In preparation for mine and Joel’s trip to Wales this spring, I have be re-reading the Mabinogion (collection of Welsh folktales). I’ve always been inspired by Celtic mythology to create my illustrations, so I’m hoping that a trip to the actual place will add another layer of inspiration to my work.

This is Rhiannon on her white horse when she is first glimpsed by Pwyll.

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2 thoughts on “Rhiannon

  1. I named my daughter after her but everyone keeps asking me whether i was a Fleetwood Mac fan. I explain that i love celtic myth.

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