Rainbow Ride is an art project inspired by my love of rainbows and light. I fell into spontaneous creativity during this past year of introspection, and I brought back a bit of brilliance with me. The project is not complete yet, and I'm excited to keep working on it. Tune into your good vibes, and take a trip on Rainbow Ride.
Right: "Mask of Me"
Rainbow Ride Collection
Materials used: 11"x16" Wood canvas, clay, acrylic paint, prisms (headphones), magnets, convex & concave mirrors, pipe cleaners, craft crystals, glue, copper wire, mica, calcite.
Take a spin into a world on Rainbow Ride~~~~~~~
All are the same on this ride, but each is very different.
Materials used: Canvas paper, plastic bubbles, magnets, craft crystals, glue, home grown crystals, ink pens, copper wire, plastic eyeballs, pipe cleaners, small mirrors
Stroll down Piekne Place and invoke the spells along its sidewalks. This street was a delight to create, and I found myself lost in its pleasant and peaceful piekne sky. May 2021
My great friend and writing partner, Stephanie Robinson, is a media specialist at an elementary school. One day she had a student ask her for a book that had all the beautiful things, like; faeries, mermaids, unicorns, etc- everything together. There are many stories that have these elements cast in their telling, but she couldn't find one that had them all mingling. I thought what a fun scene to imagine and created "Everything Beautiful!" February 2021
Standard orbit. Live long and prosper.
I am a Trekkie, and the NCC-1701 D Enterprise is my favorite spaceship- so, this is a bit of fan art. I had the picture spinning in orbit in my mind, and now it exists, and I can see it flying through space anytime I like. My ship was attacked by an arachnoid invader during construction. It's always an adventure on the Enterprise!
Eleanor Skeleton was born out of thin air. I had an idea to bring her to life, and she enchanted me with her charm. Elly Skelly loves a mystery and you'll find her occasionally haunting Fairday Morrow's book blog.