I feel the fabric is incongruous with the title. I do like the actual photograph of the model, though. It gives her large thighs, wide hips, a bit of a belly, and a pendulous feeling to the breast, all of which is historically very feminine, especially for goddesses.
I love the warm colorful contrasts here. Great tonality. The only thing I could see being improved on is the cropping. I really love the odd angle, and the lines in the composition. However, The bottom curve of her butt is cut off, just a tiny bit, and if the frame was shifted down just a fraction of an inch, it would create an interesting abstract shape and patch of color. Overall, really nice work.
I really like it except for the yarn thing she's wearing. The threads really seem too big and bulky for the angle. If she were wearing something more delicate (or maybe just nothing) I think it would work better.
I just wanted to say that the angle is great. It is always interesting to see such a familiar subject looked at in such a way that makes us see it in a new way. My only suggestion, or criticism would be that your model is so much in the middle of the frame. The interesting angle and the interesting pose are in need of a much more dynamic framing than this. It would have bwwn much stronger to have her of center over to the left of the frame so that we could possibly be privvy to what it is that she is looking at. Her gaze is taking us off the frame, not keeping us in frame with the subject.