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Thankyou for your appreciation of the Celtic Tree of Life. This is perhaps Jen Delyth's most well known and appreciated design that she created in 1990. This is an original, contemporary design, not based on any ancient or modern Celtic pattern. However, it is taking root as a modern Celtic Folk motif to speak of the interconnection of all living things. Please help us protect the design, and thankyou for respecting our copyright and trademark rights.



Celtic Art by Jen Delyth 1990

Celtic Tree of life by Welsh Artist Jen Delyth ©1990 www.celticartstudio.com

The Celtic Tree of Life  - by Jen Delyth - represents the interconnection of all things. Roots grow deep in the ground, branches reaching high into the heavens, interlacing branches symbolize the Celtic belief in the Continuity of Life.
Britain was once covered in extensive oak forest, and reverence for Trees is at the heart of Celtic spirituality. Druids had their teaching centers in the midst of Oak groves, and the words for wood and wisdom are similar (Welsh gwydd and gwyddon).  The ‘Tree of Life’ is a philosophy common to many cultures and mythologies. Also known as the World Tree, the primal Mother Tree was regarded as all-nourishing, all-giving, involved in the creation of the universe and the origin of the first man and woman. In the border motif the pot represents this Source, or Earth Womb, also symbolized as the Grail, or Cauldron of Regeneration in Celtic mythology. The interlacing branches symbolize the Celtic belief in the Continuity of Life. Design & Text by Jen Delyth ©1990 www.celticartstudio.com


Celtic Art by Jen Delyth 1990Celtic Art by Welsh Artist Jen Delyth www.celticartstudio.com


Celtic Art by Jen Delyth 1990Celtic Art by Welsh Artist Jen Delyth www.celticartstudio.com

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Celtic Art by Welsh Artist Jen Delyth - Art, Myth and Symbol.  The Celtic culture is a living tradition with a rich heritage of art, mythology and poetry. Original Celtic Art by Welsh artist Jen Delyth illustrates the Celtic earth mysteries and mythology. Jen is the original creator of the Celtic Tree of Life

Celtic Art by Jen Delyth 1990

Celtic Art by Welsh Artist Jen Delyth www.celticartstudio.com

Yggdrasil is the World Tree of Norse Mythology, the Giant Ash tree that links and connects all the known worlds, the earth below, and the heaven above. Also known as the "Tree of Knowledge", the "Tree of the Universe", and the "Tree of Fate", Yggdrasil is the axis, the center of the creation of the Universe. Three roots connect the World Tree to the three wells that flow beneath. The well of Mimir whose waters are the source of all wisdom, the Well of Fate - Urdarbrunnr, guarded by the Norns, the well of Hvergelmir - Roaring Kettlle, the source of many rivers that nourish life. The World Tree is a symbol common to many societies. Within Celtic tradition, the Great Oak tree is most revered, and the Druids are said to have worshipped amongst the ancient groves. The great forests of our world help create the oxygen we breath. They are vital to our planet's diverse ecosystem.
Original Design and Text by Jen Delyth ©2002

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