Literally thinking outside of the square.
Almost a year after Jessica, and four artworks between, before another artwork with a female name came along. Again I'm unsure as to the relevance. Perhaps it was significant to being the first of a creation out of the ordinary. The name is beautiful, biblical in origin obviously, and I had described this lady in the past as being a "red-haired Goddess".
Fun-fact: Notice the "V" in the corner? Jessica has one too. I have a "V" tattooed on the back of my neck symbolising Venus. The Goddess of Love. I had this done in 2005 and also began signing my artwork with a "V" right up until 2008. At the time I also wanted to be called "V", though that never happened 😂.
Be bold, be sexy, be fierce and never be afraid to re-invent yourself.
🥰 Tanya x Marie