Celebrate the beginning of Spring and the turning of the seasons with the Imbolc Dragon Canvas Art Print hanging up in your home. This dragon wall art is printed onto canvas on a wooden frame. The frame comes with mounting hardware for you to hang the fantasy art print on a wall. It depicts a design by the popular fantasy artist Anne Stokes.
The black design displays a yellow, serpentine dragon curled up in the center of a stone wheel. Its head faces the viewer with its jaw open, ready to bite or enflame. Its tail curls back and forth in an S-shape. Meanwhile, the stone wheel behind the dragon depicts the different symbols for the Wiccan Wheel of the Year. The golden symbol for Imbolc sits on top.
Imbolc was an ancient Gaelic festival signaling the beginning of Spring. It was originally associated with lambing and the goddess Brigid. Little of its original customs and rites survives, but it is traditionally associated with weather lore. In fact, it was a holiday for watching for serpents in a similar manner to Groundhogs Day in the United States. The serpentine nature of the dragons body is reminiscent of this traditional folklore.
You can take this dragon wall decor and decorate your altar space or fantasy home decor with it. This Anne Stokes dragon art print also makes a great gift for any lover of dragons, fantasy, and Wiccan holidays.
- Inspired by the ancient holiday of Imbolc
- Features artwork by Anne Stokes
- Richly colored design
- Comes with hardware for mounting
- Great decor piece
- Made from canvas on wooden frame
- Length: 9.8 Inches
- Width: 7.5 Inches
- Thickness: 0.5 Inch
Measurements are approximate.