Art

I’ve featured several of my pen and ink pictures.  I enjoy the pointillism style (a style using small dots or ‘points’ to complete a drawing) and word-art (a style using words to complete a drawing).

If you are interested in purchasing a print or commissioning art, please click on a picture

and you will be redirected to my Etsy store:  ThePotholderStore.Etsy.com

The bottom part of the page simply has a gallery of a wide variety of the art I have done over the years.

 (All proceeds from the sale of “The Unhindered Runner” are donated to private recipients)

All proceeds from the sale of “The Unhindered Runner” are donated to private recipients

 

I did this pointillism piece for Jonathan and he graciously aggreed to allow me to have it printed for resell. Limited edition, numbered and signed prints.

I did this pointillism piece for Jonathan and he graciously agreed to allow me to have it printed for resell. Limited edition, numbered and signed prints.

$25.00 I did this pointillism piece when I turned 50 years old. It is, more or less, a prayer to God about how I want to finish my life. Limited edition, numbered and signed prints.

I did this pointillism piece when I turned 50 years old.
It is, more or less, a prayer to God about how I want to finish my life.
Limited edition, numbered and signed prints.

 

This one is done with a radiograph pen and India ink, and is executed in the pointillism style.

This one is done with a radiograph pen and India ink, and is executed in the pointillism style.
These prints are signed.

The time tree was done for a friend who was going through a rough patch in her life. She readily agreed to loan it back to me for reprinting. Limited edition, numbered and signed.


The time tree was done for a friend
who was going through a rough patch in her life.
She readily agreed to loan it back to me for reprinting.
Limited edition, numbered and signed.

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One thought on “Art

  1. Ok, I don’t remember your artsy side. Did you major in art at Winthrop? I don’t remember that ( well, I don’t remember a lot of things now!) I love the running horse picture from your 50th birthday. How much is one of the prints?

    Love your blog. Yours is the first one I’ll be following so consider yourself lucky. I still haven’t figured out Facebook! You are leading me into a new ( for me) media.

    Take care, and let me know about the print!

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