I am really proud of the website we put up for the book, and we have the digital version available for download as well as mobile wallpapers!! What price you ask? Whatever you want to pay (even free)!! Check it out!!
I illustrated and wrote this book while we were sailing up the Straits of Juan de Fuca. It’s been called “a beautiful, bio-regional story”. Check it out, because I am honestly proud of it, and want to share it with everyone :)
A visually beautiful, imaginative and cute story about feelings and finding ones place in the world. A bio-regional adventure that showcases the wonders of the Pacific Northwest through mythology, and still hits close to home, no matter the age.
The forests have endless suprises for me. Sparkling glittering white hot streams that look like a river of diamonds. But it is just calcium. I’ll never understand why people need to have the supernatural in their life to have meaning, to have wonder, to have relevance or discovery or secrets or anything important. This world is filled with beauty, and it is incredible.
We stand and marvel in silence and geologic marvels and ancient treasures, at symbiosis and evolution. Just stop long enough to see it.
This photo tells a story of beauty marred. Old trees killed and the soil washed away, and with it, the beauty that used to live in the forest. The dark line of the clouds’ shadow that hangs over the clear cuts trees sets the tone for this graveyard of flora. Yet high above, a pristine, almost celestial, mountain top stands, seemingly untouched.
Heaven and Hell.
Nature! Keep out!
A great visual of freedom just beyond the bounds of captivity. It reminds me of what a lot of people say to us about our lifestyle. They wish they could get out in nature, and do the things we do, just have some peace. But they can’t because of all the things that keep them trapped. Bills, job, family. The reasons they need to get away. So they look through the gate.
Lightning Fish - Kindle edition by Ariel Shultz. Download it once and read it on your Kindle device, PC, phones or tablets. Use features like bookmarks, note taking and highlighting while reading Lightning Fish.
The Kindle version is now published! Print ones are not out yet, but if you weren’t able to participate in the Kickstarter, or wanted another copy, or maybe just hadn’t even heard about the amazing bio-regional story I wrote and illustrated while we were sailing, check it out, because it turned out, incredible. I have heard back from the Kickstarter supporters, and nothing but fantastic reviews!