The ‘Stank’ Face: That face you make when you see something , but can’t say anything ’cause it’s rude; so you just sit there and look…
This has been sitting on my hard drive for a while. After organizing my art files today, I figured it was time to show this one to the world. On Zazzle, I’m selling this as a funny tee. This is also available on my DeviantArt site. Check it out!
The ‘Forest Curtain’ Photography Triptych. Check this out and more an Zazzle.
As I experiment with my art styles, I find that some art may be more successful on certain platforms than others. So…I decided to join DeviantArt. It’s wonderful to view the work of other artists around the globe and get inspired!
By the way, check out my new piece!
I’ve been working on my newest creation and am now FINISHED! Check it out on Zazzle
Check out my new typography work of art using a quote from Shakespeare’s plays.
Check out my new comic style art piece collection on Zazzle! Dedicated to all my natural sistas’!
“Love sought is good, but given unsought better…”
Quote from Shakespeare’s “Twelfth Night”. Now available on Zazzle!
Check out my new wall art panel piece using a quote from Shakespeare.
“When I saw you, I fell in love and you smiled because you knew…”
Check out my new work of art on Zazzle!
Inspired by William Shakespeare’s “All’s Well That Ends Well”.
Check it out here!
This piece is called the “The Forest Curtain”. My family and I like taking long walks in the local parks. My husband is the outdoorsy type. He grew up going on camping trips and such. He lives for this type of stuff. Our son loves the fresh air and the chance to explore something other than the four walls of our home. As for myself, I have a thing for trees. I love their textures and their freedom of growing to be magnificent beings in their own way. No judgement, no expectations.
This photograph was taken at Flatwoods Park in Florida. As we were walking back to our car, my eyes caught site of a collection of branches that looked like a curtain. Hence the name “The Forest Curtain”.
This photograph is currently for sale on Zazzle.com as a Triptych. The example is shown above. Any and all support is greatly appreciated. Please visit the link here: Forest Curtain