Tuesday, November 30, 2010

Corgi ACEO make great stocking stuffers...just saying

I have listed some corgi ACEOs on Ebay!
They are original small paintings..not prints! They are 3.5 inches by 2.5 inches - the size of a trading card. I have taken a few of my favorite paintings (and some new ideas)and painted them as small miniatures!

These cards are handpainted originals! Art for your pocket! You can trade them with other corgi lovers, frame them, or put them in an album, or someones christmas stocking! The sky's the limit when it comes to small format art!

They are painted on heavy watercolor paper, sealed and signed. I then slide the finished piece in a heavy plastic toploader (the baseball card type) for total protection. They can be easily removed by you if you so desire.
Please browse my ACEO auctions:
  • Ebay Original ACEOS
  • A painting inspired by Kliban

    I finished this diptych~two 8"X10" canvases meant to be hung together to make one unique piece. It is inspired by Kliban, and his black and white tabby cats with their red shoes. I fondly remember them when I was young. They were on everything..towels, bedding, shirts. I always thought they were so cute!
    I decided to paint a tri corgi with some red sneakers as a tribute to Kliban. Maybe I'll paint some more inspired by him. : )
    Offered on ebay now:
  • Ebay Original Paintings
  • New work in time for the holidays...

    It feels good to be back to placing paint to canvas! I was watching (and got hooked on) The Tudors on Showtime. I love the costuming and locales and I was inspired to paint this corgi portrait.
    Anne was Queen of England from 1533 to 1536 as the second wife of Henry VIII of England and 1st Marquess of Pembroke in her own right.
    This is my "corgi version" of Anne Boleyn right down to her famous gold and pearl necklace..except of course It's a C for corgi!
    It was quite fun and I am now offering it on Ebay: "Anne Corleyn Queen of England"

  • Ebay Original Paintings