Sedna is the sea goddess of the Inuit people. She embodies both the mother and crone aspect of the triple goddess.
Common symbols for Sedna include water, an eye (sees all things in her domain), and fish. She embodies the ideals of thankfulness, providence, nature, and abundance.
She was born a mortal, and later became both the mother of the sea and the keeper of the dead.
"Sedna", Goddess of the Sea
Original clay sculpture, with a metallic finish
For sale by owner and creator.
There are no replicas of this, nor copies.