Brigid -Goddess of Fire- acrylic mixed media on canvas   by margotmythmaker

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Brigid is one of my favorite Celtic Goddesses. She is the goddess of the home and hearth, inspiration, poetry, smithcraft, and healing. As a solar deity her attributes are light, inspiration and all skills associated with fire. Although She might not be identified with the physical Sun, She is certainly the benefactress of inner healing and vital energy.

In my depiction of Brigid, the Gaelic above her head translates as “Have a fire of your own”. Brigid serves as a reminder to keep your own inner fire alive and thriving!

Here is a photo of me with the original. I sold her at this showing. I kind of miss her sometimes….


  • MoonSpiral
    MoonSpiralabout 5 years ago

    The Tuatha de Danann pantheon is my favorite. I love Brighid, and you can tell you put a lot of love into painting this!

  • Tammy- We have a lot in common girl! Faerie realm-Tuatha de Dannen, I know very well. Have you ever been to Ireland? If you haven’t I think you would love it. I have much more to write and ask about-but that will come. For now I will say that I love your art and your writings on your site! So nice to have connected here. Oh, and the faerie calendar you put together is to die for! : )

    – margotmythmaker

  • GittiArt
    GittiArtabout 5 years ago

    Marvellous work !!!!!

  • thank you-and I visited you site and love the work-and what you said “when I paint I dip my brush into my soul” How beautiful and true!

    – margotmythmaker

  • eoconnor
    eoconnorabout 5 years ago

    Well done love the explination she looksfullof fire and mystery. LIZ

  • Antanas
    Antanasabout 5 years ago

    lovely done

  • …thanks you for your compliment! I am so happy you left me a note because it brought me to your stunning work! It is truly a joy to view your work. You have an incredible eye.

    – margotmythmaker

  • Antanas
    Antanasabout 5 years ago


  • -Whisper-
    -Whisper-about 5 years ago

    Very beautiful work! I really like how you weaved her hair as you did her necklace. There are wonderful symbols in your painting, great work! And thanks for your explanations, Blessed Be :)

  • thanks so much ! and yes-there is symbolism in there for Brigid. One fun bit of trivia is that the wheat making up her crown I got from a crop circle in England!

    – margotmythmaker

  • madvlad
    madvladabout 5 years ago

    she is stuningly beautiful,soo well done

  • oh thank you so much! I was just looking at your work and LOVE it! What a wonderful story you have too- congrats on creating so many works! I love love love the envelope designs!

    – margotmythmaker

  • madvlad
    madvladabout 5 years ago

    love,love, love, life is as your mom and dad told you as a child, it does fly, so love freely,and you keep it,for free love, has no price going or coming,thank you for you words,it made this art work, worth doing,not for praise,but for giving pleasure hugz

  • Alice McMahon
    Alice McMahonabout 5 years ago

    She is my favorite too – I did a drawing of her using a reference photo of my Irish grandmother as a young woman. It’s way back in my pages. This is great! I love your use of symbolism.

  • izzybeth
    izzybethabout 5 years ago

    she is lovely. I saw her in the mist of your others and love her almost as much as I love your mandolin player.

  • thank you so much! I sold the original and to be truthful-I miss her! She was a warm presence to have around! Interesting that you like the mandolin player too because I thin they have the same sensitivity.
    happy New Year to you!

    – margotmythmaker

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