Lady of Avalon Print by Cheryl Yambrach Rose-Hall


Beautiful painting of The Lady of Avalon now available as a large, high quality print.

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Lady of Avalon Print by Cheryl Yambrach Rose-Hall

This beautiful painting of our beloved Lady of Avalon is now available to buy as a large and extremely high quality print, and as a gift card.

Cheryl painted this after the Glastonbury Goddess Conference of 2015, the 20th year of the conference which was devoted to Stella Nolava.

The inspiration came to her directly whilst standing upon Chalice Hill during a ceremony created by the Conference Ceremonial Group, as the sun was setting and the moon was rising.  The wonderful quality of the light can be seen in this amazing painting.

The conference of 2016 was devoted to The Lady of Avalon, and this image by Cheryl captures so much of the devotion and love that Priestesses who are returning have for the Lady.

Cheryl Yambrach Rose is the author of the book Art Through the Eyes of the Soul.

She is a clairvoyant visionary artist specialising in Spiritual portraiture and Neo-Mythic Art®. She paints in oils on linen in a synthesis of the old master style and her own unique technique of tuning in through the eyes.

Cheryl’s spiritual portraits are Multi-dimensional paintings incorporating information accessed through the sight of the pineal gland or inner eye as it connects to the Source Field.

Her Neo-Mythic Art® brings forth images out of the morphic fields surrounding sacred sites and vorticies within them.

She lives and works in Glastonbury, England, Prague, Czech Republic, and Mt. Shasta, CA. In Prague, she is co-founder with her husband, of Daghda Vision s.r.o., a company dedicated to global cultural exchange, art, film and publishing.

This high quality print measures 45cm x 32cm and will be posted to you in a strong cardboard tube package for protection.


Additional information

Weight 500 g
Dimensions 45 × 10 × 10 cm


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