The Celtic Wheel of the Year focuses on the change seasons. It is a reminder to pause and take stock of our life. The cross-quarter of late summer is Lughnasadh, a celebration of the early grain harvest. It is the first Gaelic harvest festival, a reminder that small things well nurtured mature into great things.

This diptych can be displayed horizontally or vertically. Summer’s brilliant white transitions to the fertile red field of harvest. Features handmade stone texture, acrylic topsoil, bits of limestone, remnants of prairie grass, red oxide and iron oxidized to rust. Surrounded by a weathered wood frame.