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This image is derived from a panel in the Book of Kells, from folio 130r. It's painted in egg tempera (a very old painting medium used from as far back as the Egyptians), with 23 karat gold leaf knotwork. The surface is real vellum, used by the ancient monks to create their manuscripts. The egg tempera really gives the colors a transparent glow to them...so shiny and jewel like...it's really one of my favorite mediums. :-)



Brighid's Serpents

- 8" x 10"

- Egg tempera, ink, 23K gold on deer skin vellum

- SOLD


Copyright Cari Buziak, 1999