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.
I love oil paintings. I hate the time it takes them to dry so I can varnish them, but I love oil paintings!
I wanted to do a painting of a lady and her pet bird and her pet fish. Then I couldn’t decide which way I wanted her legs to be so I gave her 3 legs. Worked out great.
She’s on an 8×10 heavy board and I still haven’t decided if I am going to frame her or not…. leaning towards “yes” currently.
She will be available for sale after December 13th
A really depressing statistic shows 1 in 5 women will experience rape in her lifetime. That’s unacceptable. Not matter what I am wearing (not wearing), I am still not asking for it.
This piece is acrylics, gouache, ink, and watercolors painted directly on a vintage photo. I like to call them “improved photos.” This vintage photo is from around 1920 and is mounted in a few layers of chipboard and heavy card stock. It came to me like this so I am unsure of when the mounting of the photo took place.
This piece is available for purchase here.
She has baby heads. She has a stock pile of blue eyes and now she’s gonna be makin’ some blue eyed babies. Even though it is raining. Her honey bee bowl holds plenty.
I believe every artwork tells a story and Here is the story behind this piece.
I am endlessly fascinated by blue eyes.
Size: 7 H x 5 W x 0.3 in
gouache, ink and charcoal on image mounted on thick mat board.
I had a friend tell me about this insane weekend he spent in TJ (Tijuana, Mexico) looking for the donkey girl.He and his buddy weren’t sure if they really wanted to see the show, they just wanted to take a photo with a TJ Donkey Lady. Anyway they kept paying people money that promised them this place or that place was where she was, never panned out. So I painted one so now there is a photo of the Donkey Girl of Tijuana. 🙂
This artwork will sell fast, make it yours now if you want it – it won’t last.
Here’s the story that inspired this piece :
I was watching this amazing argument on Facebook with two people arguing over which of them heard Techno music first.
I beg to differ, everyone knows it was this woman, first day of techno – she was there!
I was talking with a friend of mine and she’s a BBW and she was lamenting all the horror movies, the demons are always skinny and lanky – and I thought about it, she was right.
I couldn’t think of one single sassy, BBW demon.
So I made one – this one is super sassy, rockin’ a little red demon outfit and she has a bewitching new pitchfork , you know for poking. 😉
This started as a blob of pink paint on a piece of watercolor paper. I found it after it dried. So i drew a circle around it, then I decided it was a pink pearl that a little fishy was holding in his fish teeth.
And then I thought, wouldn’t it be great if the pearl belonged to his best friend, a mermaid?
I love painting mermaids, especially drawing the scales on the tail – that is super fun to me (yeah I know, I’m weird).
I think it was also inspired because the fish tank on the second floor leaked and my side of the bed (of course) is wet – I think I”ll have to camp out on the couch in the living room tonight until it’s dry.
This will make a great addition to your collection of our art – bid now!
Size : 6-inches by 9-inches
Ink, watercolor on 140lb cold pressed paper.
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
the story of what inspired this piece will be sent with your artwork
Shown larger than the actual piece for detail.