It's becoming a habit of mine to create a new piece to celebrate each of the Celtic festivals...and they usually include a woman; the goddesses seemed to be just as important as the gods in Celtic mythology! So with Bealtaine only a few short days away, let me introduce "Golden Glow", inspired by the ancient May Day fire festival, blooms of citrine crystal lap her legs like flames, as she walks her right path, the sun shining on high to welcome the bright half of the year. The woman figure is created from shards of field pottery, a beach pebble and shells. I'm not sure what the pattern is called on the piece used for her skirt... could it be "May Flower"? A happy synchronicity if so! Swipe to see. Citrine is a yellow quartz stone said to hold the healing powers of the sun and is believed to energise all areas of life, a fitting stone for Bealtaine when everything is bursting into life, and a nod to the yellow furze or gorse which is blooming at this time.
The pebble art is presented in an Irish made, solid wood, white 13"x9" (33.5cmx22cm) box frame with glass front and hanging fixture on back. Photos of item are taken without front in place so that detail can be seen without glare. "Celtic Wren" will be signed on the mount. By using stones, pebbles and twigs collected in and around the Boyne Valley region of Ireland, I hope, in some way, a little of the essence and joy of this ancient land goes with you. Beannachtaí (blessings)x.
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