Beautiful whimsical artwork depicting life that can be lived, laughed and loved. Also available as a 12 month calender with different images for each month and a host of other products. Live. Laugh. Love. Continue reading →
Kali! There is a lot of colour squeezed into this one! I've long been fascinated with Hindu artwork – devotional images of the beautiful gods and goddesses with their mysterious blue skin used to intrigue me as a child. Kali – possibly my favourite – an incarnation of the mother goddess – but a VERY powerful force to be reckoned with! She's often depicted with severed heads, wreaking her vengence on those who cross her…. I've taken a more subtle approach and have given her a garland of skulls. I've portrayed her in the traditional Daksinakali dancing pose, and this REALLY is a beautiful painting. REMEMBER – you can make this shirt for men/women/children/babies or make it long sleeved or a Tshirt or a tanktop – and even change the colour! All you need to do is click the “Select a Different Shirt Style” link by the sizing options – customize it just how you like it! It does look best either as shown, or in the dark solid colours, or in black, or in white. All shirts are available up to adults size 6X – just scroll through the Shirt Style options for your style choices in extended sizes! Continue reading →
Beautiful colorful Surrealism painting on your product. colorful and aesthetic. Ideal for Gifting or Collection. Customize as you like. Make your product stand out. Let the art speak. Floral and landscapes designs on your products make for a refreshing change. Painting by French Canadian artist Doris Cohen. Continue reading →
The second installment in my Poisonous Beauties series – a series of works featuring portraits of faery creatures and various poisonous plants! #2 in this series of course features White Oleander – very poisonous indeed! My own original acrylic painting. Continue reading →
A very atmospheric scene of a melancholy girl holding a lovely skull of what appears to be a unicorn. In the background you can see the famous medieval Unicorn Tapestry hanging on the wall (now in the Moyen Museum (Musee de Cluny) in Paris. This piece debuted at the Dragon*Con Art Show in 2012 and the original painting had a custom frame by Jasmine's husband Matt – a very unique shield shaped frame in a dark patina finish with a Jasmine fairy face carved into the ornamentation at the top. My own original acrylic painting.