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Collection: Myth, fantasy and fairytales
30 years I've worked as a fine artist, scenic artist and prop master and have enjoyed working for many major theme parks and movie studios. Now retired, I've always wanted to work with my own cloth designs. Now I will
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The title came from a bit of youthful prose I wrote about love's betrayal. The lie of happily ever after. lol We all know that relationships take work. Although even the bad one's have their magical moments.
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Thanks Rhonda for looking close enough to see. It is so dark and light. I never did a lot of fairytale reading to my daughter because I felt like it was a bad set up for life's challenges but as I studied the stories more there is always that element of some darkness to overcome to get to the happily ever after so they aren't as big of a sham as I had decided they were and really do have teachable messages in them.
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There is a fabulous juxtaposition of the optimistic light side of fairy tales contrasting with the darker elements of negativity and adversity in your intriguing design! I keep finding new details in it to ponder, Janiece!
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