Who wouldn’t love to have a squad of the best ladies in the universe? This fine art print of a watercolor painting of a group of lady friends is available in two sizes: 8×10 and 12×16 inches. The museum-quality posters are made on thick and durable matte paper. They a wonderful accent to your room and office with these posters that are sure to brighten any environment or make a fun gift.
Want to add a conversation starter to your wall? You can’t miss with this print of gossiping teen girls.
This fine art print is available in both 8×10 inches and 12×16 inches and arrives unframed printed on museum-quality matte print paper. It makes a fun addition to any decor and the color palette compliments both warm and cool colors. It would look sharp in a plain black frame to coordinate with the black ink used or a slick wooden frame to pick up the brown tones in the painting.
If you have any questions, just ask!
Time has become quite the commodity. I’ve been experimenting the past year with various outlets to sell art and decided to have just two main avenues. (Obviously you can always contact me directly if you want talk commission or something.)
– will be sold on Ebay
Fine Art Prints
along with prints, greeting cards and pretty much anything you can put an image on will be available at Fine Art America. I dismantled the store on my site – it was just too much to keep up with – plus collectors know Ebay, they know Fine Art America – and are much more familiar with those big name venues – they don’t know me, don’t trust doing biz in a place they don’t know. So, I think I found a happy medium that works for art buyers and me. 🙂
[UPDATE] 2020 – I built my own site and set up a relationship with my own fine art print maker. I had some less than stellar experiences with Fine Art America had to bid them adieu. I still sell my original work on eBay and that isn’t changing for the foreseeable future.
Ebay has been steady selling and I only just started selling prints at Fine Art America. At the time of this writing I have 25 different prints up, over the next week I should have closer to 125 different prints to choose from! Plus you can add a mat and frame.
I’ve sold some and the feedback has been great!
I need coffee. I’ll post more later.
Just listed in the eBay store : https://www.ebay.com/itm/273709998608
Comment: Tsutomu Miyazaki was a real-life monster with a
genetic condition affecting his hands. He used those hands
in some pretty awful crimes.
This painting is on 9×12 watercolor paper
- Original painting
- Painted on illustration board
- Piece measures 9″ x 12″.
Materials used: watercolor
Created on 6 x 4.5-inch hand torn watercolor paper
This artwork will be shipped to you flat
This artwork is unframed.
Inspiration: That feeling when someone continues to be stupid
and you can’t say anything or the situation will get even more stupid