Mixed media / March 2022

My newest digital art piece, titled Aurora, to mean Dawn, because today was dawning as I was creating.

~ by Oloriel on March 6, 2022.

23 Responses to “Aurora”

  1. Looks so cool.

  2. πŸ’– it


  3. Gorgeous.

  4. Beautiful art πŸ₯°

  5. Beautiful piece!

  6. Masterpiece. I see Venus, a pioneering astronaut, and the ultimate solar matriarch. So well done! x

    • p.s. I especially like what looks like little white stars floating about, or, tiny bubbles of Pinot Grigio bubbles floating in a wine glass. 😁

      • I shall never have an artwork with no grunge, that just isn’t me! πŸ˜€ also putting it here: did try to reach out to your artist friend, but he never wrote back :/ Just wanted to let you know, cause I said I will reach out; so you don’t think I did not or do not appreciate your suggestions for the artists!

      • I feel ya on the grunge! (And it’s totally fine about my friend, Mark. He’s very much like me in the way that he has quiet moments and you never know when those moments may be. πŸ˜‰ I tend to fall off the earth from time to time (you know how it goes!) but couldn’t resist the offer to be published in Suburban Witchcraft and can’t even tell you how much I appreciate your hard work, O. Simply put, you’re awesome. x

      • I know what you mean about falling off, and it is most often not even about not wanting to stay on, but more so about day to day stuff giving enormous lethargy. Magazine was a fulfilling experience to do, and thank you so much again for letting me feature you ❀

      • Hey, it’s a total honour, and again, I’m so blown away by how flawless and professional S.W. came out. It seemed like everything was perfectly placed and flowed seamlessly from beginning to end.

    • Thank you ❀ ❀ Your insight and interpretation and just plain ol' willingness to take a look means so much to me! As always, I had no intentions of crafting the Dawn with a space halo, but sometimes these things create themselves πŸ˜€

  7. GORGEOUS!!!!

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