wow. Amazing. utterly amazing. It seems like a dense mixture of rustic and archaic; there is also a clash of geography/landscape, with the aridity implied by the cow's skull and the watery, swampish nature of the woman. I also love that, while her eyes are not shown, the empty eyes of the cow's skull stare out at you from the picture.
I love those colours and everything from the bust down. The face kinda scares me though and I wonder how the idea would change or be ruined if it were cut off to be a bust holding the head-shaped skeleton. Also, was it intended that I find a pair of very motherly breasts in the skeleton or is that some sort of Oedipus/Freud thing I should be worried about?
Where you post it, I shall comment, and I shall weep a little and fumble awkwardly over words and desperate slaps at the keyboard to properly express my gratitude..
Here, however, I will remark on the elegance of your linework, the natural sweep of the swirls and spirals, the subtle stroke of red and the vibrant contrast of the white skull and how balanced the entire piece is.