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Listener Inspired Contributions

 

Have you been inspired by the Ancient Celtic Tales? If you've written a story, painted, composed some music or drawn a picture and would like to share it with the rest of the Clan, send it along to us at garyandruth@celticmythpodshow.com and we'll get it on the site! Keep it family friendly and remember to let us know if you want any Copyright notices other than our usual Creative Commons licence.

 

  • Artwork
  • Stories
  • Poems
  • Music
  • Research

Artwork

Artwork submitted by Listeners who have been inspired by the Ancient Celtic Tales

Gabriella

Gabriella has painted some wonderful fairies, and she says:

When I first began drawing I would draw portraits only, I wouldn't touch the brush at all, but one day sitting at home I felt a sudden urge to rush down to the local shop and get the ingredients to paint an angel. I really believe this inspiration came from somewhere above. And now I have been painting for more than 10 years. I have never studied arts of drawing or painting, and I think it's not necessary to use studied methods at all. I use oil paint, and every now and again acrylic for very small pictures.
Now I paint fairies first of all - for I think the angels of Mother Nature deserve our attention, I even try to help them by being green as much as I can.
My favourite painters are Josephine Wall the greatest ever fairy artist and the painter of light - Thomas Kinkade.
So far my paintings were exhibited in the Expose Yourself Gallery in Dun Laoghaire, the D4 gallery in D4 Hotel , the Nora Dunne Gallery, and in the Clermont Christmas Fair in Rathnew. In 2009 I also took part in the People's Art around the Green.

See her Artwork gallery

   

Amy

Amy from Australia has drawn some wonderful images of the Celtic Gods.

See her Artwork gallery

   

Amy

Ian has visited Wales and and has a series of photographs taken on his quest to follow The Trail of Taliesin.

See his Photos which include the story as well!

   

Diane Mortimer

Diane Mortimer says: Here are a number of paintings inspired by your stories.

While listening to your stories I was struck by the modern relevances. War, Heroism, defeat, loss and sorrow. This first painting is called War Temple and is just the first because oil paintings take forever to dry.

See her Artwork

   

Kentucky Stonehenge

Listener Brian has sent us some wonderful photographs that he has taken of the Kentucky Stonehenge.

Kentucky's Stonehenge does not strictly follow the layout of the actual Stonehenge. Instead, it has been set up to reflect the points on a compass rose with additional rocks marking the cardinal directions.

See his Photo gallery

   

 

 

 

Stories

Stories submitted by Listeners who have been inspired by the Ancient Celtic Tales

Nothing has been submitted so far - come on you eager pen-smiths!

Poems

Poems submitted by Listeners who have been inspired by the Ancient Celtic Tales

Amy

Don from has written a powerful, ecologically-aware poem that you can find on his poetry page.

   
Kim & Kenny

Kim andKenny are full time musicians specializing in Celtic, Folk and Originals mostly in the Celtic Vein. Here is a poem that Kim wrote and they later turned into music.

 

Music

Music submitted by Listeners who have been inspired by the Ancient Celtic Tales

Nothing has been submitted so far - come on you eager bards!

Articles and Essays on Celtic Fey Studies that you have submitted

The Song of Amergin

The Celtic Creation

 

    
   

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