zo·di·ac ('dē-ăk') ('dēăk)

  • Astronomy. A band of the celestial sphere extending about 8° to either side of the ecliptic that represents the path of the principal planets, the moon, and the sun.
  • A band of the sky along which the sun, the moon, and most of the planets move. It is divided into twelve parts, with each part named for a nearby constellation.
  • The twelve constellations, or signs, of the zodiac are important in astrology.

  • An imaginary belt encircling the heavens, extending about eight to nine degrees on each side of the ecliptic, and containing twelve constellations and their twelve astrological signs, within which are larger major planets.

  •  The imaginary band in the sky through which the sun, the moon, and the planets appear to move.


 The fine Arts or the fine arts collective, that is, those that appeal to the taste or sense of beauty, as painting, sculpture, music; the profession of a painter, sculpture; engraving, architecture, the special skill required by those who practice these arts; artistic faculty; skill knack; artfulness; cunning; duplicity.


 To graphical transform express and/or illustrate forms and images of the figures and signs of the Zodiac by use of different art mediums and techniques, styles. Such as pencil, charcoal, pastels, India ink, acrylic, water and oil paints and the new hi-tech media digital imaging and colorization imagery.