Shop for artwork based on themed collections. Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, phone case, tapestry, blankets, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
Each image may be purchased as a canvas print, framed print, phone case, tapestry, blankets, and more! Every purchase comes with a 30-day money-back guarantee.
That Which You Believe Becomes Your World by Ashley Wright
Eevee's Sky by Ashley Wright
What Dreams May Come by Ashley Wright
Daniela's Sunrise by Ashley Wright
That Which You Believe Fragment by Ashley Wright
Your World Moon Fragment by Ashley Wright
Below Jupiter's Storm by Ashley Wright
Mountains of Mars by Ashley Wright
Jigglypuff's Winter Wonderland by Ashley Wright
Mirage Fragment by Ashley Wright
Coming Home by Ashley Wright
Daniela's Sunrise Fragment by Ashley Wright
Lights on, Nobody Home by Ashley Wright
Jigglypuff Fragment by Ashley Wright
Your World Mountain Fragment by Ashley Wright
Enter the Matrix by Ashley Wright
Perceived Reality Fragment by Ashley Wright
The Final Climb - Fragment by Ashley Wright
Lavender Fields Forever by Ashley Wright
In the Shadows of Neptune by Ashley Wright
Find You Horizon - Fragment by Ashley Wright
Find Your Horizon by Ashley Wright
The Final Climb by Ashley Wright
Your World Fragment by Ashley Wright
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Inspired by the world within me and around me...
The passion I have for the arts has been present ever since my childhood and has expanded across multiple mediums. It started with illustrating and then quickly expanded into choir, band, orchestra, and theater. I decided to take a painting class in the final year of my BA in Music at the University of Redlands and I haven't stopped painting since then.
Being tucked away in the Inland Empire I am surrounded by the beautiful San Bernardino National Forest. These forests have played a huge part in my life and continue to inspire my art. When I am not painting a recognizable mountain range I like to dip into other natural landscapes and even pop culture.
My mental health is an important part of my life and directly impacts and represents my art. Throughout my life, I have struggled with Dissociation, Derealization, and Maladaptive Daydreaming. These coping mechanisms helped saved my life and keep me here but living with them can feel like you constantly have one foot in reality and one foot out. These concepts influence my art through variance in vibrancy, perception, style, and texture.