Although I don't know for certain, I believe I was the first person in the U.S. to put Celtic Knotwork on my pottery as surface design.
This design of a hunting Celtic Cat has been very popular.
This Celtic Horse was originally part of a manuscript.
This knotted up creature is of a Norse Design.
Leaping Celtic Stag on a mug
Occasionally I also do humans. This Irish Warrior is dressed all in plaid. Plaids were bright, (what we would consider) mismatched, and popular with Ancient Celts.
This is a large platter with a Celtic bird. The bird "may" have been representative of a peacock.
This is a running Celtic Dog, the knotwork is swirling about him.