COMING SOON – ART, BANDANAS, T-SHIRTS FOR SALE IN THE SHOP!
I created a beyond unique alphabet where I combined two elements that began with the same letter. For example, broccoli bear and queen quail are big hits. My favorite is Rainbow Rabbit = ME!
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READ HER ARTIST STATEMENT here
Thomais in a documentary!!!
“Proud mom moment” – Thomais congratulates 2 of her dance teachers Dwayne Scheuneman and Marion Baldeon Kampert, at the amazing Tampa Bay Premiere of the documentary film “Life After Life” at The University of Tampa!
Three grandmas were part of a dance outreach program in Tampa at their residence The Ella at Encore, and they ended up agreeing to create and perform a dance in 1 week. They bring their life into their choreography, and 2 of Thomais’s REVolutions Dance teachers helped to show these women how to get there — Dwayne and Marion.
Thomais and 2 other kids from dance class, as of 5 years ago, had a short part in the documentary to show some background of Dwayne and Marion teaching their all-ability kids class.
- Art exhibited at Tennessee Department of Intellectual and Developmental Disabilities – thru Borderless Arts Tennessee
- Dream and Love are in the creative stage — and will be exhibited as well!
- Photo exhibited at Vanderbilt Kennedy Center/One Magnolia Circle Building [Lobby]
** JUNE 24-29 – Greatest experience ever!! 5 days of filming with a production company from L.A. — Soon more details on network to show this unique program!
** GREATEST EXAMPLE OF INCLUSION – JUNE 29 @BEALE ST ART CRAWL IN MEMPHIS
GERMANTOWN ART CRAWL IN NASHVILLE
She did it… Rainbow Mosho brought her art, placed it on the walls, shared her business cards, talked about her art and the story behind every creation. It was incredible to see her owning the experience and wanting to be a part of the process.
Support from the community and loved ones made it way easier than we thought… Greatest highlight — Abinaya her friend and family arrived as a mighty surprise and were shocked to find out she was the muse for one of her paintings. The Indian Girl was created after watching Abi dance her beautiful Hindu dance… and Thomais had to create what she saw and what remained in her brain.
This was her sale of the night. Unexpected. Thrilling. Empowering. An artist building a powerful bond with a muse. Learning this at 11yrs old is timeless and priceless.
Other highlights – sharing her dad’s art and logo created!