Tree Keepers Oracle
In ancient times, trees were more than just material for paper - they were mystical protectors of our tales. As druids believe, certain places have thin barriers between realms, and trees served as guardians of these sacred spots. If you were fortunate, you could stumble upon a duirwaigh, a door within a tree trunk that led to enchanting worlds. Explore this magical realm with the Tree Keepers Oracle, complete with 44 luxurious cards, a beautifully illustrated guidebook, and a charming organza pouch.
- 44 gold edged cards measure 3” x 5”
- 108-page fully illustrated guidebook included in box
- organza drawstring ouch
Angi Sullins is the author of "Doorways and Dreamfields: A True Fairy Tale", "Flaming Muse", "A Knock at the Door", and "Digital Art Wonderland." Before the era of youtube, she created the short inspirational film "A Knock at the Door" that went viral, garnering over four million fans.
As the founder and president of Duirwaigh Studios, a transmedia design studio creating products and services that inspire soulful imagination, she has helped artists and aspiring creatives find their unique voice, and has molded a space in today's market for creative consciousness. Her words and original works of art with partner Silas Toball can be found on hundreds of greeting cards, calendars, journals and collectibles worldwide.
Stephanie Pui-Mun Law has been painting fantastic otherworlds from early childhood, though her art career did not begin until 1998 when she graduated from a program of Computer Science. After three years of programming for a software company by day and rushing home to paint into the midnight hours, she left the world of typed logic and numbers, for painted worlds of dreams and the fae.
Her illustrations have been for various game and publishing clients, including Wizards of the Coast, HarperCollins, LUNA Books, Tachyon Books, Alderac Entertainment, and Green Ronin. She has authored and illustrated Dreamscapes (2008, North Light Books), Dreamscapes: Myth & Magic (2010, North Light Books), and Dreamscapes: Magical Menagerie (2012, North Light Books), a series on watercolor technique for fantasy. She is the author and illustrator of best-selling tarot deck, the Shadowscapes Tarot (2009, Llewellyn Worldwide). Her work also regularly appears in Realms of Fantasy Magazine.
In addition to the commissioned projects, she has spent a great deal of time working up a personal body of work whose inspiration stems from mythology, legend, and folklore. Collections of this art are published by Shadowscapes Press. She has also been greatly influenced by the art of the Impressionists, Pre-Raphaelites, Surrealists, and the master hand of Nature. Swirling echoes of sinuous oak branches, watermarked leaf stains, the endless palette of the skies are her signature. Her background of over a decade as a flamenco dancer is also evident in the movement and composition of her paintings. Every aspect of her paintings moves in a choreographed flow, and the dancers are not only those with human limbs. What Stephanie tries to convey with her art is not simply fantasy, but the fantastic, the sense of wonder, that which is sacred.
While most of Stephanie's work is done with watercolors, she experiments with pen & ink, intaglio printing, acrylic, and digital painting as well.