Tim - I've attempted to include the Four Elements within the Goddess - her hair being Fire, her dress is the sea/Water, she's surrounded by the hills (Earth) and Air (I couldn't really find a way to actually draw Air, other than the sky...Air just *is* I guess), also watching over the Moon and the Stars. She's also wearing a pentacle necklace (not sure it's viewable in the picture).
I imagine the Goddess as in a way being eternally "pregnant" with Earth and all of us (human and non-human alike) which is why I chose to draw Her this way.
I'm planning on getting some more drawing done on my new book next week (once the hardest exams are over :X) so will post it here if I manage to come up with anything.
Temple Balsall is a decent way from Coventry, about 10 miles the other side. It is actually quite a 'pagan' place. There's a huge church, in the middle of nowhere, surrounded by trees.
The rose window is actually quite small.
Art is always best when forms come completely naturally, when you don't think too much about what you're doing.
If I was going to intellectualise about your drawing, the main thing I'd notice is that it shows only the 'light side' of the goddess. Besides being warm and nurturing, nature also has a cold and heartless side. But we don't really want to see that.
We'd love to see some more of your artwork when you get some time.