Celtic Artist Angela Dawn MacKay

 
 
 

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Celtic Artist Angela Dawn MacKay

Celtic Artist Angela Dawn MacKay

Halifax, NS

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While I have always drawn, sketched, and doodled ever since I can remember, it was not until recently that I decided to study art and design more seriously. In 2012, I obtained a Certificate in Digital Media at NSCAD University and in 2013, I completed an apprenticeship studying the craft of celtic art. It was not until after the birth of my first child that I first conceived of the idea of selling my artwork and in the summer of 2013, Knotted Words Celtic Art was born.

Drawing from the wisdom of the great writers of the past, Knotted Words Celtic Art seeks to unite celtic art and literature, image and word, in an aesthetically pleasing, brain teasing, heartfelt experience. Please visit our website at www.knottedwordscelticart.com to find out more about us and what we do. Receive a FREE, print-quality 8" by 11" image of The Celtic Goblet of Life when you sign up for my email list, as well as monthly updates about new artwork and blog posts. Follow me on Twitter @AngelaDMac. Check out my blog for regular posts about creativity, spirituality, and healing. For Celtic art t-shirts, hoodies, journals, and more, please visit my Zazzle store at www.zazzle.com/admackay* .

By day, I work in private practice as a psychologist, providing counselling services to children, adolescents, and adults. When I'm not at work, or creating art, you'll find me writing, forever editing my young adult fantasy/literary horror manuscript that I am working towards getting published. To learn more about me and what I do, you can visit my main website at www.angelamackay.com .


While I have always drawn, sketched, and doodled ever since I can remember, it was not until recently that I decided to study art and design more seriously. In 2012, I obtained a Certificate in Digital Media at NSCAD University and in 2013, I completed an apprenticeship studying the craft of celtic art. It was not until after the birth of my first child that I first conceived of the idea of selling my artwork and in the summer of 2013, Knotted Words Celtic Art was born.

Drawing from the wisdom of the great writers of the past, Knotted Words Celtic Art seeks to unite celtic art and literature, image and word, in an aesthetically pleasing, brain teasing, heartfelt experience. Please visit our website at www.knottedwordscelticart.com to find out more about us and what we do. Receive a FREE, print-quality 8" by 11" image of The Celtic Goblet of Life when you sign up for my email list, as well as monthly updates about new artwork and blog posts. Follow me on Twitter @AngelaDMac. Check out my blog for regular posts about creativity, spirituality, and healing. For Celtic art t-shirts, hoodies, journals, and more, please visit my Zazzle store at www.zazzle.com/admackay* .

By day, I work in private practice as a psychologist, providing counselling services to children, adolescents, and adults. When I'm not at work, or creating art, you'll find me writing, forever editing my young adult fantasy/literary horror manuscript that I am working towards getting published. To learn more about me and what I do, you can visit my main website at www.angelamackay.com .