BOOBY HATCH $400 framed.
I love the little Dr. Suess like lady in pink in this painting. I think the character on the left with the hat could even qualify for a Suess like creature. One thing that the urban dictionary states is that the Booby Hatch was a hatch meant to keep a small sea-bird named the boobie from flying below deck. One type actually has beautiful blue feet~I must add them to one of my paintings!
Take this title however you like but it is breast cancer awareness month and I am donating 1/4 of the proceeds of all October sales to Breastcancer.org
They are an amazing organization that provides support and information for women through all stages of breast cancer. I have met so many amazing women through them and want to give back for all they have given to me. Everyone deserves a fighting chance and breastcancer.org has led so many women to seek life saving treatment that they would not have known about except for this incredible site.
Open Studios have passed and with it the flurry of activity painting, prepping, promoting and then meeting so many lovely visitors who came to see my work. I enjoyed giving a demo of the steps involved in making my paintings.
I got quite involved in making chickens this summer. I found that adding borders to my work has brought an illustrative quality to it.
A Couple Of Cute Chicks!
These girls are on 8″ by 8 ” Ink and Watercolor on aqua board and are framed in a distressed frame that works well with the subject matter. This work is for sale for $150 plus $10 shipping or 2 for $275. If interested please email me at email@example.com.
I also made this very royal looking chicken who is wearing some very gorgeous feathers. This is another 8″ by 8″ Ink and Watercolor on aqua board, also for sale for $150 plus $10 shipping or 2 for $275. They make a lovely pair of paintings.
I was working on a drawing at a friends studio today and we both noticed the lack of humidity in the air, a sense that fall is approaching although the days are warm and the wildlife abundant. I spent the evening swimming and catching some baby blue fish AKA snappers for those of you who live on Long Island and skipjacks to the locals.