Rainbow Maker's World

Making Natural Rainbow Events For Fund Raising and Publicity

Rainbows To Better The Human Condition

The Rainbow Maker

I am Fred Stern, an artist who makes natural rainbows in the sky. I work with local fire departments to pump water into the air to create an artificial rainfall which refracts the sun's light to form rainbows as large as 2000 feet across.

Camp Quality rainbow

 

Camp Quality Rainbow

Camp Quality is a camp for children with cancer. I created a large scale natural rainbow that the campers walked through to discover what is at the at the end of the rainbow.

What Does the Rainbow Maker Do?

I am committed to creating rainbows to make our world a better place and will travel anywhere in the world for the right cause. To date I have made over 50 rainbows around the world.

Why Work With The Rainbow Maker?

A natural rainbow in support of a fund raiser for health issues, or to promote an environmental cause or political event is so unique that it always has large attendance and receives major media coverage.

Who the Rainbow Maker Worked With?

Some of the organizations and events I have worked with include the American Cancer Society Relay for Life Events setting fund raising records, The Make a Wish Foundation, Camp Sundown, The Alzheimer's Association, The U.N. Earth Summit in Rio de Janeiro, The Portland Blues Festival, The Potsdam Eutopia Festival, The Stockholm Water Festival, The Hague Appeal for Peace, A Peace Conference in Israel and Gaza, and the Colorado River Tribes protesting the placement of a nuclear dump site on sacred land.

I have also worked with Commercial Organizations and Public Relations Firms to help fund the work I do for nonprofits and NGOs.

How To Establish a Rainbow Event?

After you read the Creating Events Page, Feel free to send me an E-mail at Rainbow Maker to tell me about your organization and event.

Rainbow Over the U.N. Building

Rainbow Over the U.N. Building

In 1995 in conjunction with National Japanese Television, I created a rainbow over the United Nations building as a visual metaphor for world peace using a New York City fire boat.

I see the rainbow as our planet's true flag. In placing a rainbow over the U.N. building I raised the planet's flag above the flags of all nations symbolizing world peace coming before national allegiance

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