The Elora Tarot is a collaborative deck created by 65 artists from the small town of Elora, Ontario in Canada. Each artist created up to three cards in their own choice of style and medium. The 79-card deck (it also includes a Happy Squirrel card) is self-published by group coordinator, Shelley Carter.
Tarot Deck - 79 Cards - Self Published 2013
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Elora Tarot review by Arnell Ando
Shelley Carter was inspired by many things; travel, adventure, history, art, Tarot collaboration and a strong sense of community. It is also a beautiful, well-made set. The project coordinator Shelley Carter; a Tarot reader and art-history buff, had specific goals in mind when she decided to take on this challenge. 1. To create a meaningful, useable Tarot deck for readings and meditation. 2. A deck that would also serve as a mini art gallery showcasing the individual artists of her small community. 3. To also bring these creative individuals together for a unifying purpose that would create a cohesive and meaningful work as a whole. 4.Bring attention to the beauty and uniqueness of the idyllic village of Elora, where they all live and thrive.
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More About These CardsName: Elora Tarot
Creators: Assorted, Shelley Carter
Publisher: Self Published 2013
Deck Type: Tarot Deck
Major Arcana: 23
Minor Arcana: 56
Deck Tradition: Rider-Waite-Smith
Card Language: English
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