Ogham Wishes houses a traditional workshop located in County Roscommon, Ireland. Ethel Kelly, the owner of Ogham Wishes, hand paints symbols from the ancient Irish language of Ogham, found on stone slabs across the countryside as a mark of history. Kelly often translates this writing into Gaelic, the Irish language that was commonly spoken up until the twentieth century. Her art is resonant of the wider cultural history of Ireland. The paintings are featured on handcrafted paper and placed in elegant black frames, bringing these ancient languages into the modern era in a stylish way. Each black frame comes with a sticker that explains the meaning of each art piece. While these pieces have a Celtic background, the simplicity and meaning of the art from Ogham Wishes is universally appealing.