- Dark Brown
Rainbow Mosho is a 14yr old artist/author on the autism spectrum.
Rainbow has published (written, co written and illustrated) 5 books in 23 months.
She recently launched her art on bikes - commissioned by Nashville BCycle - program with Nashville Public Library
Rainbow is a Dreamer - member of NFTY Dreams DAO
DaVinci Grant winner - Kids Voices Gran Chaco project
Her art has been exhibited in Dubai, Beijing, NYC, LA, Miami, Tennessee.
In Spatial her art can be found in the Women in Tech Museum and Exhibition Mujer Latina.
Winner of #NFTsforgood Grant - hosted by Flower Girls NFT project (trip to Outer Edge LA)
Model – Fashion Show for WIN by Tal Navarro and Nik Kalyani
Speaker at NFTNYC 2023 (April 13)
Donated art to various causes - USA, Ukraine, Thailand
My unique perspective on the world and my experiences as an individual on the autism spectrum are reflected in my work, making my art and literature truly one-of-a-kind and beyond valuable. It will be exciting to see what I accomplish in the future, as I continue to make my mark on the world.
I now have a good quality of life, considering that I stopped talking at 30 months and had major behavior crises. I am now a very animated speaker and can speak non-stop. One of my favorite pieces from my first book in 2020 is the “Tree of Life,” which represents “every color, shape, and emotion that keeps me real and makes me a very special person.”
My mom reminds me that every small step we take helps build the escalator to success. It can be challenging and frustrating at times, but it is worth it when, for example, my partner Linc-d shares that they want to use my art on a beauty product. As cliche as it may sound, things happen when they are meant to be, and that is why we must keep working hard – which we do!
The amazing individuals who choose to purchase my books, art, NFTs, and merch support my goal of breaking barriers and reducing gatekeeping in the art and literary world.
Find more about Rainbow here: linktr.ee/rainbowmosho
All social media: @rainbowmosho
Link to Amazon -
Interview with Dennis Ferrier - Fox 17
Interview with Canvas Rebel
Coloring pages - Rogue Girls Rule
Rainbow will participate in a Children's Business Fair in Spring HIll on April 1.
She does volunteer work with Monroe Harding and the Adventure Science Center.
She will have a book reading - at Spring Hill Library - on June 24 and at Hendersonville Library on July 17.