This is a painting about the 4 hours of my life I spent on the phone with my bank trying to correct a stupid mistake they made.
This piece is READY TO HANG!
Piece measures8x10 inch on a .5 inch thick woodblock
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I have not decided if I am making a print of this piece or not. I need to get a really good scan of it. But it was a piece I enjoyed painting and I’m not nearly as pissed off at my bank as I was. Whenever I deposit a paper check directly for some reason they do not add it to my account THEY DEDUCT IT. I went to mobile banking only and it hasn’t been a problem again. I’m already my own grocery store cashier now I am my own bank employee, and I do a great job for myself.
It’s incredible how much you can miss by staring at your phone so often. Maybe you HAVE missed pigs flying and you’ll never know the answer. The more you stare at your phone, the less you’re enjoying your day. You can get this phone related art print in sizes 8×10 and 12×16.
On February 10th, 1914, this woman had thought up every great idea she would ever conceive in the same moment. She was far ahead of everyone else at her time in her thinking and her technology, owning many devices no one else had ever even seen before. This fine art print of this knowledgable woman can be purchased in sizes 8×10 and 12×16.
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.
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.