A little bit of fun.

I had bought some tshirts for a summer camp class last year that didn’t run, so I had a clump of white tshirts.  I decided to have a little fun with them over the last couple days.  Not that I need any more tshirts….  Let me know if you are interested.  All these are an adult medium, but I can recreate them in a different size. $20+tx/sh.

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“So, I’m different. So?”

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“Neighborhood watch”, the inspiration for this came from my chalk painting ‘The artist as part of the environment

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The detail on Neighborhood watch

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“Disappearing butterflies”

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“Always dance in the rain.”

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“Circles and splashes”. Front of tshirt

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“Circles and splashes” tshirt back of tshirt.

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Newer Work #61

Lots of people like the butterfly shapes, though it is one of the harder ones to create – both from the cutting point of view and the assembling point of view.  Red Admirals are butterflies that I remember from my childhood in Wales – though I have never seen one in the US.

Refractured watercolor painting

#1241 Red Admiral Morning. Refractured watercolor on foamcore, 11×14″ in mat to 16×20″. $195.

Newer work #46

Mixed media painting

#1225 Fluttering Clouds. Mixed media on pine panel, 17″ diameter. $300.

This is one that especially deserves to have the ‘in place’ shot posted.  By design you really have to look twice to see those butterflies.  I wanted to create a painting where the shape of the refractured watercolor part is more hidden than obvious, and I feel I’ve succeeded here.  The color is also more accurate (at least on my screen) on the in-place shot.

 

 

 

 

Mixed media painting

Fluttering clouds hung in place – the butterflies are now more apparent because of the texture.

Newer work #31

Mixed media painting.

#1200 “Flitting”. Mixed media on panel, 18×36″. $800.

It took several tries before I settled on the ‘background’ for this one.  Yup, the background goes on last.  It is only my second ‘butterfly’ piece, but there will be more.  This has a poem written for the painting and painted into it amidst the butterflies:

Flitting

We flit
through the world
like clouds
thinking our lives
are of substance