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This artwork was featured in Silhouettes, The Love Of Eerie and Enchanting Artwork, Unconventional Artistry, All Things Poetic, Artistic, Philosophical, Parallel Dimensions, Core [C.O.R.E], You’re Accepted, Feminine Intent, Out Of The Blue, Shameless Self-Promotion, Made In Digital, Globes, Spheres, Curves, Inspired Art, In Another World, Silhouette, First Things, Outsiders, The Feature Fraternity, ImageWriting, Sold!, Dimensions, The Beauty of Poetry, The Burton Effect, The Dreaming Tree, Just Fun, A Spiritual Walk, 500+ Views, Favourite Fantasy Creations, and Friends of RedBubble
This artwork was featured on the homepage. Twice
January 14, 2009
January 31, 2009
Often used as avatars for RedBubble groups, including Inspired Art, Made In Digital, First Things, The Beauty of Poetry, and The Dreaming Tree.
Used as a cover image for the Silhouettes challenge.
Placed 6th in the Feature This!! challenge
Won the February Avatar challenge – January 31, 2009
Placed 3rd in the Contemplation challenge
Placed 2nd in the Discovering challenge.
Placed 3rd in the Your Personal Favourite challenge.
Won The Wisdom of Children challenge – May 13, 2009
Placed 4th in the Your Most Popular Blue Image challenge.
Placed 2nd in the All Things Black and Blue challenge
Placed 2nd in The Beauty of Childhood challenge
Won The Poetic Works Of Art challenge – July 10, 2009
Won the New Group Avatar challenge – October 12, 2009
Won The Your Favorite Image challenge – November 15, 2009
The rain has brought Ash a star… a personal fairytale in the making.
Created from a photograph, a painting, several semi-transparent layers, and some photoshop techniques. This is my first artwork that really communicates my child-like fascination with life.
I’ve been driving myself nuts trying to find a song that fits this piece. Turns out the perfect song is one I listen to every day.
Field Of Innocence by Evanescence. There is such a delicate sadness to it, a longing for a return to a more innocent time.
Artistic style of this piece inspired by Tim Burton