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I Bring the Party

I bring the party. I think everyone should. It’s much better to be around people that want to celebrate the lives they have rather than moaning about the lives they don’t have.
This is a vintage photo mounted on vintage book papers from a 1950’s sex guide (a really short book! seriously it’s like 50 pages) and mounted it on a 3×5 canvas.
i-bring-the-party

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She Never Minded He Looked Like an Elephant

True love sees past all our dents and dings as humans. We see the inner person we love not what’s on the outside.
I am lucky to have found that in this life and so did the two people in this improved photo. She never minded he looked like an elephant, sprayed water all over the bathroom with  his truck on Saturday night bath night and left peanut shells in the bed, she loved who he was and found all that stuff totally endearing. #marriage

elephant man

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Stalker Moon

We were watching the movie “Arthur” and there’s this bit where the love interest of Arthur tells him when she was a little girl, she believed the moon followed her and it meant she was going to be something special.
It got me thinking – what if it wasn’t an optical illusion, what if the moon really was following you?
How creepy would that be?

Size : 6.5-inches by 4.25-inches
Ink, watercolor on antique photo from early 1900s

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Red Ribbon Guy


I wanted to do something different with this guy.
He had the usual hair and the usual suit and the usual expression you see over and over and over in vintage photos (yes i know why people rarely smiled in these old photos ).
And so I wanted to make him special, unique even.
Everyone deserves that.
So i started with some amazing blonde hair then it needed something…. a hat? No…. a RIBBON.
And here you have Stanley with his amazing hair with this amazing ribbon.
He will be the envy of all your other art on your walls.

Size : 6.5-inches by 4.25-inches
Ink, watercolor on antique photo from early 1900s

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#specialpeople            
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Zombie School Boy

There was something about this kid.
Maybe it was his sleepy, know-it-all eyes or maybe it was the fact I just really was fired up to paint a zombie today but this kid just screamed ZOMBIFY ME!
And everyone knows I always do what people ask (my partner just stroked when I typed that)
And so, I give you “Zombie School Boy”.

Size : 2.25-inches by 3.25-inches
Ink, watercolor on antique photo from the 1954

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