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Blackberry, Tree Wisdom Banner Wall-hanging, 100 x 50 cm, eco-friendly, high-quality Organic Cotton fabric print, Pagan, Celtic, Druid Ogham

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This unique big format Forest art wall-hanging is designed to bring the magic of the trees into your home and sacred spaces.

Since 2019, I have been working on a Tree Wisdom series. My vision is to bring artwork into the world, that is ceremonially co-created with the tree spirits themselves. In this process, I offer my eyes and hands to the trees and invite them to communicate through the creative journey I embark on.

Each image is designed to act as a portal that allows the observer to directly connect with the essence of a particular tree spirit. Printed on paper or cotton canvas, these pictures can be used as sacred altar decorations and totemic art for ceremonial spaces.

>> The Blackberry - Tree Wisdom Banner:

Blackberry is included in the Tree Wisdom Banner series, because she is part of the Celtic Tree Ogham. A set of twentyfive plants and trees that shaped our ancestor's lives.

Next to the big and characterful trees, blackberry is easily overlooked and underestimated in her healing capacity and potent plant spirit medicine.

Bramble inhabits an important niche of the woodland landscape. By reclaiming land, offering shelter and food to birds and small mammals as well as protecting young tree saplings from being eaten or damaged, bramble encourages the expansion and regeneration of forests.

Blackberry protects fiercely to create homes and bring food to many little creatures of the woods, that's why I included a mouse in this banner.

Blackberry represents a natural barrier and boundary. If we try to ignore her, we end up with scratches and ripped clothes. At the same time, blackberry grows over walls and through fences, which shows her ability to overcome obstacles and move through blockages.

This two-sided quality of "shield and sword", protecting and penetrating shows a strong warrior spirit. We can choose to fight against blackberry or learn from her by working in alignment with the characteristics embodied in this plant.


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