Celtic Cat

This image was adapted from a design found on a bronze mirror from Holcombe, Devon in the late first century B.C. or early first century A.D. The Celtic use of animals in their designs is known as zoomorphic ornament, literally "of animal form." The cat has always had a special place in imagery for it’s suggested air of magic and mystery.



  • Medium: Mixed Media.
  • Dimensions: 40cm x 30cm. Print 40cm x 30cm with mount.

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Happiness comes through taming the mind; without taming the mind there is no way to be happy.

Tenzin Gyatso the 14thDalai Lama.