This is an original painting on a vintage postcard. I used watercolors because I love how they kinda soak in and really saturate the postcards.
This piece is in the eBay store, if you get there and don’t see it – then it’s been sold. 🙂 Talk to me about a commission for a similar piece.
Title: 3rd eye cat
Comment – third eye cat knows where all the treats and toys are
This is an 8×10 watercolor painting on illustration board
Painted in watercolors
At the time of this writing, the piece was available in my eBay store – if you don’t find it there, it means the artwork is living in a happy home. If you’d like something similar, talk to me about a commission or find a
f . un, new piece of art here
BBW Purple Pin Up acrylic on wood painting – SOLD
BBW Angel with a Harp acrylic on wood – SOLD
BBW Ballerina acrylic painting on vintage postcard from early 1900s
BBW Purple Dresden Dancer acrylic painting on vintage postcard
BBWs remain one of my fave subjects to paint and I recently did a few!
This piece was made on a vintage postcard from the early 1900s using acrylic paints.
Size: 3.5 x 5.5 inches
Category Acrylic painting
Subject Still life
Materials vintage postcard from early 1900s
Dimensions 5.5 × 3.5 × 0.25 in (unframed) / 5.5 × 3.5 in (actual image size)
Framing This artwork is sold unframed
Someone sent this to me today.
Apparently I got a mention in Bustle for a piece I did a while back. They did a collection of Donald Trump inspired art pieces. The Donald done in menstrual blood is cracking me up big-time.
Check it out here : http://www.bustle.com/articles/113754-18-masterful-donald-trump-art-pieces-we-need-in-our-lives-more-than-the-donald-himself
Sour girl is a small lemon-headed girl wearing a red dress similar to one I had when I was around 5-ish. She’s a little character I paint frequently.
About this piece
Sour Girl is painted on a small board about 1/4-inch thick and 2.5 x 4.5 inches.
She’s painted with acrylics and sealed under varnish.
ACEO is an acronym for Art Cards Editions and Originals.
The size is always 2.5 x 3.5 inches.
What an artist uses for to create an original ACEO is up to the artist, which makes ACEOs a very unique and collectible type of art.
ACEOs are not Artist Trading Cards (ATCs) . ATCs are not sold and given away from artists to each other or collectors.
Often I like to do a smaller ACEO version of a larger piece I am planning. It’s a fun way to make a piece of collectible art as well as test out ideas.
If you’d like to see the
ACEOs I currently have for sale – fly on over to this part of the site.