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Celtic ornament- use on the books for closures

Celtic ornament- use on the books for closures

Forest tapestry with Celtic knotwork.

Forest tapestry with Celtic knotwork.

== Aon Celtic Art ==                                                                                                                                                      More

== Aon Celtic Art == More

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Green-dragons08-72.jpg

Stained Glass dosen't have to go in windows. Using modern glasses that radiate their colour and vibrancy, I make beautiful glass panels to hang on the wall. Mounted on stainless steel frames they...

Stained Glass dosen't have to go in windows. Using modern glasses that radiate their colour and vibrancy, I make beautiful glass panels to hang on the wall. Mounted on stainless steel frames they...

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Horse painting by Courtney Davis. He is such a talanted Celtic artist living today

Horse painting by Courtney Davis. He is such a talanted Celtic artist living today

Celtic Crosses at Glasnevin Cemetary #tombstone #art #celtic

Celtic Crosses at Glasnevin Cemetary #tombstone #art #celtic

I'll get the see The Book of Kells- an illuminated manuscript of the 4 Gospels, created by Celtic monks around 800 AD- when I visit Trinity College

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I'll get the see The Book of Kells- an illuminated manuscript of the 4 Gospels, created by Celtic monks around 800 AD- when I visit Trinity College

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. 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.

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