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The Four Treasures Of Ireland Mandala by Marg Thomson by fullcirclemandalas  is Marg Thomson

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Marg Thomson Photography & Fine Art

From the original Mandala, acrylic 100cm x 100cm with metallic and glitter overlays.

The Hallows of Ireland

The Morrigan – Samhain
Triple Goddess; Great Queen; Warrior Queen; Queen of War and Death; Shapeshifter (Raven/Crow); Protector; Goddess of Fertility
Bearing Claiomh Solais (The sword of light and death)
Wife of The Dagda

The Dagda – Beltane
Master of Magic; Fearsome Warrior; Skilled Artisan
Guardian of Coire Anseasc, the never empty cauldron with healing powers
Master of the Harp
Husband to The Morrigan
Son of Danu
Father of Brigid

Brigid – Imbolc
Exalted One; Bright Goddess; Goddess of healers, poets, smiths, women; Keeper of prophecies and dreams; The Flame of Ireland; Keeper of sacred wells and sacred earth; Goddess of Spring
Carrying Brigids Cross; Keeper of Lia Fail, the stone of destiny and coronation

Danu – Lughnasadh
Great Mother; Goddess of faery ways; Goddess of fertility and wisdom; Goddess of Imagination; Earth Mother; Matriarch of the Tuatha De Danaan; Goddess of wealth and abundance
Carries the Spear Luin, the spear of might and light

I never know where these Mandalas come from… All I know with this one is that I woke up one morning and The Morrigan was standing at the foot of my bed and the entire image was in my head and I just had to paint it… Now it sits on my wall and I look at it and wonder…

Recently, while looking at this mandala, I saw that the big oak trees painted either sides of the four figures were forming the shape of the celtic cross underneath the sun cross… the more I look at this mandala, the more comes to me.

I woke up one morning and came out into the kitchen just after I had finished this work and the rainbow was spot on the stone of destiny! It was goosepimple stuff, I tell you! The spirits walked my house that morning!

These big powerful mandalas are connections… connections with spirit, connections with others, connections with myself.

ALL RIGHTS RESERVED! Please DO NOT COPY this picture. It is protected in more ways than one…

Cheers:) Marg


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I’m happiest when I have a brush or a camera in my hand – that to me is the penultimate pleasure of my life…

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  • Alison Pearce
    Alison Pearceover 6 years ago


  • Aloramyst
    Aloramystover 6 years ago

    Beautiful work!

  • fullcirclemandalas  is Marg Thomson
    fullcirclemand...over 6 years ago

    thank you kindly, alison and aloramyst :)

    FAIRIEWOMAN1over 6 years ago

    You create beautiful mandalas, the colors are luminous and each image so lovingly created.

  • fullcirclemandalas  is Marg Thomson
    fullcirclemand...over 6 years ago

    thank you so much:)

  • linskudd
    linskuddover 6 years ago

    Wow. How fabulous to see the image in your head.

  • fullcirclemandalas  is Marg Thomson
    fullcirclemand...over 6 years ago

    Yes it is! So many of these mandalas appear fully formed in my mind and then its the process of creating them in the third dimension. Many of them, however, are formed when my hands come into play – linking my physical with my spiritual.

  • Arie van der Wijst
    Arie van der W...about 6 years ago

    This is truly wonderful….a gorgeous piece of art.

  • fullcirclemandalas  is Marg Thomson
    fullcirclemand...about 6 years ago

    Thanks Arie :)

  • Dawnsky2
    Dawnsky2almost 6 years ago

    the work is fantabulous, most colourful and the write up is awesome! :)

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