This is Cora and her pet rhino beetle, haven’t named him yet…. Got any suggestions?
This is Ophelia (I seem to want to name everything even remotely aquatic Ophelia). I suppose if praying mantises were aquatic in 1874 this might be what they’d look like.
“Antennae of Inspiration: The Insect Art Project” by Out Of Step Books is available here. It’s a pretty huge book full of the most awesome art from all over the world. Proceeds go to school art classrooms. They also have a cephalopod book,
WIP hair accessory!
One of the completed Victorian Mantis paintings. Her name is Lillian and was painted for my husband who really loves his tiger lillies. I have submitted this image for inclusion in the “Antennae of Inspiration: The Insect Art Project” by Out of
And the sketching continues…. I’ve decided to do a couple cameo inspired paintings for my two oval dome glassed frames and the sketch above is one of them… I have a second in the works with and adorable jumping spider in
11 x 14 Acrylic on canvas This was a commission for Barb, one of my tattoo customers. (I posted her half sleeve here…. hey diddle diddle…
3″ x 4″ acrylic on canvas I want a pond in my backyard with a flock of these babies floating around and terrorizing the squirrels he he he
Acrylic on canvas board 5 x 7 I did this one for an upcoming show at the The Shoe Factory Art Co-op. My first submission to a juried show. Got my fingers crossed! I expected this to be a mildly boring piece to