|My own Rendition of Kokopelli.|
As for Goddesses, I always honor Hera and Freya. It may seem like a strange combination, but it works for me. Freya is (among other things of course) a Goddess of Abundance and Fertility. Hera, depicted often holding a pomegranate, is an obvious Goddess of fertility. Did you know that for many years, English kings ate pomegranates before having "relations"? Pomegranates have for centuries been used as an aid to fertility and libido.
Which Gods and Goddesses do you honor at Beltane? How do you honor them?