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more paintings for sale on ebay

more paintings for sale on ebay

I have another set of paintings for sale on ebay. It is my “U.S. Presidents Enjoying Coffee” series. These auctions are set to end Tuesday 2/8/2005 around Noon. Prices range from $9.98 to $20 with $5 shipping for each painting. Search for “UNMOOSE” on ebay. Or you can click here.

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MY ART FOR SALE ON EBAY!

MY ART FOR SALE ON EBAY!

FINALLY! I have posted 11 new paintings on ebay. I call the series, “Animal Necktie”. Each painting features an animal wearing a necktie. You can find them on ebay searching for the term, “UNMOOSE”. Or you can click here. Why are these animals wearing neckties? Since the dawn of the human race, we have been […]

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gorbachev’s birthmark copyrighted

I was thinking about doing a series of paintings of Gorbachev’s birthmark (I was going to paint different patterns within the shape or put the birthmark shape on different simple items.) I was doing some research on the net hoping to find a photo and much to my surprise I found out that Gorbachev copyrighted […]

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monkey art

monkey art is cool. Fling monkeys are molded monkeys that artists customize. I came across this link today. And last night I made two monkey paintings. The second of which is perhaps the ugliest painting I have ever made, but you can’t go wrong when monkeys are your subject matter.

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art on ebay

In the art section of ebay they have a “Top Ten List”:1. Modern Drawings 2. Modern American Paintings 3. Botanical Prints 4. Antique Drawings 5. Natural History Prints 6. Folk Art 7. Self-Representing Artists 8. Modern Limited Edition Prints 9. Antique European Paintings 10. Modern Sculpture, Carvings Botantical Prints is number 3? Really? Actually botantical […]

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weedwackers rule

weedwackers rule

I bought a weedwacker last week. It’s great. Everyone should have a weedwacker. Don’t have any weeds to wack? or lawns to trim? I hear weedwackers give a nice hair cut, but don’t take my word on that. Actually, it might be interesting to introduce a weed wacker to a wet oil painting.

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