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Oxum é um Orixá cultuado na Umbanda e no Candomblé.
Oxum reina sobre a água doce dos rios, o amor, a intimidade, a beleza, a riqueza e a fertilidade.

Pintura feita com tinta Acrílica sobre Tela - 2012

*Detalhes em rosa que brilham na luz negra, e detalhes em cor dourada que não aparecem na foto.

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Oshun is an Orisha worshiped in Umbanda and Candomble.
Oshun rules over the freshwater rivers, love, intimacy, beauty, wealth and fertility.

Painting made ​​with paint Acrylic on Canvas - 2012

* Details on pink glow in black light, golden color and details that do not appear in the photo.
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Oxóssi é um Orixá cultuado na Umbanda e no Candomblé.
Oxóssi é o orixá da caça e da fartura, também da Sabedoria e da Arte.

Pintura feita com tinta Acrílica sobre Tela - 2012

*Detalhes em rosa e amarelo que brilham na luz negra.

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Oxóssi is an Orisha worshiped in Umbanda and Candomble.
Oxóssi is the orisha of hunting and plenty, also of Wisdom and Arts.

Painting made ​​with paint Acrylic on Canvas - 2012

* Details on pink and yellow that glow in black light.
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Ogum é um Orixá cultuado na Umbanda e no Camdomblé.

Ogum é representado, no Brasil, como São Jorge; como tal, é poderoso e triunfal, mas também exibe a raiva e destrutividade do guerreiro cuja força e violência pode virar contra a comunidade que ele serve.
Dá força através da profecia e magia, e é procurado para ajudar as pessoas a obter mais um governo que dê resposta às suas necessidades.

Acrílica sobre Tela - 2012

*Detalhes em rosa que brilham na luz negra, e detalhes em cor dourada e prateada que não aparecem na foto.

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Ogun is a orisha cult in Umbanda and Camdomblé.

Ogun is represented in Brazil as São Jorge, as such, is powerful and triumphant, but also exhibits the rage and destructiveness of the warrior whose strength and violence can turn against the community he serves.
Gives strength through prophecy and magic, and is looking to help people get over a government that responds to their needs.

Acrylic on Canvas - 2012

* Details on pink glow in black light, color and details in gold and silver that do not appear in the photo.
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this is Oshun, african goddess of sensuality, love and rivers. A favor for a friend, hope you guys like it :)
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This is Ogun, a great african God of Steel and Iron...
In Yoruba mythology, Ogun (same as Ogoun) is a son of Yemaja and Orungan; and to this day Ogun is worshiped by the Yoruba people of West Africa. He is worshiped in places like Ekiti, Oyo and Ondo States. He is believed to have (wo ile sun) which means to sink into the ground not to die, in a place named Ire-Ekiti. Through out his entire life he fought for the people of Ire.

In Dahomey mythology, Gu is the god of war and patron deity of smiths and craftsmen. He was sent to earth to make it a nice place for people to live, and he has not yet finished this task.

In Santería and Palo Mayombe, he has been syncretized with Saint Peter.

In the religious tradition of the Afro-Brazilian Candomblé, Ogum (as this Yoruba divinity is known in the Portuguese language) is often identified with Saint George, for example in the state of Rio Grande do Sul. However, Ogum may also be represented by Saint Sebastian, as it is often done in the northeast of the country, for example in the state of Bahia. Officially Saint Sebastian is the patron saint of the city of Rio de Janeiro, state of Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. According to anthropologist Luiz Mott, Saint Sebastian is also considered by many homosexuals, especially those belonging to the lower and marginalized classes, as the patron saint of gay people.

In all his incarnations Ogoun is a fiery and martial spirit. He can be very aggressively masculine—much like the spirit Shango—but can also rule the head of female, or effeminate male initiates to whom he takes a liking. He is also linked with blood, and is for this reason often called upon to heal diseases of the blood.

In the cult of Orishas, he appears in other aspects, such as Ogun Akirun, Ogun Alagbede, Ogun Alara, Ogun Elemona, Ogun Ikole, Ogun Meji, Ogun Oloola, Ogun Onigbajamo, Ogun Onire, Ogun-un, Onile, the latter being a feminine incarnation

Painted in Corel Painter X and Photoshop CS2 - 32 hours
Hardware: TabletPC Lenovo x61T
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18 X 24", watercolor and gouache. The background for this one was inspired from the interior of a thunder egg dug by my friend Bill.
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"Oyá (Iansa) in afro-brazilian religions is a god of storm and queen of "eguns" (spirits), Oxalufan (old Oxala) is god of peace, wisdon and light.

Oya in wikipedia :) [link]
Oxalá in wikipedia :) [link]
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Lightning:
[link] - redheadstock

Clouds:
[link] - coldhunter

Iansã (model)
[link] - dazzle-stock

Oxalufan (model):
[link] - ahrum-stock
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Oxum - God of the Rivers, waterfalls, gold and wealth in the Umbanda (African Religion)
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Oxossi, (alternately Ochossi or Oshossi, Osawsi) is the orixa of the forest, and one of the three Guerrero, or warrior orixas "Ibori" in Yourba. He is a hunter, and his role as an often solitary figure in the wilderness lends him another role as a shaman. Oxossi is connected with all hunter cultures as well as the caboclos in Brazil know as the spirits of the native American dead, as well as the nature spirits of the forest. He is most important to the people of Brazil in Candomblé, as the Amazon Rainforest brings this element to the fore[citation needed] in Candomblé more than it is found in its cousins, the island religions of Cuban Santeria and Haitian Voudoun.

During the period in which most orixa worshippers were slaves to Catholic Europeans, Oxossi came to be identified with Saint Sebastian in the Rio de Janeiro area of Brazil. San Sebatian is most often depicted tied and shot full of arrows, which led to his association with the hunter orixa. He is alternately depicted as Saint George in the Bahia region, and in Cuba, he is identified with Saint Norbert.

Oxossi is the patron Justice, Hunters,Master of all air attacks,The true "GPS", and prayed to when devotees are looking for Justice or something, a job or a house for example. He also is the patron of those who work with animals, dogs in particular.
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Hardware: TabletPc Lenovo X61T
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That's an illustration of Oshun, celebrated in afro-brazilian religions and connected to concepts like beauty, riches and love.
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