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love the zentangle "framing" a portion of scripture! Could scan a page of the BIble, resize the image, print then tangle over top. MUST TRY

love the zentangle "framing" a portion of scripture! Could scan a page of the BIble, resize the image, print then tangle over top. MUST TRY

"Raven Steals the Sun" is based off of the Haida myth of the raven who steals the sun and created sunlight for the world.

"Raven Steals the Sun" is based off of the Haida myth of the raven who steals the sun and created sunlight for the world.

Celtic art by welsh artist jen delyth - celtic designs catalog - original celtic artwork illustrating the celtic tree of life and the spirit in nature, earth. Description from yamahamotorcyclesnew.net. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Celtic art by welsh artist jen delyth - celtic designs catalog - original celtic artwork illustrating the celtic tree of life and the spirit in nature, earth. Description from yamahamotorcyclesnew.net. I searched for this on bing.com/images

Celtic Gneiss Stone Figure of a Goddess, perhaps Brigantia, 200-300, stone from Outer Hebrides. A mother, warrior, virgin, hag, conveyor of fertility, giver of prosperity to the land and protectress of the flocks and herds. Tied to the land whose features seemed to be manifestations of her power. When no longer venerated, converted into local nymphs, guardians of wells, or supernatural hags, conferring benefits/evils. Celtic goddesses remain traceable in local saints and spirits of…

Celtic Gneiss Stone Figure of a Goddess, perhaps Brigantia, 200-300, stone from Outer Hebrides. A mother, warrior, virgin, hag, conveyor of fertility, giver of prosperity to the land and protectress of the flocks and herds. Tied to the land whose features seemed to be manifestations of her power. When no longer venerated, converted into local nymphs, guardians of wells, or supernatural hags, conferring benefits/evils. Celtic goddesses remain traceable in local saints and spirits of…

Art by Thalia Took -  Danu, Celtic Mother of the Faeries. "I am the force that turns the flower to the Sun."

Art by Thalia Took - Danu, Celtic Mother of the Faeries. "I am the force that turns the flower to the Sun."