Shrouded in mystery and magic, the Celtic and Norse traditions of Northern and Western Europe have given rise to many of the legends that we grow up hearing about in fairy tales and legends.
From the Celts what we know is still much shrouded in mystery and lost to the ages, leaving us with scant images of worship. But what we can find speaks of a reverence of nature and the interwoven nature of all things.
From the Norse we provide figures from the rich lore passed down to us from the Sagas and other such tales, telling the stories of the Gods of the Northmen and the way they worshiped. This has left us with a wide range of statuary, depicting myths, legends, and deities.