Art inspired by the Renaissance, Celtic knots, fantasy art, and storybooks. I create traditional paintings, digital art and photograph knights, fair maidens, fairies, bagpipers, flowers and a few meadows too.
Please note that the watermark in the lower right does not appear on any ordered prints or products.
Featured are four firebirds who haven't burned up the ornate green leaf design (lol). They are kind of featured in their own window.
This piece was made with pillow design in mind, so that you could toss the pillow and there wouldn't be a right side up: it would look okay at all angles.
Featured is a diamond center with brown lace-like work inside, surrounded by greenery in the way of leaves and swirls, with white seeds in-between the gaps. It is topped off with two borders, one light green and the other white. The design is on a black background.
The firebird is a mythical creature who flies through the skies full of fire, only burning itself up on occasion, then rising from its own ashes to fly the skies again. It tends to symbolize transformation, reincarnation, the ability to transform from difficult situations. In Russia, the firebirds' eyes are made of jewels, and when it cries on you, it helps you to heal.
Firebirds are common in fantasy art.
Diamond shapes represent the earth (especially since the earth is brown). It also represents commitment.
People who are attracted to firebird fantasy art may be going through difficult transformations in their lives. The firebird as healing art is thought to help you through that transition and to be a better version of yourself.
Black represents knowledge, authority in terms of knowledge, mystery and sophistication. Black can sometimes be about evil, but because of the presence of the firebird and all of the greenery, evil does not win out.
My little signature in the lower right corner will not appear on pillows, blankets, duvets or shower curtains for the sake of keeping tradition with home decor. For prints and other products, the signature will appear.