Haliya and Bakunawa Print
8" x 10" print on cardstock, matte finish. **Frame not included**
This print explores pre-colonial mythology of the Bikol and Bisayan regions of the Philippines. It depicts the story of Haliya, the masked goddess of the moon, battling Bakunawa, the serpentine celestial eater that our ancestors believed to be the cause of eclipses, earthquakes, rains, and wind.