Snake's Kin Studio presents...

Snake Dance

Lynette evokes her audience's primal fascination with the mysterious serpent. The Snake Dance has been performed in one form or another for thousands of years, surviving since ancient times in pagan rituals and as a tribute to the Earth or Mother Goddess.

a video clip of Lynette's Snake Dance
Check out the Snakes & Women in Art on the Photo & Art Gallery page.

Columbian Boa Constrictors

Lynette has four Boas and including one Albino Boa. Bacchus is the big guy, 6 ft+. He is 30-40 lbs. He is very tame and tolerant. Meshugina, the female, is even larger then Bacchus. Bacchus and Meshugina dance together with Lynette when she portrays the Cretan Snake Goddess-'Potneya'. We have two little girls now who will grow up together and perform together. One, Mohini is albino. She is a beautiful combination of yellow, white and orange.

Maloos as she looks in '97 (153 kb)
More photos of Lynette & her snakes.

The photo gallery page also has artwork -ancient or campy, of women & snakes

PO Box 39,
Fairfax, CA, 94978

Don't forget to also check out our on-line zine of
Middle Eastern Music, Dance,Travel and Culture
The Gilded Serpent!