• A display of all my designs of the Celtic Gods and Goddesses, in sets of 10 greeting cards. Sold in their display box with 3 or more sets ordered.

    Order by email at: contact@elenadanaan.com

    Prices for wholesale only: Per card:  € 1, 19 1 set   (10 cards )  = € 11,90 / 2 sets (20 cards )  = € 23,80 / 3 sets (30 cards )  = € 35,70 4 sets (40 cards )  = € 47,60 / Display box = € 4 (free with 3 or more sets ordered)
      Shipping prices to be added: 1 set = 320 gr / Display box = 100 gr Ireland: (standard post) -1 set: 3,10 + display = 5,80 -2 or 3 or 4 sets: 3,10 + display= 9 England: (standard post) -1 set: 6 + display = 22,50 - 2 or 3 or 4 sets: 10 + display= 22,50 Europe: (standard) -1 set: 6 + display = 28 -2 or 3 sets: 10 + display=  28 -4 sets: 13+ display=  33,50 USA: (registered) -1 set: 13 + display = 40 - 2 or 3 sets: 22 + display=  40 - 4 sets: 29 + display=  40  
     
  • Arianrhod is the Celtic Goddess of the cosmic cycles of time. Her name means "Silver-Wheel", a symbol that represents the ever-turning wheel of the year, that she holds here within her hands and where we can see the eight Celtic festivals, the corresponding Ogham trees and the signs of the Zodiac. She is also linked with the constellation Corona Borealis, the Moon and the North star. She lives in a realm known as Caer Sidi: "revolving castle", in reference to the constellations of the Zodiac encircling the night sky.

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    A3 Poster version of an original painting oil on canvas, 20 x 30 cm. WHOLESALE PRICE (Order by email at contact@elenadanaan.com): 10 posters= 150 euros 25 posters= 250 euros 50 posters= 400 euros 100 posters= 650 euros
     
  • Brighid

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    A beautiful representation of Brighid, ancient Irish Goddess of the Tuatha de Dannan, associated with the Spring season, fertility, healing, poetry and smithcraft. She is the protectress of the Druids and is celebrated at Imbolc (1st February). Brighid is the Sacred Fire of Ireland and had her sanctuary in Cill Dara, where priestesses used to keep her sacred flame. Nowadays, a Christian Saint shares her name and her heritage, and in Kildare, the tradition of the flame-keeping is beautifully maintained by the Brigidines.

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    Regular size card, double-fold, blank inside.
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  • A beautiful representation of the Cailleach, old woman of Winter. She represents the aged Earth that has given all her resources and her energy to create and nurture life.  In her cauldron brews the magical cycle of birth, life, growing, ageing, death, decay, recycling of matter and rebirth. Beside her, in the circle of ancient stones, the White Poplar opens the gateway to the Otherworld. The Winter Solstice's sun is either setting on the longest night of the year and rising upon the rebirth of light. - - - - * - - - -
    Card version 12 x 18 cm of an original painting acrylic on canvas. Double fold, blank inside. WHOLESALE PRICE: email me at contact@elenadanaan.com
     
  • A beautiful representation of Cernunnos, Lord of wildlife and warrant of the deepest secrets of the forests. Inspired by the famous representation from the Gundestrup cauldron (200 BC). He bears also the names of Herne or Pan, and is often represented wearing deer antlers or depicted as a great stag. Cernunnos appeals within us to our primal power, and he generates growth and fertility for all aspects in our life and our actions. He protects all life and assists us in our actions to preserve nature. He holds a Torque towards the moon, visually drawing the two circles of the Vesica Pisci, symbol of the union of Feminine and Masculine. In his left hand he holds at bay and in balance, the sexual energy of nature depicted by a snake with ram horns. Sika-Deer and Oak leaves crown his head, and in his run through the forest, a Blackthorn unfolds behind him its magical doorway to the darkest secrets of the night. - - - - * - - - -
    Card version 12 x 18 cm of an original painting acrylic on canvas. Double fold, blank inside. WHOLESALE PRICE: email me at contact@elenadanaan.com)
  • The Dagda (Irish: An Dagda) is an important god in Irish mythology. One of the Tuatha Dé Danann,he is portrayed as a father-figure, chieftain, and Druid. He is associated with fertility, agriculture, masculinity and strength, as well as magic, druidry and wisdom. He is said to have control over life and death, the weather and crops, as well as time and the seasons. He is often described as a man wearing a hooded cloak. He owns a magic staff or club (the lorg mór or lorg anfaid) which can kill with one end and bring to life with the other, a cauldron (the coire ansic) which never runs empty, and a magic harp (uaithne) which can control men's emotions and change the seasons. He is said to dwell in Brú na Bóinne (Newgrange). Other places associated with or named after him include Uisneach, Grianan of Aileach, Assaroe Falls, Lough Neagh and Iveagh. The Dagda mates with several goddesses, including the Morrígan and Boann. His children include Aengus, Brigit, Bodb Derg, Cermait, Aed, and Midir. - - - - * - - - -
    Greeting Card version of an original painting oil on canvas.
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  • Danu card

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    A beautiful representation of Danu, Ancient Irish Goddess of the Earth and Great Mother of all living beings. She has a strong connection to the land and the water, and is a goddess of fertility, bounty, prosperity, rivers, wells, of birth and of renewal. The soil is regarded as her womb, sometimes also represented as a chalice or a cauldron. Within her body, all life is born, returned after death, and renewed. She was brought to Ireland by the Tuatha de Dannan, “the people of Danu”,originating from an area of Eastern Europe located between the Danube River and the Black Sea. She is also known by the names Anu and Dana. She is particularly associated with a place near Rathmore, in Co.Kerry, the Paps of Anu, where two mountains seem to form a pair of breasts. At their feet are the remains of a Bronze Age settlement, Cathair Crobh Dearg, also called “The City”, next to the village of Shrone.

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    Card version (Regular size, double-fold, blank inside) of an original painting acrylic on canvas.
    WHOLESALE PRICE (Order by email at contact@elenadanaan.com): 10  cards = 30 euros 25  card = 50 euros 50  cards = 75 euros 100 cards= 100 euros
     

  • A young maiden gazes at a Hawthorn tree. She may find in its hidden spikes, the heady fragrance of its flowers and the glow of its ruby berries, delightful Faery love.

    The Hawthorn is the male Fairy Tree, as the Elder is the female one. In its branches dwell invisible creatures, as tricky as generous, realizing wishes for whom possesses a pure heart. When Hawthorn blossoms in bountiful beauty, its white flowers sing the time of Bealtaine, ancient festival of the start of Summer and of Love.

    Since the ancient times of the Celts, Hawthorns are revered as highly sacred. Those who bring Hawthorn branches inside a home invite misfortune, and cursed are the foolish ones who dare to harm or even cut down a Hawthorn tree!

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    Card version 12 x 18 cm of an original painting acrylic on canvas. Double fold, blank inside. WHOLESALE PRICE (Order by email at contact@elenadanaan.com)
  • Lugh

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    Irish solar god of Light, Power and Fertility. Lugh was son of Eithniu (daughter of Fomorian god king Balor) and Cian of the Tuatha De Danann. According to a prophecy, Balor was to be killed by his grandson and so Eithniu was locked in a tower to prevent the prophesy. However, it failed: Lugh was born and miraculously escaped Balor’s clutches. Lugh was secretly raised by foster mother Tailtiu and the god of the sea Manannan Mac Lir and became an expert warrior. When he reached manhood, he joined the people of the goddess Dana, (Tuatha De Danaan), leading them at the 2nd battle of Mag Tuired against the Fomorians. Balor used his magical evil eye capable of killing whomever looked at it to great effect, but Lugh used his sling to throw a stone through Balor's eye, and so slew him and ended the war. The Irish god Lugh is believed to be equlvalent to Gaulish Lugus and the Welsh Lleu Llaw Gyffes. Even today in Ireland, people remember the figure of Lugh with a festival which commemorates the beginning of the harvest at the start of August; the month and the festival having the same name in Irish: Lughnasadh.

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    Regular size card, double-fold, blank inside.
    WHOLESALE PRICE (Order by email at contact@elenadanaan.com): 10cards = 30 euros 25 card = 50 euros 50 cards = 75 euros 100 cards= 100 euros
     
     

  • Manannan Mac Lir, Celtic god of the Sea and guardian of the Afterlife. His magical horses ride the waves in wild foam and his cloak unfolds above the Ocean bringing mist and thunder. In the far side appears the Island of the Apples, where he reigns as the almighty King of the Otherworld and of the Lands of Eternal Youth. - - - - * - - - -
    Greeting Card version of an original painting oil on canvas.
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  • Beautiful representation of the Morrigan, Irish Goddess of war. She foretells doom and death in battle, where she often appears as a crow. Also called the Phantom Queen, or The Great Queen, the Morrigan is as well associated with sovereignty, the land and livestock. She is believed to be a manifestation of the Earth and a sovereignty goddess, chiefly representing the goddess's role as guardian of the territory and its people. The Morrigan's earliest narrative appearances as an individual, are in stories of the Ulster Cycle, where she has an ambiguous relationship with the hero Cúchulainn. The hero does not recognize her, and in ignorance of her role as a sovereignty figure, he insults her. Before he can attack her she becomes a black bird on a nearby branch. Cúchulainn now knows who she is, and tells her that had he known before, they would not have parted in enmity. To his response that she cannot harm him, she delivers a series of warnings, foretelling a coming battle in which he will be killed. She tells him, "it is at the guarding of thy death that I am; and I shall be." - - - - * - - - - Regular size card, double-fold, blank inside.
    WHOLESALE PRICE (Order by email at contact@elenadanaan.com): 10 cards = 30 euros 25 card = 50 euros 50 cards = 75 euros 100 cards= 100 euros
     
  • A beautiful representation of Mother Earth, between Sun and Moon. Gift Card version of an original painting acrylic on canvas. Card version (Regular size, double-fold, blank inside) of an original painting acrylic on canvas.
    WHOLESALE PRICE (Order by email at contact@elenadanaan.com): 10  cards = 30 euros 25  card = 50 euros 50  cards = 75 euros 100 cards= 100 euros
     
  • Beautiful representation of the Morrigan, Irish Goddess of war. She foretells doom and death in battle, where she often appears as a crow. Also called the Phantom Queen, or The Great Queen, the Morrigan is as well associated with sovereignty, the land and livestock. She is believed to be a manifestation of the Earth and a sovereignty goddess, chiefly representing the goddess's role as guardian of the territory and its people. The Morrigan's earliest narrative appearances as an individual, are in stories of the Ulster Cycle, where she has an ambiguous relationship with the hero Cúchulainn. The hero does not recognize her, and in ignorance of her role as a sovereignty figure, he insults her. Before he can attack her she becomes a black bird on a nearby branch. Cúchulainn now knows who she is, and tells her that had he known before, they would not have parted in enmity. To his response that she cannot harm him, she delivers a series of warnings, foretelling a coming battle in which he will be killed. She tells him, "it is at the guarding of thy death that I am; and I shall be." - - - - * - - - - Regular size card, double-fold, blank inside.
    WHOLESALE PRICE (Order by email at contact@elenadanaan.com): 10 cards = 30 euros 25 card = 50 euros 50 cards = 75 euros 100 cards= 100 euros