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Popular Folk Embroidery My little trip around the world of folk art continues with a visit to Hungary, a country whose bold popular crafts include a stunning emb. Art And Illustration, Illustrations And Posters, Art Populaire Russe, Art Beauté, Russian Folk Art, Popular Crafts, Chicken Art, Folk Embroidery, Vintage Embroidery

Hungarian Fantasy

My little trip around the world of folk art continues with a visit to Hungary, a country whose bold popular crafts include a stunning embroidery tradition. The vivid colors and joyful love of nature present in these art forms find a wonderful individual expression in the works of Károly Reich. Three linocuts by Károly Reich Károly Reich (1922–1988) was an Hungarian artist best known for his children's book illustrations and poster designs. Born in a farming family in the lake Balaton area…

Folk Embroidery Patterns Letterpress Christmas Card Scandinavian Folk Style Red Tree of Life Hope - Scandinavian Folk Art, Scandinavian Christmas, Stencil, Diy Xmas, Folk Embroidery, Embroidery Patterns, Art Patterns, Red Tree, Folk Fashion

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Joy To the World Letterpress Christmas holiday Card Scandinavian Folk Style Red Tree of Life red tree, scandi, retro, love birds Carol Beautiful Scandinavian Folk Style inspired Christmas Card features a red tree of life with 2 love birds canoodling in the branches and the phrase 'Hope' below. Printed on cotton blend paper using a red oil based ink Recycled Kraft envelope included. Blank on the inside for your personal message. Also available in a matching green dove/partridge card…

Csoda szarvas - A central figure in the legends surrounding the origin of the… Wiccan, Magick, Legends And Myths, Animal Totems, Gods And Goddesses, Deities, Folk Art, Fantasy Art, Archaeology

Csoda szarvas - A central figure in the legends surrounding the origin of the Hungarian people. The name translates to "Miraculous Deer". According to Hungarian legend, while out hunting, the brothers Hunor and Magor saw a miraculous white stag. They pursued the animal, but it always stayed ahead of them, leading them westward into Levedia, where they married two princesses and founded the Hun and Magyar peoples.

"The Mayan calendar sign called Manik means "The Hand That Heals" and the power animal for Manik is the Deer." The Magical Spirit Deer ~ spirit of love, union with nature. Herne The Hunter, Power Animal, Nature Spirits, Deer Art, Animal Totems, Winter Solstice, Wiccan, Spirit Animal, Drawings

Honoring My Mother

When I started this blog, I invited my mother to write a guest piece to share her experiences with Spirit. The following is her description of the experience that set her on the path to spiritual self discovery. "I am writing to tell you of an initiation of sorts that I experienced over 40 years ago, 44 years to be exact in the winter of 1966. Never forgetting this remarkable occurrence on the top of Mount Tamalpias it was brought into focus as a Shamanic event when reading The Reluctant…

CSODASZARVAS | The Miraculous Deer | Acrylic on canvas 60x80 cm | Folk Art Flowers, Flower Art, Unusual Art, Unique Art, Animal Medicine, Deer Art, Indian Art Paintings, Fairytale Art, Psychedelic Art

Melinda Hegedus

Graphic designer specializing in Illustrator, Photoshop, and Digital illustrations in Procreate. Experienced in designing for social media, web and print. I love doing icons, logos, branding, layout, t-shirts, and web design. Web experience in Wordpress and WooCommerce.

Gyógyító Selymek, Eletfa es Csodaszarvas Hungary History, Color Pencil Art, Painted Chairs, Gods And Goddesses, Christmas Art, Wood Carving, Art Inspo, Colored Pencils, Mythology

Gyógyító Selymek

A Selyem olyan mintha az Angyalok ölelnének körbe. A lágyság és elegancia ötvözi egymást.

Posts about Holidays written by uloboridae Abstract Animal Art, Alien Concept, Hungarian Embroidery, Family Roots, Strange History, Animal Totems, Cool Pets, Gods And Goddesses, Coat Of Arms

Mit jelképez a szarvas - csodaszarvas?

Mit jelképez a szarvas? "Minden este bánva bánják, Hogy e vadat mér’ kivánják, Mért is űzik egyre, nyomba, Tévelyítő bús vadonba. Mégis, mégis, ha reggel lett, A gímszarvast űzni kellett, Mint töviset szél játéka, Mint madarat az árnyéka. Száll a madár, száll az ének, Két fiáról szép Enéhnek; Zengő madár ágrul ágra, Zengő ének szájrul szájra." (Arany János - REGE A CSODASZARVASRÓL - részlet) Szkíta aranyszarvas pajzsdíszek - Zöldhalompuszta, Tápiószentmárton lelőhelyekről A csodaszarvas…