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Fantasy art by Jessica Galbreth

Jessica Galbreth was born in Ohio, and began her love of fantasy art at a very young age. "I draw much of my inspiration for my art from the intricate beauty of nature, as well as from my fascination with ancient mythology," she says. Prints, original paintings and gifts from her Enchanted-Art collection are now found in public and private collections throughout the world. Here are just a few.
 
The Morrigan
With a raven perched on her shoulder, the Morrigan wields her powerful sword which features the symbol of the waning moon. In ancient Celtic myth, the Morrigan was a triple goddess of war and death who, during battle, would shape-shift into a raven and fly shrieking her war cry above the fighting soldiers.
8" x 10" mounted print $16.50
11" x 14" mounted print $ 28.50

Visit the Enchanted Art website to order
All prints are shipped flat and come mounted on board, covered with a clear sleeve. Each includes a label featuring the legend of the image & easy framing instructions.

Visit the Enchanted Art website
The Morrigan

The Tuatha De Danann    
Tuatha De Danann
Under her protective watch, the children of the Goddess Danu - the Tuatha De Danann - frolic within the lands of Eire, spreading their magic and enchantment. This ancient race who sprang from mother Danu eventually became the deities of Ireland.
8" x 10" mounted print $16.50
11" x 14" mounted print $ 28.50

Visit the Enchanted Art website to order

All prints are shipped flat and come mounted on board, covered with a clear sleeve. Each includes a label featuring the legend of the image & easy framing instructions.


The Temple of the Moon    
Temple of the Moon
At the end of a secret path lies the Temple of the Moon, made of gossamer columns that only appear when bathed in moonlight. This sacred temple beckons weary travelers to rest, if only briefly, and enjoy the splendor of the moon above.
8" x 10" mounted print $16.50
11" x 14" mounted print $ 28.50

Visit the Enchanted Art website to order

All prints are shipped flat and come mounted on board, covered with a clear sleeve. Each includes a label featuring the legend of the image & easy framing instructions.

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