Meet “Delilah the Fish” who is the newest member of the growing fish family.
She measures 8.5 x 11 inches (21,5cm by 27,7cm) and was created with the finest artist quality inks and coloured pencils on archival card stock.
Fish look wonderful hanging in bathrooms or in children’s bedrooms. They add a special bit a sea life to any home.
The original is listed here and limited edition prints are listed here. Do note that I am only producing 25 limited edition prints of Delilah.
And you can download a high resolution scan of Delilah and print out a whopping 29 by 22 inch version if you like from here!
When you have felt bad for so long you don’t realize how bad you actually were feeling until you feel a bit better. And when you really begin to believe that when you let go of all that bad, your heart will automatically open and be receptive to all the good.
I drew this mystical marine anemone with ink and coloured pencil inside a 9×9 inch Fabriano Quadrato Artist Journal.
However, if you you’d like a wall calendar, I will make them to order. Each one will cost $40.00 and they can be ordered on HandmadeCloud. Please allow 72 hours after placing your order for your calendar to be custom created before shipping.
Also, I have beautiful 2011 floral and mandala desk calendars in stock and ready to ship. They are on sale and reduced in price from $18.00 to $14.00 and can be purchased while supplies last. After my stock is sold out they will increase in price to $25.00 and be sold on a made to order basis.
Want to avoid shipping, material and labour costs? Then simply purchase the nifty high rez 2011 digital download PDF Calendar that you can print and use to create your own calendar. It’s reduced in price by 25%.
And do leave a comment below for your chance to win a handmade desk calendar. I’ll announce the winner on Monday, January 24th. This giveaway is open to everyone. One comment per person. Thank you and do share this giveaway and sale with your friends on Facebook, Twitter and Google Buzz.
Is there an original in my Etsy shop or on HandmadeCloud that you just must have to hang on your lovely wall or need as a gracious gift for this fast approaching and upcoming holiday season?
Make me an offer during the next 72 hours on any (or all) original(s) and if I accept your offer, I’ll reduce the price of the original for you to purchase immediately.
Simply contact me or leave a comment below with your offer and the link(s) to the work you would like to own.
This sale is only good on original artwork and illustration. And I can guarantee that any reasonable offer(s) will be accepted.
Where are those special one of kind originals you ask?
Originals on HandmadeCloud
Originals on Etsy
It looks lovely hanging on the wall or sitting against a window or on a shelf. This fourteen page twelve month calendar features a different illustration for each month, including George (the pretty fish found on the cover) and a swimming school of 11 other sea life inspired whimsical illustrations for each month of the year. Continue reading
UPDATE – the original has sold. Limited Edition archival prints in 8.5×11 inch paper are available now in the shop.
The Sultry Seahorse was created with Windsor and Newton watercolour, Prismacolor Verithin coloured pencils, Faber Castell Pitt Artist Pens (india ink) and Pilot Hi-tec C pens on Arches watercolour paper.
This original artwork measures 8.5×10 inches (21,5cm by 25,3cm). Yes, I’m beginning to illustrate bigger, slowly working my up to painting large wall art again.
You can see the beginning of this artwork in the last post.
The original illustration is RESERVED already however, limited edition prints will be available shortly in the shop.
A couple of weeks ago Cat AKA Polarity a fantastic jewelry artist on Etsy contacted me to collaborate on a new line of recycled artist lockets she was introducing into her shop. This is the result of that collaboration!
This is the Sassy Sea Urchin‘s Brother, whom is much the wiser and older than she.
Mr. Wise began as an archival ink drawing, rendered with micron 005 nib pen; the smallest nib one can buy. I scanned him in at an obscenely high resolution and began colouring in Adobe Photoshop. Colouring sounds so child-like and in essence that is what I have done. Four days and 18 Photoshop layers later he is complete.
For consistency sake I added a similar shadow to make him pop off the page and carried the same colour pallet over from Miss. Urchin. And as I hadn’t shown a close-up of Miss. Urchin, here she is.
By the way, I almost called Mr. Wise the Bitchin’ Barnacle! YAH!
Both are available in my shop in 5×5 and 8×8 inch size. The Sassy Sea Urchin has moved on to become my best seller. When I opened my shop, never in my wildest dreams imagined that one illustration would outshine the rest and she did just that, last month. Thank you to everyone who purchased her and left me such wonderful feedback.
They each were born side by side as original ink drawings in one of my journals that were drawn on Wreck Beach in Vancouver, BC.