Sunday, January 28, 2018

D is for Duck and Daffodils

D is for Duck and Daffodils

As January is coming to a close, I am definitely looking forward to spring!
The idea of this design came to me early this morning. 
While trying to think of a new letter E, D using a duck came to mind. Maybe it is the memory of the cute duck that lived next door when I was a kid. Her name was Clownie and she was the watch duck of the neighborhood. So when thinking of her fondly, I created a new letter D.

You can also find this delightful letter D on a T...t-shirt that is!
Just click on the t-shirt for a link to my Fine Art America site.

Friday, January 12, 2018

Revisiting and Refreshing: Two Birds on a Watering Can

Two Birds on a Watering Can

While sitting in art festivals, there are some designs I target to refresh.

The design below was the original, and while I sold quite a few, I thought it use a little more punch.

Updating Updating art goes back to my days as a greeting card designer. Even good sellers got updates over time.

This time, I also added a little more live interest to tell more of a story by adding the beetle.
This design is now available on Fine Art America 

It is also available on other products such as a tote bag.

It is a nice way to escape the winter blahs!

Sunday, January 7, 2018

Looking For Spring!

Looking for Spring!

You can tell Cleveland winters get to me with all the cold, snow, and gray skies. 
I think the gray skies are the worse part.

So of course while counting the days till spring, I created this illustration to add a tough of brightness to this day.

Here's hoping this winter is a short one.

Thursday, January 4, 2018

A is for Alligator

A is for Alligator

Trying to come up with new letters is not getting any easier. With a new grandson, I had to come up with another illustrated letter A.

So here is A for Alligator, as well as Angel Fish, and Albatross
I thinks there is a little Amore with the Alligator and the Angel fish

You can also find this whimsical monogram as a pillow on my Fine Art America page.