Here are a few new stone sculptures. They are all translucent orange (salmon) alabaster. The candle holders look brilliant with the flameless LED candles. The stone glows a vibrant orange and red. They are all one of a kind. Sculptures are for sale at Farr Out Fine Art. Also, like my art on Facebook to see every time a new beautiful piece is finished.
Translucent orange alabaster stone sculpture hand carved into a candle holder. It was chiseled, rasped, drilled, scraped, filed, sanded, and waxed. This one is not for sale, but I will be making more to sell soon.
Say hello to Joe the Cat-Faced Spider. 18″ x 9″ wire sculpture.
It was accepted to the Woodbury Art Museum and will be on display March 26-April 27, 2013.
Photograph of my black and white tabby cat, Pixel.
If Full of Grace had an album cover, this would be it.http://www.fileden.com/files/2011/4/4/3109323/Full%20of%20Grace.mp3%20
My nephew, Mikey and bunny, Bynx in an adorable Easter photo. 10×10 graphite on bristol board. The original is not for sale.
Contour line drawing of a miniature top hat. 8×10 graphite on bristol board. The original is for sale. It is on display in the Woodbury Art Musesum March 27-April 28, 2012
The fourth and last in my series of 8×10 Ginger paintings. Done with acrylic paints. The original is SOLD. Giclee prints 8×10 stretched canvas with 3/4″ edges personally signed and numbered are $50 each. Only 10 available.
Why do we treat animals like animals?
How can people be so inhumane?
Cows and chickens work to feed us,
Dogs and horses show they need us,
And though cats don’t always heed us
Their affection is plain.
What do we do? We neglect them,
We do nothing to protect them,
We reject them, don’t expect them
We ignore them or we beat them,
When we’re hungry then we eat them,
It’s appalling how we treat them,