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Behold The Grail (coloured) by CherrieB


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Behold The Grail (coloured) by 

At last i’ve finished the colouring to the grail, challace image i’ve been working on, and i’m keeping my fingers crossed that i can get the challage well gardens to stock the image into there shop.
Now that i’ve added the colour it is easyer to see how the pitcher is made up. Around the grail i have added a maze, this represent the maze of life and that journey that all of us are on, with all its countless turns and mistakes that make us who we are. And in many ways each of us is on our own Grail Quest.
Around this i have added a knotwork patten this represents the two springs that run through Glastonbury. The red spring runs through the challace gardens where the Grail turns it red as it passes through it or so the ledgend goes. this spring is also full of iron and like so many others i’ve used it to clense crystals and other bits and bobs. The other spring is the White Spring which flows under the Tor and then come out across the road from the red spring. Currently the white spring is being added two and the room where the waters flow through is amazing to behold.
below the central design i have included the design of the challage well which is forged of iron and protects the well with in the challage gardens.
Whilst above i have added the cressent moon holding a pentagram, this symbol is a sign of protection as well as the pagan path, whilst the moon represents Diana and Isis two of the goddess that are worshiped with in Glastonburys Goddess temple, I hope you like it and i’m looking forward to seeing what you all think, Love and light to All Cherrie

I’m a Pagan Disabled Artist in 2000 when i was diagnosed with fibromyaga. i took the desition to develop my own stile and aim to become as good an artist as possible since then my work has appeared in magazines across the world and can be found on a number of Album covers. but i’m always looking for a challange and now in addition you can find me exibiting and demonstrating my artistic stile at art events in the UK

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  • Anita Inverarity
    Anita Inverarityalmost 6 years ago

    Beautiful x

  • Thank you my friend glad you like it

    – CherrieB

  • linskudd
    linskuddalmost 6 years ago

    Cherrie – I love it. Your intricate knot work is fabulous. And the colour of the image quite beautiful.

  • I like doing the knots as they need you to focus and it become intranceing

    – CherrieB

  • Donna Huntriss
    Donna Huntrissalmost 6 years ago

    Wow! Just amazing!

  • Thank you Donna, and i’ve hear back from Spellcraft they did recive the CD so it now a case of when they get round to including it.

    – CherrieB

  • drawing4art
    drawing4artalmost 6 years ago

    Truly superb work, beautifully coloured and designed…hope it gets into the shop.

  • Thanks for your nice words i hope it gets into the shops to.

    – CherrieB

  • Dawnsky2
    Dawnsky2almost 6 years ago

    marvelous work Cherrie :)

  • Thank you Dawnsky

    – CherrieB

    FAIRIEWOMAN1almost 6 years ago

    Your work is so fine, Cherrie. Looking at it, I know the artist infused every line with love and intention.

  • Thank you Helena, it was a wonderful image to do, and if it gets approval will soon be raising funds for the charity that is Glastonbury challace gardens

    – CherrieB

  • danita clark
    danita clarkalmost 6 years ago

    WOW!!! – an instant Fav! Beautiful work Cherrie,

  • Thank you very much

    – CherrieB

  • CherrieB
    CherrieBalmost 6 years ago

    Thank you Danita i’m glad you like it

  • tom burke
    tom burkealmost 6 years ago

    the colors and the knot work are outstanding,what a pleasure to view.

  • Thank you Tom, glad you like it

    – CherrieB

  • MoonSpiral
    MoonSpiralalmost 6 years ago

    Wow, this is fabulous!! You put it all into this one, all the symbols of the goddess, nature, the elements. Beautifully done!!!

  • Thanks MoonSpiral i love put the symbols into my work, some of the spiral pattens i use date back to the earlyist goddess tempels still remaining, thanks for taking a detailed look

    – CherrieB

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