I have updated some very old coloring page image files and posted them here in the products section for FREE! The originals were hand drawn the old fashioned way, so there will be minor variations in the pixels when zoomed in very large. To download them, click on the image, and then right click and save the large image that pops up. Print them and color, patternize, and embellish to your creativity’s content! If you print copies to share, please keep the copyright and url info on the prints. Enjoy!
High quality prints of all my best art can now be ordered through Imagekind. This print service will show you previews of how art might look on your wall, and you can even create prints on canvas if you prefer that to a frame. If you need a fairy or a watercolor moon to decorate a room with, check out my ImageKind shop at http://www.imagekind.com/artists/SonyaIreland/
This is something I made in response to recent events (Orlando Pulse nightclub shooting, 2016), and especially because I consider myself a spiritual person, I wanted to share the most beautiful aspect of my faith I could think of. Everyone of faith has opinions, but some of them have been used as judgmental and hurtful weapons aimed at hurting people who have been victims of violent attacks due to their religious, ethnic, or sexual orientation. I have to make a stand against the groups and institutions who are hurting the broken even further through judgement and condemnation, partly because I need to apologize for the actions of some who claim my faith, and partly because the love that is central to my faith is supposed to bring healing and life. I created this for those who think like me to share (clicking on the image will lead to the full size image). Share, show love, be light. Peace to all.
©2016 Sonya Ireland. (There is no need to credit me, just don’t take credit for someone else’s gift.)
Back in 2006 I had the opportunity to create a watercolor painting tutorial for EMG-Zine.com …an e-zine dedicated to fantasy art. As a nod to Ellen Million Graphics for graciously accepting my tutorial on their site, and for those who would like to see how I created one of my paintings, click the pretty unicorn to go see my tutorial: