59197 Ceridwen's Leap Ceridwen's Leap
59197

Ceridwen's Leap

in Acrylic by Andrew Gruffudd No Artist Reviews
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Part of the Pagan series of artworks. Ceridwen is the Keltic Goddess of inspiration who brewed a potion for her son Afagddu (utter darkness) who, being the ugliest creature that ever assumed human form, might nevertheless be mitigated by the wisdom the brew ensured. However, Gwion Bach, who stirred the cauldron wherein the brew had been boiling, partook of the drops of the Awen when they splashed upon his thumb and, instinctively, he sucked on the site. Gwion knew the danger he faced and took flight Ceridwen, knowing that all her work was in vain, gave chase. The picture shows her in her flight as she chases down the stirrer.
W 11.70" x H 16.50"
W 29.72 cm x H 41.91 cm
Acrylic
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Naïve
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About the Artist

It is not for me to ascribe any special skill or talent to myself. Of course, I may look upon the results of my labours and be pleased that I have done this thing, although I see myself more as a channeller, somewhat like Fra. Giovanni Angelico, than an originator. Or maybe... maybe I need so...

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