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Painting Green Men: Part II

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Uploaded on Mar 13, 2009

On The Road... with Christine and Ethan Rose Further adventure on our Geekalicious Grand Book Tour:

How to paint a Celtic Green Man using repurposed wood. When we're not traveling, we're preparing for our next Celtic event by working on our inventory. This has become my favorite book-related art project of all that I do. Whereas the first episode showed mostly how to prepare the wood, this video shows me painting from blank wood to finished Green Man.

The Green Man is an important figure in Celtic Mythology. His history dates back to over 3,500 years ago. He represents the natural world and the cycle of life as the benevolent Spirit of the Forest. His leafy face is rooted in several culture in addition to the Celtic. It is traditional to hang his image around your home (inside and out), especially over doorways, for protection against evil.

Follow us on our Geekalicious Grand Book Tour (through the ups and downs). It's like our own little reality show! Coming to a town near you! Subscribe to TheTuberRose for our biweekly "On The Road..." vlogs, as we travel around the country in our Gypsy Caravan.

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