|Kris Gallagher's Celtic Warrior, 300 BCE-100AD|
|"Unicorn Daydreamer" by Jennifer Allen's five year old daughter|
|diorama by Faith Martin|
She writes: The legend of King Arthur, a Celtic king, became one of the most famous rulers of Britain. A warrior, a knight as well as a king, Arthur is known for his Knights of the Round Table and for uniting the peoples of his land. The Knights were ‘Brothers in Arms’. The Round Table supposedly represents equality of all members—no one person, not even the king, should sit at the head. Varied stories present different numbers of the Knights, ranging from only twelve to as many as one hundred fifty or more.
This well researched diorama is perfection from every angle.While some people chose history, other chose myth.
|diorama by Grace Polega|
|diorama by Nikki Ann|
|diorama by Mel Cox|
|diorama by Joanna Chonister|
|diorama by Laura Rock-Smith|
Mary Butler's diorama pays tribute to another Celtic god, Cernunnos.
Cernunnos is the god of wild things and nature.
I think this one is really lovely.
Here's Cernunnos again, this time paired with Epona, the patron goddess of mares and foals.This beautiful diorama was created by Karen Chorney.
Jennifer Allen's diorama is a tribute to the goddess Epona.
Speaking of Epona, McKenzie Smith's entry is based on the Celtic knot for Epona. She used three Maliks and acrylic rods to create it.
We are almost to the end of the BreyerFest Diorama Contest pictures. Thank you, Kris, Jennifer, Faith, Nelli, Jennifer, Grace, Nikki Ann, Mel, Joanna, Laura, Kayla, Mary, Karen and McKenzie for allowing me to share your creations.