Custom Celtic bardic illustrations for the interior of the book Lore of the Bard, by Harper Sylvan. Published by Llewellyn Worldwide, the oldest publisher in New Age sciences. This specific image is the second plate in the book, and for this panel I decided to do a stand of three young oak trees, entwined together with 3 druid staves around them in a clearing. Triple oak trees with triple staves, representing the '3 within 3' symbology that is common in Celtic mythology. Each oak staff is carved in ogham runes to symbolize the sanctity of the grove. Note the different symbols again nestled within the knotted tree border: the Celtic harp, used to symbolize creativity, the ogham staff for knowledge held, the Trinity knot for the triple gods and goddesses, and the cauldron of eternal life. Please note that ALL my artwork is registered with the copyright office and is under copyright protection! You may not use, alter, or copy anything without permission.