Travelers — particularly those who venture out after sunset on unfamiliar pathways — beware of the will o’ the wisps. It is said — though by whom is a bit of a mystery — that on certain days for certain travelers in certain parts of the world, little lights dance on the horizon, whispering tempting invitations… pledging the answers to lifelong questions, the realisation of dreams, a key to secret treasures — a change of fate.
Charmed and curious, unsuspecting travelers follow the floating lights, mesmerized by their whispers, their promises. Yet no matter how long or how fervently they follow, they never quite touch the beautiful beacons whose flickering lights eventually fade and disappear… leaving the inquisitors, the dreamers and the treasure seekers lost… and alone.
I really wanted to make a print out of this but I find it incredible hard to print dark colors. I will just leave it as an illustration I might add for that little fantasy artbook I have been planning forever.
Please, don’t delete my author comment, do not post to any other website and stop adding text/links on my illustrations.
My Disney Dreams Collection celebrates great moments from Walt Disney Films. I call these paintings “narrative panoramas” because each painting tells the entire story of the film in one image. ― Thomas Kinkade.
Everyone could use a little more magic in their lives, right? Here is a collection of magic faerie wands inspired by my obsession with flowers. Each flower is sculpted out of wire and sheer silk, which I dye and paint with care. I add long strands of ribbons and a bit of beaded fringe from my stash of shiny trim that I have collected over the years. The final touch of magic involves inserting a color changing led inside of the flower.