Book of Kells - if you look closer at this you can see which of the Tain Silver products have been inspired by this design

page in book of kells

"Book of Kells" (Insular illumination on vellum. Paperblanks has a notebook with this page as cover.

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celtic knotwork & design "tutorial 1" : beautifully laid out resource {Andrew Davis / Dweran, deviantART}

Celtic Tutorial 1 by Dweran on DeviantArt - Celtic Knots inspiration mandala zentangle

Arianrhod, the Celtic moon goddess beautiful pyrography wall art plaque

Beautiful pyrography artwork depicting Celtic moon goddess Arianrhod with owl on her hand among delicate flowers and celtic ornamental decorations. Image was taken from Dover publications coloring boo

Celtic Tree of Life - Today, the term Celtic is generally used to describe the languages and respective cultures of Ireland, Scotland, Wales, Cornwall, the Isle of Man and Brittany, also known as the Six Celtic Nations. These are the regions where four Celtic languages are still spoken to some extent as mother tongues. The four are Irish Gaelic, Scottish Gaelic, Welsh, and Breton.

Celtic Tree of Life - Amazing! I have no idea how I would quilt this -- maybe appliqué for the tree, and Celtic knot appliqué for the roots.

celtic art george bain | cupotealeaves : border trim line drawing

bluelucied: “ cupotealeaves: “ dark-zeblock: “ I found some old art books today called ‘Celtic Art: The methods of Construction by George Bain’ Which, I found interesting.

Celtic Three Thistles Stencil Designs from Stencil Kingdom

An exciting Treasury of Stencils, specially designed and sized to create dramatic displays.

chaosophia218:  “  George Bain - Methods of Construction in Celtic Art, 1996.  ”

"patterns and stitches" -

Methods for the Construction of Spirals of the Pictish School of Celtic Art, pl. 1 & 2 ¦ George Bain- Methods of Construction in Celtic Art, 1996 ¦ The Villa Of Ormen

Triple spiral, celtic triskele is sometimes called the spiral of life.  It was found in Newgrange site in Bronze age (or older) Ireland.  It remained in Celtic  art for 3,000 years.  Celts believed all life moved in eternal cycles, regenerating at each point.  All important things came in three phases:  birth, death and rebirth.  Mind, body & spirit.

Triple spiral, celtic triskele is sometimes called the spiral of life. All important things came in three phases: birth, death and rebirth.

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