Rainbow’s End

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Inspired by the iconic movie, The Wizard of Oz, Rainbow’s End is a metaphor for how our behaviour brings pandemics upon us. In Dorothy’s basket, the more Eagle eyed among you will spot the Pangolin she has rescued: Scientists believe that the illegal trading of Pangolins for their scales and meat, built the bridge that COVID-19 exploited to jump species into Humans. Between 2016-2019, an estimated 206.4 tonnes of pangolin scales were confiscated from 52 seizures. The Wildlife Justice Commission believes this is only a fraction of the total being trafficked, as it is likely that a significant proportion of smuggling passes undetected. In this painting, Dorothy’s intervention is too late, because she finds herself at the foot of a rainbow, where instead of a crock of gold, a virus pours down from the sky to join her on the yellow brick road. The painting fades from black and white into colour as a nod to the original movie, whilst also symbolising a new reality. Award winner in ‘Fine Art America’ contest, ‘Child Stars’. Featured in three galleries on the same site.


Canvas or Acrylic? 

Your painting can be printed onto high quality 100% cotton canvas, stretched over the finest genuine artists stretcher bars complete with stretching wedges ready for you to hang. 

If you prefer ultra-modern acrylic, your painting will be printed using a lavish 12 colour print process. The special photographic vinyl used is skilfully bonded to the reverse of a 10mm super glossy cast clear Perspex panel with flame polished edges.

Additional information


Acrylic, Canvas


16×12 (inches), 32×24 (inches)