An oil pastel vessel reflecting the mystery of being.
The recreation of my given name in the Celtic style.
My rendition of a Celtic stag. Freehand drawn inspired by Beltane.
The inspiration of this piece is my interest in both the Celtic hound and hare in Irish mythology. I also was in the process of developing a logo and I came up with this.
All work on this drawing is freehand pen and ink.
A tribute to the ancient people who built stone circle, and all ancient megalithic places all around the world
Tribute to all the wise women of the past, shaman, sorceress, healer,…
Developed from the knotwork in a Marjory Tait workshop, I extended the design into a fish, changing some outlines into spikey tails and added fins and antenna. I intend to translate it into a felted piece with raised embroidery.
The initial knotwork was developed into a Chinese foo dog, inspired by my own dog who is very chow-like and springs and prances around just like the Chinese lion dancers.
Made for my father, Jean-Claude, for father’s day.
Inspired by traditional Celtic patterns, I created an endless circular work, symbol of infinity and perpetual beginning.
A pair of wolves protect my friend from her nightmares.
A portrait in Celtic style of my friend Josep-Maria Ribelles, a gifted Celtic harper From Catalonia.