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Celtic owl

Beautiful back-lit, color changing wall art from Jen Delyth

Jen Delyth | symbol-Blodeuwedd-the-Owl-Jen-Delyth.jpg  The story behind Blodeuwedd("flower-face")ia an interesting one;if you aren't familiar with it you should look into it.From the Welsh.

Celtic Art by Welsh artist Jen Delyth - Celtic Tree of Life and Keltic Designs Catalog

The spectacular stained glass ceiling at the Peacock Room Lounge. A place in the USA, in Spokane, Washington. Jaw dropping in its beauty.

The Peacock Room, Davenport Hotel, Spokane, Washington; Constructed in the Davenport Hotel was completely restored in Above is the stained glass ceiling in The Peacock Room Lounge.

Celtic Art Studio  - art, myth and symbol - Jen Delyth Art Gallery and Celtic Gift Store

Celtic Art Studio - art, myth and symbol - Jen Delyth Art Gallery and Celtic Gift Store

Celtic Art | Posted by J.P.Skelton Celtic Art at 14:46 No comments:

Celtic Artwork made by J.P Skelton. On this site you can browse the gallery of pieces and purchase on the Buy tab.

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Woodpecker Totem

My Birth Totem (July Woodpecker your Birth Totem? Get an in-depth description in my Native American Zodiac & Astrology series! Woodpecker's personality, compatibility, & more!

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Vintage Irish Celtic Lucky Rabbit Coin 3 pence - The Irish version of a lucky rabbit's foot. No bunny's were harmed in the making of this coin.

stained glass window. love.

Peacock art panel by Joan Baker --- LOVE THIS! I might just be inspired to paint something PEACOCK for my house.

Diamond Painting Cross Stitch Diy Diamond Embroidery Color Owl In The Garden  Square Drill Diamond Mosaic Pasted Needlework

'Celtic Owl' from Deva-Arts Hey Debra Taylor this owl ms Ady would love.

Celtic knots in garden art, stained glass, jewellry etc. I also love Celtic music. <3

Stained Glass Suncatcher - Handcrafted Green & Gold Celtic Knot Design - Irish Design Sun Catcher - Glass Sun Catchers - - by StainedGlassDelight on Etsy

A Welsh Goddess, Arianrhod appears in the medieval story collection 'The Mabinogi'. In Welsh the constellation of Corona Borealis is named Caer Arianrhod - Arianrhod's Castle. The Celts "know well the way of sea and stars" and counted time not by days, but by nights, and made their calendars - such as the famous Coligny Calendar, not by the sun but by the moon. Original Design & Text by Jen Delyth ©1992

Arianrhod - Moon spirit Limited Edition Celtic Art Print by Welsh artist Jen Delyth - Celtic Art Studio

Ravens Panel tapestry - Abstract & Modern Tapestries and Wall Hangings

The Morrigan (also known as the Morrigu) was the shape-shifting Celtic Goddess of War, Fate and Death