May 31st means another opening of the EHAG Emporium at 9PM EST. This month I am offering an original folk art painting of a young witch named Lily Vervain. She is holding her familiar black cat, Smudge, and in the other hand, a stuffed mouse cat toy. The canvas measures 8" x 10" and has paint and a simple ribbon around the staple-free sides. I have added a crackle finish to give an aged appearance.
Price is $75 plus exact shipping.
I also have another small painting available of a young vampire named Carnelia. This canvas measure 5" x 5" and is painted around the sides so no need for a frame.
Both paintings look lovely hung together and you can have them both for $100 plus shipping. If you would prefer to purchase just this painting, it is $35 plus shipping.
The painting below of the Bride of Frankestein is also available for $75 plus shipping. Pleas email me if you are interested in any of these Halloween beauties!
Monday, May 31, 2010
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
I have been neglecting my poor little Halloween art blog for a bit too long but the EHAG B&W Fright Challenge has given me a great reason to post. When I think of b&w frights, I think of those wonderful old horror movies I used to watch with my grandfather when I was a kid. Everything from Dracula to Frankenstein to Abbott and Costello Meet the Mummy. I love them all. My favorite is The Bride of Frakenstein, you've gotta love the hair (that was my favorite part to paint). I've painted her on an oval wooden plaque which I've antiqued an added a crackle finish. Her frail body looks like it can barely support that enormous head! Be sure to search EBAY for other EHAG art, I'll have my Bride up for sale starting sometime today.