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Gaia The Earth Goddess  fabric by artist_michelle_bird on Spoonflower - custom fabric

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By Michelle Bird

Artist Michelle Bird lives in Iceland and in Italy. Bird's paintings radiate a fusion of cultures and colors. "I paint fervently for long intervals," says the artist, "as if I were walking blindfolded through nature, feeling the color with my skin."

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I suggest ordering the smooth wallpaper with the Gaia Design, I ordered samples in both woven and smooth and this image is most stunning in smooth.

Humbled by nature. These are real places I have lived and visited from the peninsula of Borgarnes​ Iceland to the redwood rain forests in California. The original painting was painted in Piemont Italy using acrylic, gesso and gold leaf on linen. Hot lava pours into the sea, volcanic glass fragments mix with black sand beaches - as a young child Michelle Bird stood at the edge of strong cultural tides, inheriting her Chinese artist father's classical eye and her Western mother's courage with bold architectural form. Described as "tactile and erotic," abstract expressionist Bird's paintings radiate the fusion of cultures and colors. Michelle Bird came early to her love of color as she leaned barefoot into the ocean wind hunting for the last subtle green flash in her Hawaiian sunset. When her family moved to California she added the texture of old growth Redwood forests, San Francisco fogs, plump grape vines and desert silt. Her paintings reflect a wide palette of almost Baroque colors. "I paint fervently for long intervals," says the artist, "as if I were walking blindfolded through nature, feeling the color with my skin."

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