I've just put the outline of this page together, as I haven't had time
to scan in much of my original Celtic Knotwork or Folktales. Hopefully, the
links are enough to satisfy you for now.
Table of Contents
- Drew's "How to Draw Celtic Knotwork" is a good start for beginners who want to understand methods of construction of celtic artwork.
- John William's Excellent Des Images is Computer Created Celtic Art
- Celtic Mandalas designs are some sort of meditational aid with a really complex meaning. I like the art, and ignore the meaning.
- Jess's Journals
are very nicely handcrafted with a Celtic design on the cover. They're
cheap, and they help finance a college student's pizza fund.
- John's Celtic Jewelry
is exquisitely beautiful.
- Peter Stone has a much greater quantity, but his
Celtic Jewelry is also quite beautiful.
- An out-of-print Gaelic-English Dictionary
- Sunsite's Gaelic page includes lots of interesting information about Celtic languages and cultures.
- Online Irish
Gaelic Lessons by brandy.
- Dennis King's Focal An Lae is a Gaelic Word of the Day site and is really helpful to those who are trying to learn.
- Seppo Niemi has an excellent Irish Folk Songs Search Engine
which will search through his nigh 400 song online collection.
- Stanford's Ceolas Music Archive has everything you might want to know, but it is not often updated.
Tales of Wonder include Scottish myths as well as many other nationalities.
- Dublin Institute's Book List of everything they've published, not actual text.
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