Celtic Tree of Life
Welcome to our dedicated CELTIC TREE OF LIFE pages
The Celtic Tree of Life is an original design
by Welsh artist Jen Delyth ©1990
(for Tree Web Graphic, see below)
The Tree of Life is an esoteric philosophy common to many cultures and mythologies, and the Ancients envisioned the entire cosmos in the form of a tree whose roots grow deep in the ground, branches reaching high into the heavens
text by Jen Delyth©1990 (more text below).
This is perhaps Jen Delyth's most well known and appreciated design that she created in 1990.
This is an original, contemporary design, not based on any ancient or modern Celtic pattern. However, it is taking root as a modern Celtic Folk motif to speak of the interconnection of all living things.
This design is published exclusively by Ninth Wave Publishing - Celtic Art Studio & Keltic Designs Inc, and represents our company, and is our legal trade mark and intellectual property © 1990 All rights reserved. Therefore, we do not generally give permission for this design to be published, used or licensed for commercial use outside of Ninth Wave Publishing.
For more info on our copyright check out our copyright page
This design is NOT shareware...
We thank everyone who has kindly asked permission to use the Tree of Life for their commercial and private purposes, and when we have, as we shall continue to do so, declined licensing options, appreciate the respect and understanding many of you have given. Thank you for helping us maintain the special protection we reserve for this design.
If you see this design in a clip art collection, or appearing online without appropriate credit, or on a non-Keltic Designs product - then it is probably being used unauthorised, and we appreciate you letting us know so we can prevent its continuing to be used improperly. (email celtic art studio) In most cases this will not incur legal action - but will give us the opportunity to receive appropriate credit and resolve the infringment amicably.
PLEASE Do not copy any other images from this site without asking permission
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