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My new Muse - Art of the Tangle
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Der Weg

I have been drawing lots and lots of Celtic Knots lately, but after the knot is drawn, then what?  I hadn’t been able to really come up with ideas for really enhancing the artistic aspects of these pieces.

That is, until a friend shared an image by Sulamith Wulfing, a turn of the century German artist and illustrator.  Her work focuses on fairies, nature, and spirits.  This is not normally my cup of tea, but the way she embellishes her drawings with ancient knot designs and other ornaments is beyond stunning!