Celtic: Referring to Northwest Europe where Celtic culture and language survive.
Annual Celtic Celebration.
It is that time again. That is, it is almost time for the Rogue Gallery and Art Center’s Celtic Celebration’s Art Show in Medford, OR. Not surprisingly, the Celtic Celebration coincides with St. Patrick’s Day. The Celtic Celebration is also a fund raising event for the gallery.
I have participated before in the celebration’s art show and thought I would do a painting once again. You see, it is fun trying to figure out how to fit a theme. Plus, I thoroughly enjoy seeing what other artists create.
Back to the previous entries, one was the first “Irish Breakfast Tea” and the other was “Irish Maiden”. Since I have continued to work with coffee and tea themed compositions, I figured I would try another tea cup version. This time, I added a milk pitcher because it is my understanding that “Irish Breakfast Tea” is often served with milk. Plus, the milk pitcher is a fun shape. One more thing, you might notice a little bit of symbolism too. Look for the shamrock and triskele. And, so we have “Irish Breakfast Tea 2”.
The Celtic Celebration Art Show is on display currently on display through March 22nd at the Rogue Gallery and Art Center, 40 South Bartlett in downtown Medford OR. The public art reception is this Friday, March 15th from 5:30 pm to 8:00 pm.
The Celtic Celebration Event is held on Sunday, March 17, from 5:30pm to 7:30pm, also at the Rogue Gallery and Art Center. It includes music, food, a singing competition and the art show. For more information about the event and tickets, please see their website, www.roguegallery.org.
In the meantime, I hope that you enjoy “Irish Breakfast Tea 2”. One more thing, yes, I do enjoy the flavor of Irish breakfast tea.