Artist's description:

The title of this piece comes from the pagan festival which commemorates the summer solstice, also known as Midsummer -- or the longest day of the year -- which is when I started this painting.
Old traditions included lighting bonfires, having various festivals, feasts, and parades-- anything to celebrate the abundance of nature at its fullest.
What you celebrate during Litha on a mystical level is light at its strongest. It represents things like the triumph of the King, the power of light over darkness, and just life -- life at its fullest.

Painted on stretched, traditional gallery wrapped canvas measuring 24"x36" and 0.25" thick, painting is composed of 10 different colors, sides are not painted and artwork can be hung as is or collectors have had works professionally framed.

Materials used:

Acrylic on stretched canvas

Litha (2018)


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