Depiction of Goddess Hekate with her many symbols, hand-drawn in ink. Goddess Hekate is depicted as three figures, each of them holding one symbol. Left figure is holding a key and pointing. Center figure is holding herbs associated with the Goddess, like poppy, poison hemlock and belladonna, as well as a torch. She has a coiled snake around her neck and new moon crown. The right figure is the most underground aspect of them all. Both with her pose and hair made of snakes, yet with a crown symbolizing light through the underworld, she's the mysterious one. Hekate is accompanied by two large black dogs and with a strophalos sign in the background, which casts a light streak around the Goddess.
Print material: 175g fine art paper