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Clown Lover

He loved his clown collection and to be honest it creeped most dates out but he stayed hopeful he would meet someone that loved clowns as much as he did.

He Knew Someday He Would Meet Someone That Loved Clowns 8×10 – The art of Jo Potocki (3amgallery.com)

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Lil Sprout with Fun Sponge the Clown and Mr. Schadenfreude ACEO

Fun Sponge doesn’t seem to have the green thumb that Mr. Schadenfreude does for growing spring flowers the clown way. Maybe someday.

This is a gouache painting painted directly on a mounted photo of clowns . The piece is mounted on heavy mat board and ready for framing.

Materials used:

charcoal, watercolor and ink on photo mounted on mat board

Contact me if you’re interested in buying this piece.lilsprout

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Fun Sponge the Clown and Mr. Schadenfreude #1 Clown Communication Invention

Fun Sponge and Mr Schadenfreude are using the old tin can and a string to communicate. I hope they have better luck than I did as a kid with that. Never worked for me.

Size: 7 H x 5 W x 0.3 in

5×7 gouache, ink and charcoal on image mounted on thick mat board.
white border left around the edges on the original for easy framing

Materials used:

gouache, ink and charcoal painted on image mounted on thick mat board
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Fun Sponge the Clown ACEO acrylic painting

Fun Sponge is not the most happy of clowns – in fact he’s a real downer. I’m not sure anyone would want him at their party – but you’d totally want him in your art collection!

This is a gouache painting painted directly on a mounted photo of clowns . The piece is mounted on heavy mat board and ready for framing.

Materials used:

charcoal, gouache watercolor and ink on photo mounted on mat board

Contact me if you’d like to purchase. vGDAFNQl

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I Come From a Long Line of Clowns

This came from a very funny discussion from a friend of mine. She recently got her DNA tested to see if there was anything interesting in her lineage. She’s adopted and knows nothing about her biological background, so she went on a curiosity adventure and said she didn’t discover anything outstanding.

I asked her what she was hoping for.

She replied that she wanted something to research or an ethnic biological heritage to call her own.

I have no idea why this popped into my head but I said, “Aren’t you glad you didn’t find out you had Clown DNA?”

SCREAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAMMMMMMMMM!!!!!

This piece is currently for sale at Ebay – make it yours!
long-line-of-clowns