With hopes that you'll enjoy your stay here.
This is the anteroom to my very own scriptorium and workshop - sort of - filled with images and with objects I've been able to decorate, like a craftsman of old.
You'll find customizable greeting cards, coffee mugs, and other merchandise, all illuminated with the sort of Celtic decoration I began doing in 1980. I'd have started a few months sooner, but I went traveling right after I bought my copy of George Bain's Celtic Art: the Methods of Construction. I had to get home before I could dig the book back out.
Iincorporated Celtic borders into a lot of my ink and watercolor work through the 1980s - in most of that work, I think - and did some small press work in illustration (Cold Iron, by Rudyard Kipling and Leslie Fish) and some covers for small music labels that all used these themes and this sort of decorative border work and illumination.
And while much of my more recent work is completely different, I still like to come back to this and spend a little time with it when I can. I hope you will, too!
- Bradley W. Schenck
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Upload your own photographs to place within these Celtic knotwork borders. Then add a personalized message to the inside of the card.
These are a great way to put together your own decorated invitations, announcements, and holiday greeting cards. Give it a try!
All of my greeting cards can be personalized with your own messages inside the cards.
The same goes for my custom postcards and for the business cards - those are some products I'm pretty excited about. You can add your own name and information over the Celtic backdrops I've put together for you.