The master was made from plasticene on a wooden base and liquid latex and cotton scrim were used to make a mould. This casting was made in hard plaster and painted with acrylic paints. The dimensions are 6" tall by 2.5" wide, o.5" at its thickest. Inspired by the beautiful Assyrian and Greek bas-reliefs at the British Museum and the book "The Gods of Roman Britain" by Miranda J. Green (2003, Shire Publications Ltd, Princes Risborough, UK).
Gandalf - the antlers appear on CelticDao with astonishing regularity. He has one of the most amazing shadowselfs I have ever seen.
It is precisely because our present life is so inseparably linked with desire that we must make use of desire’s tremendous energy if we wish to transform our life into something transcendental. -Lama Thubten Yeshe
There are two ways to look at life. One is as though nothing is a miracle; the other is as though everything is. -Albert Einstein
The ramshorned snake is particularly associated with Cernunnos in Romano-British sculpture being found in Cirencester, on an altar found in Lypiatt in Gloucestershire and on a bronze statue of Mars found in Southbroom in Wiltshire. The horns are of course traditional and the club found more often in wildman images rather than those specifically of Cernunnos but this is how he looks to me during meditations. For some reason my mental image of Cernunnos is of someone looking very much like John Pertwee...
Miranda Greens little book is an absolute goldmine, I recommend it to anyone interested in Romano-British deities.