Imbolc, also known as the Feast of Brigid, on February first celebrates the arrival of longer, warmer days and the early signs of spring.The word Imbolc means literally "in the belly" in the Old Irish Neolithic language, referring to the pregnancy of ewes.
The Gaelic calendar, or alternatively the Irish calendar, is a system of timekeeping developed during Ireland's Gaelic era and is still in popular use in modern Ireland. It is used to define the beginning and length of the day, the week, the month, the seasons, quarter days, and festivals.Spring ("Earrach") - February, March, April
This piece and all other works in the galleries represent Art with a global flair.
Its an eclectic mixture of styles and topics, influenced by a variety of world cultures. When we surround ourselves with artwork our lives are enriched.
Like good books they linger in our being and help shape who we are and how we view the world.
Having a favorite piece of art or two around to view on a regular basis is good for your spirit and that is always worth the investment.
The images are available in a variety of formats and sizes.
There is sure to be something just perfect for your needs, wants and most importantly because its art, your passion.
I welcome your visits as well, as your comments, pins and tweets.
Come back often as new work is added frequently.
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March 14th, 2014
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