BALLS TO THE WALL Pt. 3

Bones: Right Hand. Original Painting

Bones: Right Hand. Original Painting
Bones: Right Hand. Original Painting Bones: Right Hand. Original Painting Bones: Right Hand. Original Painting

“Original painting on canvas 12″ x 6”. Lines were drawn with paint marker and painted in with acrylic. Collage pieces are from things collected on my travels. The painting is finished with beeswax giving it a yellowish tint and a nice smell.”

The Skullminary Arts: Guacamole 2. Original Painting

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“This painting is done on canvas and is 6″ x 9”. The image was drawn using acrylic marker and painted with acrylic. The collage elements in the background were collect while on various travels. This painting is part of a series where ingredients of dishes (or side dishes) are painted on the skull, a la Day of the Dead. It is finished with beeswax giving it a yellowish tint and nice smell.”

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BALLS TO THE WALL Pt. 2

The Skullminary Arts: Guacamole 1. Original Painting

The Skullminary Arts: Guacamole 1. Original Painting

“This painting is done on canvas and is 5″ x 7”. The image was drawn using acrylic marker and painted with acrylic. The collage elements in the background were collect while on various travels. This painting is part of a series where ingredients of dishes (or side dishes) are painted on the skull, a la Day of the Dead. It is finished with beeswax giving it a yellowish tint and nice smell.”  (Only 1 available)

Commissions are welcome!

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BALLS TO THE WALL!

New work from my very talented friend, David Eric Ball:

Bones: Right Foot. Original Painting

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“This painting is done on canvas and is 12″ x 6”. The image was drawn using acrylic marker and painted with acrylic. The collage elements in the background were collect while on various travels. It is finished with beeswax giving it a yellowish tint and nice smell.”

TWIN CITIES TRIBUTE: PRINCE

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“This piece was done using tempura paint mixed with glue, India ink, and chalk. First, I drew the image using chalk, then I used the paint mixture to paint. After the paint/glue dried, I painted India ink across the whole image and then wet-sponged the ink off of the paint/glue to leave this image. The piece is finished with acrylic medium to secure the bonds and create a nice gloss. The corners are raspberry berets and the symbol in the margins, is Prince’s own symbol.
The picture comes unframed in an envelope or rolled in a tube and is 11″ x 16.75″ “

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