Blodeuwedd Original Oil Painting by MiriamMorgan on Etsy, $300.00 15x20 inches Blodeuwedd is an oil painting from my Goddess series. She was the Welsh goddess of the night, also called "flowerface" and the "night owl". According to the myth, Blodeuwedd's face was created from the petals of nine different types of flowers, which accounted for her name "flowerface".
Mór-ríoghain, a triple Celtic Goddess by Emily Balivet. She appears in the Ulster Cycle and Mythological Cycle.
In Irish Celtic Myth as can be read in the Lebor Gabála Érenn or the Book of Invasions, that one night during Samhain The Dagda, one of the Tuatha De Danaan was walking home when he happened upon a beautiful woman bathing in a ford, with nine tresses in her hair. That woman was The Morrigan, and that night they slept together. In exchange, The Morrigan gave The Dagda battle plans and the promise that the Tuatha De Danaan would win the upcoming battle against the Fomorians.
Clota is the popular Scottish Goddess of the River Clyde. In England she was called Clud and Cludoita, and in Wales, Clwyd. The waters over which which she ruled were believed to especially useful in controlling seizures.