Print: “Brigid at the Forge”


Fine Art Print signed by the artist.
8×10-inch image on 8.5×11-inch paper

The prints are created in the artist’s studio.  Protective Packaging includes a backing board, with the print enclosed in a clear envelope, and a description sheet.

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Original: Pen & Ink, 1985.

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.