#1220 Theme and Variations. Mixed media on wood. 17″. $230
I just posted “Theme and Variations” on Society6.com this morning. You can now get this on quite a variety of items. I personally like it on the tote bag, though its shape is perfect for the clock and stools that they do.
Last month I put up variations on the “One Side” artwork in different languages. This Link should hopefully take you there, otherwise go to society6.com and search for ‘One Side’. It comes up among other unrelated images. If you like it but want it in your language, let me know. If you’re a fluent speaker on some of the non-English versions and I haven’t done a good job of the translation – let me know, I can fix it!
Let me know if you’re thinking about ordering anything from my Society6.com store – I frequently get discounts sent to me and would be happy to pass them along to you.
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.
“So, I’m different. So?”
“Neighborhood watch”, the inspiration for this came from my chalk painting ‘The artist as part of the environment
I now have quite a few products available on Society6.com – and until May 19th, I have a free-shipping promo link. Just in case you wanted to get a tshirt or something. They have loads of stuff – clocks, towels, iphone covers, shower curtains, in addition to lots of options on reproductions for the wall.
My other half is, like me, clumsy. We buy glasses etc at Goodwill because then we never get upset when, inevitably, they are broken. I like it that we are both clumsy because neither can give the other a hard time about it. The other day I saw that one of his newer polo shirts had been used during a bleaching phase in the laundry and had two huge and several smaller bleached areas. OK, so I should’ve taken a before pic but you can figure out which were the accidental areas as he leaned against the washer then took off the shirt and let the front accident soak through to the back. I figured at this point there was nothing to lose from making a piece of art from it.