A Break from Sin

I’m interrupting the seven deadly sins project for a very sad announcement. Earlier this week, Dorothea Tanning died at the age of one hundred and one. She was a founding member of the surrealist movement. She was an influential in the art world for eight decades. I do not say this lightly, she is my favorite artist of all time. The world is a little less beautiful without her.

Thank you, Dorothea, for doing what you did.

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Dead Space

The Etsy Gamers’ game of the month this April is Dead Space. I painted the following ACEO as my entry to the contest.

Lurking Lurker. Ink, watercolor, and paper. 2.5″x3.5″ (6.4cmx8.9cm).

Unframed: $15.00

Snowed In

This week, I have no excuse not to participate in Sketchbook Saturday. The snow has trapped me in my home.

Here is a drawing of an old sneaker overlapping the box for Left 4 Dead 2. It is drawn with ball point pen on Stonehenge paper in my lovely Parkside Harmony sketchbook.

Upright Zombie

He’s a zombie planted by aliens. It happens.

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I’m thinking of coloring her in, but I don’t want to taint her charm.

Everyone’s Favorite Subject

This abstraction is about one of the most thought about subjects in human history: death. Not the afterlife. But the exact moment before your own life ends.

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The Impending, Inevitable Uncertainty. Watercolor, ink, marker on paper. 5″x8″.

Unframed:  40.00