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RAINBOW MOSHO

Rainbow Mosho is our first featured art bike artist. This vibrant 13-year Greek-Puerto Rican Tennessean celebrates her quality of life as an individual on the autism spectrum in various mediums. She’s a digital artist, published author, and entrepreneur whose exploration of life in middle Tennessee has just begun. Rainbow has created two art bikes, one featuring a romance between a Didgeridoo and Saxophone. While the other incorporates the colors, textures, and patterns Rainbow experiences while riding her own bike.

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DREAMS, NATURE, BIKES

Different backgrounds and textures inspired by nature in Middle Tennessee. The colors of Pluto and Kandinsky. The changes in bicycles, looks and usefulness areshared - old bike, modern bike, and a future hover bike (with respective roads and paths).My bike rides include these colors. My daily life includes these colors. The backgrounds reflectthe realities of our humanity - colorful and dark.

- Rainbow Mosho

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DIDGERIDOO & SAXOPHONE LOVE STORY

The didgeridoo from Australia came to Nashville. She used her powers to flyand reached Music City. She fell in love with the saxophone who also had magicalabilities to tell a story while playing gorgeous music.
Overtime they became best friends and shared their cultures. Soon one day, they fell in love -
without regard to different sounds made, different looks, or where they came from. They are perfectjust the way they are.

All relationships must start with respect. I included the word for respect in one of the many aboriginal languagesin Australia. Languages fascinate me. I included the word music in different languages.

- Rainbow Mosho

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