Raebird Creations--hand painted silk scarves

Collection by Saraiya Ruano

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Saraiya Ruano
Landscape paintings are more than depictions of pleasant scenery. They are reflections of the artist's inner landscape. They convey emotion.   I love a breeze through boughs and leaves, and illustrating this movement with sweeping, spiraling lines. Those lines are the feel of wind across my skin. The curve of grass, like the curve of my own hair. What happens out there, to that land, happens to me, is outside of me and inside of me all at once.  Desert Canyon After Rain, 18x24 Silk painting Painted Silk, Hand Painted, Spiral Line, Silk Painting, Silk Scarves, Landscape Paintings, Breeze, Grass, Scenery

Landscape paintings are more than depictions of pleasant scenery. They are reflections of the artist's inner landscape. They convey emotion. I love a breeze through boughs and leaves, and illustrating this movement with sweeping, spiraling lines. Those lines are the feel of wind across my skin. The curve of grass, like the curve of my own hair. What happens out there, to that land, happens to me, is outside of me and inside of me all at once. Desert Canyon After Rain, 18x24 Silk painting

Silk painters use dye and resist to create colorful images. Similar to batik, the resist used in silk painting keeps colors from bleeding into each other and creates crisp lines. The artist first. Green Trees, Silk Painting, Silk Scarves, Painted Silk, Hand Painted, Indigo, Manhattan Kansas, Flint Hills, Kimono Top

Landscape Series, Number 2: Tallgrass Prairie This scarf illustrates tallgrass prairie in the Flint Hills of eastern Kansas. In early spring, false indigo blooms purple, grasshopper sparrows sing in barely audible insect-like voices, and rainfall replenishes the watersheds where ribbons of green trees follow the drainages between gently rolling slopes. Inspired by a May trip to Konza Biological Preserve near Manhattan, Kansas.

Light and feathery chiffon silk scarf. By raebirdcreations.com Painted Silk, Hand Painted, Silk Painting, Silk Scarves, Chiffon, Silk, Silk Fabric

Light and feathery chiffon silk scarf. By raebirdcreations.com

Landscape Series, Number 2: Tallgrass Prairie  This scarf illustrates tallgrass prairie in the Flint Hills of eastern Kansas. In early spring, false indigo blooms purple, grasshopper sparrows sing in barely audible insect-like voices, and rainfall replenishes the watersheds where ribbons of green trees follow the drainages between gently rolling slopes.  Inspired by a May trip to Konza Biological Preserve near Manhattan, Kansas. Painted Silk, Hand Painted, Manhattan Kansas, Flint Hills, Sparrows, Number 2, Green Trees, Early Spring, Silk Scarves

Landscape Series, Number 2: Tallgrass Prairie This scarf illustrates tallgrass prairie in the Flint Hills of eastern Kansas. In early spring, false indigo blooms purple, grasshopper sparrows sing in barely audible insect-like voices, and rainfall replenishes the watersheds where ribbons of green trees follow the drainages between gently rolling slopes. Inspired by a May trip to Konza Biological Preserve near Manhattan, Kansas.

Sea Turtle Splash, inch Habotai silk, hand-painted using the serti / resist method. Find more scarves on Etsy! Painted Silk, Hand Painted, Turtle Swimming, Silk Scarves, Shades Of Blue, Handmade Items, Sea, Painting, Etsy

Sea Turtle Splash

8x54 inch Habotai silk scarf, hand-painted using the serti / resist method. Sea turtles swim among various shades of blue.

Hibiscus 14x18 inches Silk painting by Saraiya Kanning Raebirdcreations.com  The yellow hibiscus is Hawaii's state flower. The brilliants petals are bursts of splendid sun.  The newest addition to my yard inspired this painting. The plant suffered from a thrips (insect) infestation but is now back in business blooming. This painting commemorates a joyful survivor. Painted Silk, Hand Painted, Yellow Hibiscus, Silk Painting, Silk Scarves, Joyful, Pikachu, Bloom, Yard

Hibiscus 14x18 inches Silk painting by Saraiya Kanning Raebirdcreations.com The yellow hibiscus is Hawaii's state flower. The brilliants petals are bursts of splendid sun. The newest addition to my yard inspired this painting. The plant suffered from a thrips (insect) infestation but is now back in business blooming. This painting commemorates a joyful survivor.

8x54 agave plant design. Habotai silk scarf hand-painted by Raebirdcreations.com. Find more silk scarves for purchase at raebirdcreations.com Painted Silk, Hand Painted, Agave Plant, Plant Design, Silk Painting, Silk Scarves, Art, Art Background, Kunst

8x54 agave plant design. Habotai silk scarf hand-painted by Raebirdcreations.com. Find more silk scarves for purchase at raebirdcreations.com

9x12 in silk painting adhered to canvas, "Mosaic Morning Sky" There's a saguaro outside our apartment that leans. It has one stubby little arm. Raebirdcreations.com Painted Silk, Hand Painted, Morning Sky, Silk Painting, Silk Scarves, The Outsiders, Mosaic, Arms, Canvas

9x12 in silk painting adhered to canvas, "Mosaic Morning Sky" There's a saguaro outside our apartment that leans. It has one stubby little arm. Raebirdcreations.com

Why do I paint?  To remember, reflect, celebrate.  To observe--and listen--to the world outside and within me. To wake up from the trance of daily life. Raebirdcreations.com Painted Silk, Hand Painted, Silk Painting, Trance, Silk Scarves, The Outsiders, Life, Art, Art Background

Why do I paint? To remember, reflect, celebrate. To observe--and listen--to the world outside and within me. To wake up from the trance of daily life. Raebirdcreations.com