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Driftwood greeting card

Tuesday, October 28th, 2008

Today’s featured art is Beach Driftwood by Leslie Nazarian: Lesruba Designs

What a nice photograph of driftwood, sand, and shells on this greeting card. Won’t this brighten the day of friends and family when they receive this beautiful card.

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Fantasy Sailing Ship

Wednesday, July 23rd, 2008

Today’s featured art is Sailing Away & Sailing Away 2 by Elizabeth Edwards

This is a beautiful fantasy digital artwork with a sailing ship on blue rippled waters near a craggy mountain.

Prices for Sailing Away begin at $50.94, subject to change.

The beauty continues in a closer view of the sailing ship and rugged mountains.

Prices for Sailing Away 2 begin at $50.94, subject to change.

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Citrus Girl Illustration

Saturday, April 26th, 2008

Today’s featured art is Citrus Girl by Emila Yusof

What a cute illustration of a girl picking oranges from a citrus tree. Her cat is intently watching as she reaches up into the orange tree and picks an orange.

Prices for Citrus Girl begin at $16.98, subject to change.

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Fantastic Fungi

Tuesday, April 22nd, 2008

Today’s featured art is Sulphur Tufts by Roger Butterfield

What a cool photo of fungi with such interesting colors. I learned that these are sulphur tuft mushrooms (Hypholoma fsciculare) and they grow in the Rivelin Valley, South Yorkshire.

After seeing these, I’ll have to pay more attention to mushrooms and toadstools when out taking photos.

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Wonderful Celtic Knotwork

Saturday, April 19th, 2008

Today’s featured art gallery is Celtic by Kristen Fox.

Kristen creates wonderful Celtic knotwork art as you can see in her Celtic gallery. I’m always amazed when looking at the detail in Kristen’s designs. She’s a very talented lady and it’s been a pleasure getting to know her a little bit. Thank your for creating wonderful art that brightens the day!

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Welcome to my Celtic Gallery, featuring a selection of my original art works of Celtic knotwork and spiral art available for purchase as framed or unframed fine art prints. Please enjoy your stay - click around - see what you like that might fit perfectly in your home. These are all original designs, plucked from my mind, but influenced by the ancient Celtic masters, like those in treasured illuminated manuscripts.

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A mandala of a six petal flower shape decorated with Celtic trinity knots and colorful spirals, suggesting vibrant red, orange, and yellow flowers, the green grass and blue skies and stars.


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This original design is a Celtic Mandala with knotwork and spirals - it is also an alien UFO! A flying saucer of mysterious origins, with glowing lights, hovering in a dark forest at night.


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The Celtic Pyramid Mandala features triangle knotwork in copper verdigris multicolors, surrounded by sun rays and more knotwork, like an ancient Celtic-Egyptian-Aztec-Mayan fusion!


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The Celtic Aperture Mandala design combines Celtic knotwork elements and key patterns and colorful textures in an abstract, round mandala form that feels like the aperture of a photographer's camera!


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An abstract Celtic mandala with spirals and knotwork, and shapes that seem like octopus tentacles, seaweed, shark fins, oyster shells, whirpools, and stormy waves.


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A bold Celtic knotwork mandala, featuring a four leaf clover or rosette pattern, in shades of Irish green. A wonderful piece of art for St. Patrick's Day, or just being green!


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A gorgeous pink-orange flamingo poses in cool grassy water, maybe on a Florida vacation - the scene framed with intricate celtic knotwork art.


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A simple and curvy piece of Celtic knotwork, like it was carved from rock with cool natural patterns and textures and colors. (Hand-drawn knot, finished digitally with photographic textures.)


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Celtic Wheel of the Year-the cycle of 8 seasonal pagan festivals-holidays based on solstices and equinoxes. Central Ogham letters represent 13 months of the lunar calendar. Celtic Knotwork accents.


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A polar bear of Celtic spirals and knotwork designs lights up the sky near the North Pole, at home with the stars and the Northern Lights.


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A gorgeous Great Horned Owl, with markings of Celtic knotwork, perched in a circle crescent wreath of Celtic knotwork ribbon, weaving, spirals, and dark, jewel-tone pebbles. Stately, elegant, and magical!


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A stylized reindeer leaps through red and green Celtic knotwork intertwined with vines and golden ribbon. A great work of art for the Christmas/Yule/Winter Solstice holidays!


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A phoenix/firebird, at the heart of the sun, births a new day with dawn light of Celtic knotwork and spiral art. A very complex sunrise pattern with a deep reflection.


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A distressed textured skull and crossbones decorated with all-over Celtic knotwork. An Irish pirate jolly roger? Fancy poison warning? Halloween standard? You decide!


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Celtic Castle Tor - an ancient castle sits in front of a sunset, atop knotwork hills of green, above the wild textured waves and surf of the spiraling ocean below - the whole image surrounded by intricate colored knotwork borders. (original is a hand drawn and inked outline, with coloring finished digitally.)


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A central Yin Yang symbol at the heart of a Celtic knotwork design of intertwined branches and leaves, expressing a Druidic balance of nature and environment. A peaceful and natural image for any wall!


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Celtic Stargate features the sun, phases of the moon, infinity, Celtic knotwork and spirals, stars and a psychedelic rainbow of nebula-like colors and textures. Jump through now!


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Iron Age Celtic coins, mostly over 2,000 years old, were minted by the Celts from the late 4th century BC to the late 1st century BC, in gold, silver, and bronze (copper and tin). Many of them were stamped with the names of tribal rulers recorded in history only through their coins. Although their designs were influenced by Greek and Roman coinage, Celtic coins have their own sense of artistry and style. The images found impressed on Celtic coins vary from giants dragging heads on ropes, horsemen charging into battle or celebrating victories, gods and goddesses of many belief systems, chariots, many different kinds of animals, abstract patterns, kings and leaders, as well as elements such as lightning, and the sun and moon. They are tiny works of imaginative and vibrant art. This particular design is based on a Celtic Horse coin that was minted in Celtic Britain by the ruler Cunobelin ('CVNO' on the coin), which means Hound of Belinus, the Celtic Sun God. 1st Century AD.


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Iron Age Celtic coins, mostly over 2,000 years old, were minted by the Celts from the late 4th century BC to the late 1st century BC, in gold, silver, and bronze (copper and tin). Many of them were stamped with the names of tribal rulers recorded in history only through their coins. Although their designs were influenced by Greek and Roman coinage, Celtic coins have their own sense of artistry and style. The images found impressed on Celtic coins vary from giants dragging heads on ropes, horsemen charging into battle or celebrating victories, gods and goddesses of many belief systems, chariots, many different kinds of animals, abstract patterns, kings and leaders, as well as elements such as lightning, and the sun and moon. They are tiny works of imaginative and vibrant art. This design is based on a Celtic coin of the Arverni Tribe in Central Gaul, from what is now the Auvergne area of France. The warrior with staff and shield may represent Vercingetorix who was Chieftain of the Arverni tribe, called 'king of a hundred battles', who united the Gauls in an ultimately unsuccessful revolt against Roman forces during the last phase of Julius Caesar's Gallic Wars. From the 1st Century BC.


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Iron Age Celtic coins, mostly over 2,000 years old, were minted by the Celts from the late 4th century BC to the late 1st century BC, in gold, silver, and bronze (copper and tin). Many of them were stamped with the names of tribal rulers recorded in history only through their coins. Although their designs were influenced by Greek and Roman coinage, Celtic coins have their own sense of artistry and style. The images found impressed on Celtic coins vary from giants dragging heads on ropes, horsemen charging into battle or celebrating victories, gods and goddesses of many belief systems, chariots, many different kinds of animals, abstract patterns, kings and leaders, as well as elements such as lightning, and the sun and moon. They are tiny works of imaginative and vibrant art. This particular design is a Celtic coin from the Gaulic Treviri tribe who lived in S.E. Belgium in the 2nd or 1st Century BC. The coin has a profile eye with wheel as pupil, stars, zigzag, & herringbone patterns.


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Iron Age Celtic coins, mostly over 2,000 years old, were minted by the Celts from the late 4th century BC to the late 1st century BC, in gold, silver, and bronze (copper and tin). Many of them were stamped with the names of tribal rulers recorded in history only through their coins. Although their designs were influenced by Greek and Roman coinage, Celtic coins have their own sense of artistry and style. The images found impressed on Celtic coins vary from giants dragging heads on ropes, horsemen charging into battle or celebrating victories, gods and goddesses of many belief systems, chariots, many different kinds of animals, abstract patterns, kings and leaders, as well as elements such as lightning, and the sun and moon. They are tiny works of imaginative and vibrant art. This design is based on a Celtic coin from Dacia, Thraco-Getae (Bulgaria/Romania area of the lower Danube), from the 2nd to 1st Century BC. It features a ruling figure holding an eagle, which may represent King Burebista, who unified Celtic tribes and led plunder and conquest raids across central and SE europe until his assassination. The word next to his staff may be a translation of the Greek word for King.


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Iron Age Celtic coins, mostly over 2,000 years old, were minted by the Celts from the late 4th century BC to the late 1st century BC, in gold, silver, and bronze (copper and tin). Many of them were stamped with the names of tribal rulers recorded in history only through their coins. Although their designs were influenced by Greek and Roman coinage, Celtic coins have their own sense of artistry and style. The images found impressed on Celtic coins vary from giants dragging heads on ropes, horsemen charging into battle or celebrating victories, gods and goddesses of many belief systems, chariots, many different kinds of animals, abstract patterns, kings and leaders, as well as elements such as lightning, and the sun and moon. They are tiny works of imaginative and vibrant art. This design is based on a Celtic coin from Celtic Gaul, of the Parisii tribe, what is now Paris, France. It features a stylized Winged Horse design, which could symbolize the Celtic Horse Goddess, Epona (which means 'Great Mare' in the Gaulish language). 1st Century BC.


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Iron Age Celtic coins, mostly over 2,000 years old, were minted by the Celts from the late 4th century BC to the late 1st century BC, in gold, silver, and bronze (copper and tin). Many of them were stamped with the names of tribal rulers recorded in history only through their coins. Although their designs were influenced by Greek and Roman coinage, Celtic coins have their own sense of artistry and style. The images found impressed on Celtic coins vary from giants dragging heads on ropes, horsemen charging into battle or celebrating victories, gods and goddesses of many belief systems, chariots, many different kinds of animals, abstract patterns, kings and leaders, as well as elements such as lightning, and the sun and moon. They are tiny works of imaginative and vibrant art. This design is based on a Celtic coin from the lower Danube region (Hungary, Romania, Bulgaria) and features a woman, symbolizing Victory, holding a wreath and driving a quadriga chariot drawn by four horses abreast. L IVLI BVURSIO was most like an inscription imitating the Roman moneyer L. Julius Bursio.


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Iron Age Celtic coins, mostly over 2,000 years old, were minted by the Celts from the late 4th century BC to the late 1st century BC, in gold, silver, and bronze (copper and tin). Many of them were stamped with the names of tribal rulers recorded in history only through their coins. Although their designs were influenced by Greek and Roman coinage, Celtic coins have their own sense of artistry and style. The images found impressed on Celtic coins vary from giants dragging heads on ropes, horsemen charging into battle or celebrating victories, gods and goddesses of many belief systems, chariots, many different kinds of animals, abstract patterns, kings and leaders, as well as elements such as lightning, and the sun and moon. They are tiny works of imaginative and vibrant art. The Insubres were a Gaulish tribe in Insubria, in what is now Lombardy, Italy and were the founders of Milan. The coin features a fierce lion image and may originate in the 3rd century BC.


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Iron Age Celtic coins, mostly over 2,000 years old, were minted by the Celts from the late 4th century BC to the late 1st century BC, in gold, silver, and bronze (copper and tin). Many of them were stamped with the names of tribal rulers recorded in history only through their coins. Although their designs were influenced by Greek and Roman coinage, Celtic coins have their own sense of artistry and style. The images found impressed on Celtic coins vary from giants dragging heads on ropes, horsemen charging into battle or celebrating victories, gods and goddesses of many belief systems, chariots, many different kinds of animals, abstract patterns, kings and leaders, as well as elements such as lightning, and the sun and moon. They are tiny works of imaginative and vibrant art. This design is based on a coin of the Eastern Celts from the second–first century BC. It features a warrior with a long crest riding a horse and holding a wreath, most likely celebrating a victory. 2nd-1st Century BC.


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An abstract knotwork expression of an ancient Celtic coin. Also the symbol for our Celtic Coin series of designs.


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As above, so below, and the circle of life rolls onward. This Celtic Tree of Life design features a single curvy line of knotwork branches above a knotwork trunk and root system, with a sacred spiral at the heart of it all. The circular design is cornered with sun, moon and stars, lightning and clouds, and leafy ferns! (Design was hand drawn and inked, then color was finished digitally.)


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It's a psychedelic rainbow of crescents filled with Celtic knotwork and spirals! A bright and cheerful piece of art that would be great for a kid's room or any space that needs a bit of cheerful color. This piece was hand-drawn and finished with colored pencils.


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Offset crescents of platinum silver, gold, and copper are fused with decorative metallic Celtic knotwork and spirals, seeming to spin of their own accord. This Celtic piece has a slight steampunk feel to it, with the metals and the 'screws' holding it all together! This work was drawn by hand, the outline inked, then scanned into the computer and finished digitally. This print is not actually metallic (or foil), but colored to give the impression of metals.


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The Celtic Triple Spiral, or Triple Goddess Spiral is an early pagan symbol carved in the structure at Newgrange in Ireland. It's also in the Irish Book of Kells, and used as a symbol of the Christian Trinity. It's earliest meanings reflect a unifying energy and multiple expressions of that energy. Another meaning of the three spirals is to signify three stages of life: maiden, mother, and crone. This image was hand-drawn in parts, then scanned into the computer and finished digitally.


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An original, hand drawn and inked, rendition of the classic Celtic/Irish Tree of Life design, with corner details of sun, moon and stars, lightning and clouds, and ferns. Background looks like old dusky linen. The entire image looks very similar to a woodcut from ancient times!


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A gorgeous circle of multi-colored Celtic spiral art like an ancient stained glass window. A bright and inspirational mandala!


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A textured and stylized illustration of a cat and dog, in Celtic style, with surrounding knotwork, all in terrific earth tones.


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A textured and stylized illustration of a lovable dog, in Celtic style, with surrounding knotwork, all in terrific earth tones.


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A textured and stylized illustration of a cool cat, in Celtic style, with surrounding knotwork, all in terrific earth tones.


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A surreal pencil drawing - sword blade, dahlia, dangling chain, leaves and vines, and celtic symbols embedded in the stonework.


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An hourglass, decorated with and surrounded by Celtic Knotwork in wood and vines, displays the day passing as the sands of the sun pour into the moon. This hourglass mandala appears on a stately blue background.


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Celtic Clockwork uses black and white and traditional Celtic spirals in a modern interpretation reminiscent of the gears and mechanisms inside a clock! (Spirals are hand drawn, and then finished digitally.)


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A simple and elegant star design with Celtic knotwork in each point and a subtle sense of clockwise movement. Contemporary design.


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A gorgeous Celtic trinity knot done in greens and golds, and accented in additional Celtic knotwork art. A classic symbol of unity and interconnectedness!


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Two Celtic dolphins, balanced in a yin-yang position around a central spiral, play in the middle of a sea of Celtic Knotwork, like they were frolicking off the coast of Ireland in blue ocean waters. A unique design sure to appeal to dolphin lovers and Celtic enthusiasts alike


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Stylized Celtic dolphins swim in a yin-yang position around a central spiral design, in a surrounding ocean of Celtic knotwork!


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Two Celtic daggers crossed against a bejeweled round shield. The daggers are a matched pair with knotwork etching up the blades and across the quillons. The handles are also wrapped in leather-ish Celtic knotwork. A huge rhombus-shaped green emerald finishes each piece. This is a wonderful print for Fantasy and Science Fiction lovers - something to hang on the wall to give a modern room a more medieval flair!


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Celtic Rose Stained Glass mirrors the vibrant color of traditional stained glass, combined with the intricate nature of Celtic Knotwork.


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This design is a rough/primitive and highly textured Celtic Spiral Triskele, with Celtic knotwork, in greens for the traditional colors associated with Ireland and St. Patrick.


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A gold compass of Celtic knotwork, with silver and copper accents. All 4 cardinal points are engraved in Irish-Gaelic, also subpoints and 12 elemental points. Rune markings around rim.


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A stylized green dragon sits at the center of a labyrinth made of Celtic knotwork and spirals in maroon/burgundy and greens. Is the dragon master of the maze, or it's prisoner?


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Celtic Loose Leaves - twin autumn maple leaves intermixed with fall-colored Celtic knotwork that winds around like a twisty October wind.


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An Escher-like tesselation of leaves, changing from the green of spring to the crimson red of autumn, detailed in Celtic knotwork and spirals.


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Celtic Knotwork, Spirals, and Christmas Tree Bulbs intertwined with holiday ribbon, holly, and stylized reindeer on a leather 'shield'.


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A Celtic Knotwork symbol done in deep black and cloudy greys, like steel and velvet.


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Celtic knotwork and spirals connect tree roots up through branches, joined by the the sun and the moon and fairy lights. Border colors symbolize earth, air, fire, and water.


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A dragonfly made of Celtic knotwork and spirals, in cool shades of blue and purple.


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An orange-red stylized dragonfly, decorated with Celtic knotwork and spirals, with a watercolor background.


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Mythical Atlantis, interpreted in oceanic and opalescent tones of Celtic knotwork and spirals.


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This planet is a blue and green world of Celtic spirals and knotwork, reminiscent of weather patterns, and hurricanes even - lots of swirling energy. Hail Mother Earth!


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Celtic knotwork round symbol flanked by more knotwork in faux enamel and metallic style.


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A medieval looking round Celtic shield bedecked with gold and silver knotwork designs and rubies, sapphires, emeralds, and amethysts.


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A blue crescent of Celtic Knotwork masquerades as the dark side of a blue moon, a rare sight indeed! What kinds of things do you do only about 'once in a blue moon'?


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Symbols of sun, snow, wind and rain are surrounded by an intricate framing of Celtic knotwork in green, orange, and purple.


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A celebration of Autumn, this piece features four stylized leaves in various stages of fall coloring, surrounded by a ring of yellow-gold, orange, and rusty-red autumn colored Celtic knotwork.


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This pyramid design comes in three sections. Two triangles with zoomporphic knotwork birds with fish in their beaks, and a diamond with a round spiral design.


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A blue green 'eye' is decorated with blue green Celtic knotwork art, as well as sandstone carvings and crescent moon corners.


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A symmetrical Celtic cross design of intricate knotwork, resembling carved stone.


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A butterfly made from all kinds of intricate Celtic knotwork and spiral designs, in yellows, oranges, and greens.


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This design is done in black on a firey background - two dragons, in a yin-yang formation, surrounded by Celtic Knotwork.


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From an original watercolor. A magical portal is opened in a doorway made of standing stones. Bordered by Celtic knotwork.


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An abstract green and black escher-esque puzzle square in Celtic knotwork and spirals.


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Celtic 'Avant Garde' is Celtic Knotwork with a modern, more sharply-cornered twist! This design, in purples and greens and blues, looks to be carved from stone.


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A stylized sun in gold, orange, and red Celtic knotwork, around a center core spiral design.


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An intricate work of Celtic art - a circle with four arms of interlocking spirals, in textured green, black, and white - very detailed!


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A set of nine of my unique ATCs (Artist Trading Cards) in a formation reminiscent of a Tarot Spread. Each card was originally hand-drawn and inked (black and white) with Celtic knotwork art and contain various symbols and images.


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Intricate celtic knotwork in the shape of a floorplan of a medieval castle. In blues and greens, and a touch of purple and yellow tones.


Halloween Friends

Saturday, October 27th, 2007

Today’s featured art is Halloween Friends by Jacqueline Edwards

A vampire bat is in front of a full moon while cute ghosts carve pumpkins. A black cat joins them to send Happy Halloween wishes.

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