(Medium: Pen and ink.)
Celtic Goddess of Smithcraft, Healing & Inspiration, she survived into the Christian era in Ireland as the beloved St. Bridget. A fire goddess, her name means “bright one.” Her festival of Imbolc, or Candlemas, on February 2 — the Celtic first day of spring — marks the lengthening of daylight, and reminds us of the life that stirs beneath the snows of winter.
This is one of the first Goddess portraits I ever did, back in 1985. It’s a golden oldie, and is one of my top-selling prints of all time. It’s found all over the web too.
signed by the artist
Price includes shipping. Each edition is limited to 250 prints. Print is hand-signed and numbered by the artist. The prints are created in the artist’s studio, printed on fine art, archival textured papers. The manufacturer of the printer, papers and ink promise a longevity of 200+ years, “worthy of museum display.” (Fine art prints, as well as original art, should never be hung in full sunlight.) You will also receive a Certificate of Authenticity. Protective Packaging includes a backing board, with the print enclosed in a clear envelope.