist Tanya Marie Reeves



The name Maeve is female name of Irish origin meaning she who intoxicates. Maeve appears in Irish mythology in two forms, one as the powerful Queen of Connacht, the other as the queen of the fairies.

Symbols and Totems

A garden is also a symbol of life, death, decay, rebirth and renewal, ground in the feminine for it's cyclic nature, fertility beauty, nurture and transformation.

In history, both in art and literature, the garden is portrayed as dimension that is separate from our everyday life, most often represented as a luxuriant place, sometimes surrounded by walls, filled with fountains, fruit trees or domesticated animals, the garden is depicted as a place of peace and spiritual refreshment. A borderland between two worlds. Almost Heaven.

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