Spiral Tarot – a card-by-card feature by Tarot Zamm.
By (author) Kay Steventon
From a Kabbalistic viewpoint, the ancient symbol of the spiral has been used by diverse cultures on their continuum of life. In the richly illustrated Spiral Tarot deck and accompanying book, author/artist Kay Steventon explores the legends and traditions of mythical imagery, and ancient Celtic wisdom that describes our complete life cycle from birth to old age.
Spiral Tarot – Tarot deck card-by-card feature by Tarot Zamm.
In Spiral Tarot, Kay Steventon conveys the spiral mysteries of the subconscious with the mythical imagery of her richly illustrated deck. Spiral Tarot incorporates figures from diverse mythologies including Ancient Celtic, Roman, and Greek. In addition, the Major Arcana presents kabbalistic and astrological elements. The Minor Arcana cards no less than the Majors are presented as full pictorial scenes with added visual elements that help readers relate to the meanings. Each card of the Spiral Tarot deck has been drawn with vibrant tones and exquisite details for a tarot deck of extraordinary depth and beauty.
Kay Steventon has been producing her uniquely symbolic artwork for over three decades. Her paintings have been featured at exhibitions and galleries around the world, including Fiji, America, and her native Australia. Working out of Overbank End Studio in Eltham, Victoria, Kay is a commissioned portrait artist, specializing in astrological portraits.
Kay Steventon has combined her talents as a professional artist with her passion for tarot and astrology. She is the creator of the highly acclaimed Celestial Tarot Deck and Ancient Feminine Wisdom of Goddesses and Heroines, both published by U.S. Games Systems, Inc. (Source: U. S. Games Systems)
Dimensions 73.66 x 109.22 x 30.48mm | 226.8g
Publication date 01 Sep 1998
Publisher U.S. Games
Publication City/Country CT, United States
Illustrations note ill
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