Love #7, original archival ink on archival paper + 24 karat gold leaf, Kimberley Arnold

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Original archival ink on archival paper with accents of 24 karat gold leaf are used to create this stylized interpretation of the art of the Celts. The four sections of the square each contain a letter of the word Love, spelled in the language of Ogham (pronouced o-um), the secret language of the Druids.

Measures 14"x14" in matted frame with glass.

Kimberley has been doing Celtic art for over 25 years and she resides in St. Anns, Cape Breton.
Having grown up Ontario and spending time in the UK, she found a love for Celtic art and Celtic spirituality. One day she just sat down and her pencil started to move making the intricate designs of the Celts. She infuses all of her pieces with spiritual meaning reminiscent of the Celtic and druidic traditions. Throughout her art career she has taught several classes on the basics of Celtic art. She also paints landscapes and animals in acrylic and in pen and ink. While living in Ontario, Kimberley has curated art exhibits bringing local artists together for a local cause. Her enthusiasm for art, in particular Celtic art, and continuing the tradition of her ancestry, the Celtic people, is exemplified in each piece she creates and is, and has been, her lifelong passion.

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