cactus (prickly dunk)
Stonehenge (forgotten passtime)
cactus (prickly dunk)Just as it sounds, this acrylic painting depicts some dunks growing as a thorny plant. It was painted as a companion piece for the fruited bonsai painting below.
dunk bonsaiThis piece was painted to represent the motto of Stephanie's former employer (department). I think it was successful in doing so, and since I am not going to post said motto, everyone can take my word for it.
dunk (oreo)"Dunk" was my first shoe painting puting a literal twist on the name. "What things get dunked?" I asked myself. Oreos were clearly the answer. This is the final (so far) painting with a custom painted frame accenting the main piece.
Racer WRacer W is the second literal twist on a name. This Waffle Racer was painted for an event and contains themes that fit the event sponsor and location. Money was exchanged for final posession of this piece. Did I mention that in my infinite wisdom I failed to take even a mediocre photo of it finished? There is a photo of it at the event that may or may not make an appearance here.
Stonehenge (forgotten passtime)Inspired by a video gamer's collection, this combination of game consoles and an ancient landmark was a fun flight of fancy. These are three 11x14 acrylic paintings are framed as one.
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