Timo Kinnunen
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latest, finished piece. watercolor, pencil and ink.

latest, finished piece. watercolor, pencil and ink.

Art by Tiiti Mendelin

Art by Tiiti Mendelin

Resultado de imagen de Morten Gjul

Resultado de imagen de Morten Gjul

Untar is the Finnish deity of fog and mist, and lives in the highest regions of the heavens. She passes the mist through a silver sieve before sending it to earth.

Untar is the Finnish deity of fog and mist, and lives in the highest regions of the heavens. She passes the mist through a silver sieve before sending it to earth.

forestrolli: Vellamo, she is the water goddess in the Finnish old mythology. She’s the one who creates the waves in the seas, and brought the good sailing weather. by Linda Piekäinen (Link on art page Facebook)

forestrolli: Vellamo, she is the water goddess in the Finnish old mythology. She’s the one who creates the waves in the seas, and brought the good sailing weather. by Linda Piekäinen (Link on art page Facebook)

Tapio, Finnish God of Forests by Linda Piekäinen

Tapio, Finnish God of Forests by Linda Piekäinen

Lasse Nissilä: Kokkolintu (Kokko bird), 2013. Metal.

Lasse Nissilä: Kokkolintu (Kokko bird), 2013. Metal.

the spirit of the bear  "In Finnish mythology Otso, Ohto, Kontio, metsän kuningas (the king of the forest), and mesikämmen (honeypaws) are some of the many rarely uttered circumlocutory epithets for the spirit that was never directly named. Generally, the spirit of the bear was referred to as friend, brother,uncle, or forestcousin, or ways were thought up that would bypass the need to refer to the spirit at all, even indirectly."

the spirit of the bear "In Finnish mythology Otso, Ohto, Kontio, metsän kuningas (the king of the forest), and mesikämmen (honeypaws) are some of the many rarely uttered circumlocutory epithets for the spirit that was never directly named. Generally, the spirit of the bear was referred to as friend, brother,uncle, or forestcousin, or ways were thought up that would bypass the need to refer to the spirit at all, even indirectly."

Väinämöinen's Boat Journey - Akseli Gallen-Kallela- 1909 - The Athenaeum

Väinämöinen's Boat Journey - Akseli Gallen-Kallela- 1909 - The Athenaeum