I wish my pen had a dot counter.
Since I’ll be at Artlando tomorrow, this week’s sale comes in a little early. You can get Nosferatu for $14 in the next two days, then it’s back to $20. Go -> here <-to get it.
And make sure to come by Artlando tomorrow! The original Nosferatu painting will have its first public showing at the Orlando Museum of Art, which will have free access.
If you every dreamed of Oberyn Martell caressing your bare skin, now’s your chance. I’m switching over to TeePublic, which means every time I put up a new shirt, it will be on sale for $14 for two days, then back to $20 (which is still cheaper than Red Bubble). Click the image to get it.
T-shirts and prints available at Red Bubble.
Growing up during the Reagan-era side of the Cold War, I was terrified of the thought that two quarrelling men held so much power in their hands that they could cancel everyone’s future. This painting was a reflection on that feeling.
Prints and T-shirts available at Red Bubble.
My fourth painting and first foray into realism, Nosferatu on a Tricycle was started in 2010 and set aside to complete some time-sensitive pieces. One thing led to another and it hung on my wall for a few years, unfinished. A series of unfortunate events meant that I had to leave the art world for a while, and I chose finishing Nosferatu as my returning piece in 2013.