It’s quite a special occasion when the little one finally is old enough to receive her first axe. A birthday is already a special occasion, but the only thing that could make it even more special is an axe. A head-chopper, a log cutter, whatever you want to call it, it’s still an axe in the end. This art print of Baby Lizzie receiving her first axe can be bought in sizes 8×10 and 12×16.
Tag: original art
So, confession time: I never learned how to drive. I way older than a teenager and I just never wanted to drive. I love being a passenger and Uber rocks.
I do need an i.d. thought. Since I never have it out – it expired on my birthday LAST AUGUST so months later – oops I need it and it’s expired. So I go to the DMV and this woman was a total cow to me. I need my birth certificate and more i.d.
Okay fine. Then she has an issue with how my name went from my maiden name to my name today. We need to show how that change happened.
I was just standing there staring……. I never had to do this before.
I went home without an i.d. I am going back with both sets of divorce papers, my social security card, my birth certificate and some bills for that hooker and watch, someone really cool will be working and think I am a total nutcase for bringing all this i.d.
This is a 3×3-inch painting on a little canvas. Ready to hang and no framing necessary.
At the time of this writing, this piece was available in the eBay store. If you get there and it’s not there, it’s off living life with a happy collector.
The Cats of May is a series honoring great cats I’ve known and been owned by. Also the fantastic felines of friends who have been kind enough to tell me their stories and share photos of their great cats.
Today’s cat is STUMPY. Stumpy had an unfortunate encounter with a dog as a kitten and got his front left leg chewed up to the point the leg had to be removed. Along with losing a leg, Stumpy got adopted by my friend into his forever home. Having 3 legs didn’t slow him down one bit!
Size: 3.5 x 5.5 inches painted on a vintage postcard.
Price : SOLD!
If you’d like a cat painting of your own, just ask me about a commission.
This is a BBW in her purple protection suit with her oh so dainty red umbrella. I LOVE making ACEOs.
If you’re not familiar, 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.
About this Artwork
This is an ACEO 2.5 x 3.5 inches watercolor painting on heavy mat board.
Price : $20
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Shipping is always $3 inside the USA and normally runs about $9 for International art shipments. If you live outside the US, just contact me for a shipping quote. 🙂
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.
This is an ACEO of one of my favorite mythical creatures, a Fire Horse. It can also apply to certain people in the Chinese Zodiac. 😀
I love ACEO’s – if you’re curious – it’s basically a tiny, original artwork that is 2.5×3.5 inches. That’s the only rule is the size.
This is an original watercolor painting
Price is $10 plus free shipping (US)
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I think anyone that grew up in the Deep South will remember TBH (Texas Big Hair) and the saying, “The higher the hair, the closer to God.” hahahaha
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.
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