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A Celtic shapeshifter
Shapeshifters play a important roll in Celtic mythology. Some people are turned into animals through jealousy, as is the case in the famous Children of Lir story, others choose to do so by magic.
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Two winged wolves exchanging a loving touch in mind-air.
A Eurasian jay, telling the moon of all the stories and adventures he knows.
A Dreamy Magpie
The Twilight Dreamer, a gorgeous magpie in flight, dreaming of an even longer tail.
The loving groom
The gentlemen gently grooms his love while holding her close.
A small water faerie stares at her viewer.
A illustration for the Bestiary Card-deck. Three dragonflies flying over the water.
A Eurasian Jay
A illustration for the Bestiary Card-deck. A Eurasian Jay holding onto a clover as the queen of clubs.
A Ghostly Apparition
The Peryton, a lost soul if there ever was one.. These creatures were often seen as winged deer, yet they cast the shadow of a man. They prey on humans, and legend has it they were instrumental in the fall of Rome.
A Forest Stag
The spirit of the forest in the form of a noble stag.
The Wolf and the Crow
A Wolf and a Crow spirit, telling stories and singing songs underneath the night sky.
A traditional fox-coloured kitsune, holding a human faced mask. The kimono is dirty, ragged and not properly tucked in at the top, because although the Kitsune knows how to wear the kimono, she doesn't know it should be presentable.
A Clever Fox indeed
The Irish tale telling how the Fox rids himself of his fleas. He finds a lock of wool, and holds it in his snout while he slowly, tail first, dips into the water until only his nose is above it. The fleas run into the wool, and at the last moment the fox will let the wool go and emerge from the water, flea free!
The Faerie of the elements
Elementia, queen of the elements. Her wings rule the winds, her hair rules the waters, her feet the earth and in her hands she holds fire itself.
A wolf and her ferrets
A female wolf takes her favourite ferret buddies for a wee dander outside.
The White Wolf
A big white anthro-morphic wolf stands there holding a sheet of black velvet, while giving you an enchanting Arctic stare.
A white ghost-like wolf runs proudly strides across, as dreams flow from her every step.
'Ilchruthach', meaning shape-shifter. Through life we all go through various transformations. These are rarely easy, but through them we become stronger.
A Maned Wolf
With their long ears and legs, the maned wolf is a very elegant creature to behold. Though with the knotwork for legs it does look a wee bit clumsy..
The Lunar Moth
The bright colours of this enchanting animal make it such an otherworldly creature. And next to that, it's long 'tails' lend themselves excellently for knotwork patterns.
The Hound of Prince Llywelyn
The famous story of Gelert, the hound of Prince Llywelyn, that fought the grim wolf to protect the Prince's son. 'Dílis go bás', 'loyal until death'.
Two winged guardians stand on each side of a Celtic shield shaped knot.