Watercolour painting by Dai Wynn of the harbour of Port St Mary on the Isle of Man. This is a little different from the painting of Castletown harbour, a few kilometres away, in that it does not have an initial pen and ink drawing. Painted on 300gsm medium texture Arches paper. 29.5 cm high by 42 cm wide by 0.1 cm deep approximately (A3). Check www.daiwynn.com for availability.
The eldest runestones, inscribed with Norse runes, date from the 4th century. These were the Elder Futhark runes. However, the most of the runestones were created during the late Viking Age and thus inscribed with theYounger Futhark runes. The runestones with Norse runes were usually erected to commemorate one or several deceased kinsmen, and in most cases these people died at home peacefully. Usually, men raised or commanded raising a runestone, while some of them are raised by women…
Gwydion - Celtic (Welsh) Warrior and magician God, God of enchantment, illusion, magick. Father of Lleu and Dylan. A son of Donn, the sea Goddess, and brother to Govannon, Arianrhod, and Amaethon (God of agriculture). Known as a great wizard and bard in northern Wales. He was many skilled, like the Irish God Lugh. He was a shapeshifter whose symbol was a white horse.
Ink and watercolour painting by Dai Wynn of Castletown Harbour on the Isle of Man in the Irish Sea. Painted on 300 gsm medium surface texture Arches cotton paper. 29.5 cm high by 42 cm wide by 0.1 cm deep approximately - A3 standard size.