ART AND CREATIVITY INSPIRED BY THE LAND, ITS' PEOPLE, THEIR ANCIENT TRADITIONS, LIFE, STORIES, MYSTERIES, AND MAGIC.
Callanish stone circle on the Isle of Lewis off the west coast of Scotland.
CAVE ARTPastel drawing inspired by european palaeolithic cave art.
BLUE CAVE ARTInspired by european palaeolithic cave art
Inspired by the 'cup and ring' carved stones from Brow moor, near Ravenscar on the north east coast of England.
Blodeuwedd, from the ancient welsh tale of Math son of Mathonwy from the Mabinogion.
Blodeuwedd was a maiden created from flowers by the wizard Gwydion.
Inspired by neolithic carved 'cup and ring stones' and carved stonework from the the long barrow at New Grange in Ireland.
More Neolithic rock carvings from north eastern England.
Painting based on entoptic patterns carved on Neolithic stone monuments in Britain and western europe.
Earth water fire and air
met together in a garden fair
put in a basket bound with skin......
Forest goddess of pagan europe.
Barrow wights are said to be the spirits which haunt the ancient neolithic long barrows of ancient britain.
Men an tol stones on Dartmoor, Cornwall, England.
OAK TREE CERNUNNOS
Cernunnos is the Celtic forest god and lord of the animals, seen here as depicted on the Gundestrup cauldron. Oak trees were sacred to the celtic druids.
RUNESTONE SHEELAGH NA GIG
Sheelagh-na-gig as depicted in medieval carvings from all over Britain and Ireland, with scandinavian runes from the ancient Futhark.
SHEELAGH NA GIG
Another depiction of Sheelagh-na-gig.