Are We What We Create?

Rose J. Fairchild

Good morning, Spriggans, Sprites, and creatures of light! My son wanted to paint this morning, so I created a base for a painting I’ll be working on as I can. The horse was inspired by the ones depicted in Holly Black’s “Folk of the Air” series.

How I love that series…

Anywho, it got me thinking about the art I usually create. They tend to go one of two ways…either there is some sort of joyous freedom or escape as above, or there’s teeth, claws, and spikes everywhere (or even better, some combination of the two!). Both are huge pieces of me…but more like things I always longed for as a kid.

In the past I wished for freedom, so I created it in pictures, poems and stories. And I also often wished I had magic, fangs, and claws…of a sort anyway, and that has forever been evident in my…

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