|13 Aug 2012|| William McAusland|
Top notch work! Sharon Aur
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|4 Apr 2013|| Huw T. Carr|
An interesting concept. Yet, why draw together two different cutures? "Elfin" or "Elven" is Germanic, whereas "Celtic" (a term now considered historically redundant as it implies a cultural, national sense of which there is no evidence for) is generally used to identify people of non-Roman, north and western Europe who were not "Germanic" (in the Roman sense). Perhaps Celtic-Sidhe or Celtic-Fairy/Fay would be more accurate to what you are trying to suggest.
As to the art; beautifully and richly painted, with a wonderful sense of movement and tension. Considering the warrior-centric nature of "Celtic" peoples, it represents feelings of watchfullness and danger very well.