My Green Leaf Gown
by Gaia Wildmane
Gaia's artwork is shown here to allow you to view and appreciate her work. Please do not steal it for use on other web sites, flyers, business cards, or other places. If you wish to use Gaia's artwork in such ways, see "About the Artist" below for information on how to contact Gaia's to obtain permission.
About this Artwork
Gaia Wildmane has this to say about this artwork:
This is my wedding gown. The photographer had an autowind camera and took photos while I spun in place. I selected a few and drew this in colored pencil.
About the Artist
This beautiful artwork was created by Lee
Seaver-Lacey. She spent her formative years never knowing what
state she was in that week, so she spent most of her time in
her imagination. Her natural habitat is woodland and river banks.
Her alter ego, Gaia Wildmane, is a lot more attached to reality
than she used to be, although she still talks to herself and
gestures while walking. Gaia plays in Medieval re-enactment groups
and explores Middle Eastern dance.
Influenced by the really old-fashioned fairy tales and her
conversations with trees, fascinated with archetypes, forces
of nature, and dancing naked by moonlight, Lee/Gaia often lets
her art flow where it will and figures out what it means later.
She almost plays a variety of instruments, and plans to learn
to almost play the bagpipes someday.
Her poem, Secret Sisters,
also appears on this web site.
If you'd like to contact her for more information about her
artwork, here's how to reach her:
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