Buddha rock painting now available on Etsy, along with other painted flat rock slates!
He’s hungry and his napkin/bib turned out to have eggsies on it.
These guys are makin’ some mischief.
Through my 21 years of existence on planet Earth, I think it’s safe to say that just about anything can be turned into “art”. Sure, we have established “art” areas (such as “illustration” and “painting”), then we’ve got the “fine arts” (which can be an installation of just about anything,Â so long as it’s backed by a deeper meaning) — but what about the art of something ordinary– say, cake making?
Latest adventures with traditional media: acrylic paint in sketchbook! I’m pleased to say that the pages hardly warp and the paint doesn’t soak through. Post your comments– honest opinions about what you like or don’t like, all that jazz!
I tackled two T-shirts with acrylic paint today. Take that, bland shirts!
Yes, I do commissions 🙂
Happy (belated) to one Caroline of Boston!
I decided to chop up a strangely-cut piece of illustration board into a buncha little tiny pieces and then paint gouache caricatures on them.