Lanyon Quoit | Canvas Art Print
This piece by Villkat Arts was inspired by a visit to the ancient monument in the Penwith area on the western coast of Cornwall, UK. The huge capstone of this mighty Neolithic granite stone Quoit is supported by 3 stone uprights and is still standing strong after centuries. Looking west to the Atlantic, Lanyon Quoit beholds power against the Cornish sky. Villkat was inspired by the energy of this place which seemed to call for the purple, lavender and blue shades. With the slight rolling hills in the distance, if you look closely beneath the ferns you will find some of nature’s entheogenic offerings in the form of the psychedelic mushroom “Psilocybe semilanceata” aka liberty cap. They are almost inviting you to step into a visionary realm where you can see the ancient monument illuminated with light & geometric forms. Beams of light radiate into the sky meeting the sacred form of the “Merkaba”, a three dimensional geometric energy field, with the reoccurring theme of Celtic inspired knotwork showering a golden glow framing the painting.
Thank you for coming on a journey into this psychedelic realm.
Materials & Make
This is a high quality reproduction of an original painting by Ash of Villkat Arts. It has been printed locally on cotton canvas for integrity of colour, dimension, and presentation of the artwork.
This piece can either be framed or displayed as a standalone piece of art.
About The Artist
Known as Villkat Arts in his tattoo work, Ash is celebrated globally for his ability to communicate the shamanistic and spiritual components of the ancient world through his artistry. With a focus on Celtic and Nordic symbolism, Ash’s intention and energy shines through in each of his works, creating a connection between the viewer (or wearer) and the depth of meaning within these art styles. The journey of re-discovering his Northern European heritage is part of Ash’s artistic journey and can be seen in his woodwork, pyrography, painting, and tattoo work.
See more of the art Ash has created for Northern Fire here.
Size & Dimensions
The dimensions of the ”Lanyon Quoit” Limited Edtion Print are 45 x 45cm (18 x 18 inches).