I am doing another Art Party Central event, this Thursday, July 22 at 3:30 and 7:30 Eastern Time. Would you like to come and join in the fun? RSVP here! Or go to the site and RSVP from there. Why should you come? Because you will get a 10% off coupon for MY SHOP and might even win a $50 gift certificate!!! I will talk about my work for a least 5 minutes (lol) and show details of the work. You can ask me questions. And you can see some other amazing artists- it is a virtual Zoom Craft Fair. I’d love to see you there!
He is the last fellow for now. It is time to do a massive studio cleanup and move on the other things.
He has got all my vine-y fabrics!
He has an antique button- I think maybe bone or horn?
Just a little bit of fancy on his boots-
Greenman with an embroidered leafy beard. He is the perfect symbol for the extremely wet July we’ve had here in the Boston area.
Bird and vine tattoos.
This fellow needs to spend a little more time out in the sun!
Awesome beard action and dark green eyes.
Who wouldn’t love a giant vegetable tattoo!
I like these wood buttons.
He is #5 and the last bathing beauty for now.
He has the classic toile tattoos.
Here is a close-up of his hair-
I took 2 pic of him around the house and I liked both of them so here they are!
Outside and inside :-)
Yeah, he looks a bit different!
He has fancy dressed up, old-fashioned skeletons to go with his old-fashioned bathing suit.
Pretend buttons and real buttons.
I imagine these fellows using wax on their forelock curls and their mustaches.
Pretend buttons and an antique shell button.
This is the fellow that has inspired this group. He was a special request and a LONG time coming. If you ask me for something it might be a VERY long time (years!) before I get to it!
His skeleton tattoos are colorful and they all look like they are having great fun. His skeleton button from this amazing etsy shop.
I haven’t made one of these fellows in a long, long time but I got a request so let’s go!
He’s got some classic tattoos and an old-fashioned striped bathing suit.
A mustache and a curl in his hair.
Here is a close-up of the pattern on his hair-