75 Photos - Mar 20, 2010
Photo:                                Photo: 1930's souvenir picture from a Curt Teich set called Aloha Hawaiian Islands. The colours are quite vibrant still. The picture is about 9cm x 13 cm....VERY TINY.Photo: The Sea Monkeys go to Hawaii. Who says they can't take a break from advertising once in a while?Photo: This is a gorgeous litho from about the 1930's that has not faded at all. The original painting is from 1894 by Thomas Moran.Photo: the Swimmin' Hole.
This painting is being shown at the Paul Fisher Gallery in West Palm Beach.Photo: this adorable vintage paint by numbers painting was given to me by a new friend- Bonnie Brady that runs the Bird on a Wire shop in Joshua Tree.Photo: maybe I went a little far but I did manage to amuse myself ...hehehehPhoto: vintage print of a Ruglei painting...looks like Spain but I'm not sure.Photo: It takes people a minute to see that a partial view of a Cloverfield-like monster is in the port.Photo: I added these alien hikers to a modern postcard of Joshua Tree National Park.Photo: Postcard from Mitchell's Corn Palace- looks like it is around the 1950's/1960's.
This is a slightly different image than the one I used but the time was similar.Photo: Corn Palace Spaceport
This place sure looked like a space port to those aliens.
acrylic on vintage postcard
9" x 6 1/2"Photo: this print was pretty damaged/faded
. It ois 8" x 10"Photo: Gone Fishing.

I probably should have tried to find an image of the original work but I just faked my way through re-doing the landscape where it was too faded.Photo: This is a vintage litho- (guessing 1960's) 10" x 8" it is a bit faded but not too badPhoto: Can you imagine anything more frightening than a toddler with four legs? Those extra appendages make her pretty fast for maximum damage.Photo: This is one of a pair of vintage paint by numbers paintings I got on eBay. I loved the muted colours. The painting is 8" x 10" Those little aliens were hay stooks and the large alien was a cow.Photo: This is one of a pair of vintage paint by numbers paintings I got on eBay. I loved the muted colours. The painting is 8" x 10".Photo: This is an illustration from a vintage children's book...I changed the storyline a bit....Photo: The line was too perfect to NOT make Grandpa into Darth Vader but I also thought the baby should have a resemblance of sorts ...Photo: This one got a little overworked since I couldn't make the colours match but thank the flying spaghetti monster for Photoshop!Photo: Richard the Nudist art bombs the masters. Those ladies didn't know they had come to a clothing optional beach! Life drawing sketch added to vintage print of Boudin sketch.Photo: Richard the nudist art bombs Lautrec. I just hope he doesn't spill any coffee on himself.Photo: Richard the Nudist art bombs Manet. I think that one Spanish lady is quite interested in Richard's dance moves. Heheheh- Richard is a dancer/choreographer in real life too!Photo: The Hi-Desert Water District was having a group art show with the theme of "Water" . I thought this disintegrating sweater I found in the desert sweater looked a bit like a river.

 The colours are a bit bright because I was going to have the prints done at Wal-Mart and I know they produce very DARK prints.Photo: Here is an alien kid playing in the desert on his little button boat.Photo: Here is an alien and what he was imagining when he stood on the button raft.Photo: Fun With Science
34" x 28" (including frame)
Acrylic on thrift store print

That alien girl is torturing that poor peasant lady by starting fires with a magnifying glass.

The flying fish (flish) are always hanging around encouraging her to get into trouble. 

I got the notion about flish from this compelling but dumb show:
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/The_Future_Is_WildPhoto: "Tardigrade Troop from Head Office" 
32" x 43" (including frame that is not pictured)
Acrylic on thrift store print

These large tardigrades are here on Earth to collect the intel that their microscopic cousins have been gathering about us humans all these years.Photo: Photo: Fun at the Lake3 3/4" X 4 1/2"Photo: Photo: Ropin' Cowboys3 5/8" X 5 1/2"Photo: Photo: "Hungry Peonies"3 1/4" X 4"Photo: Photo: "Sightseeing"2 3/4" X 3 5/8"Photo: Photo: Photo: "Grifters of London"3 1/4" X 4 1/4"Photo: Photo: The Tour Bus3 3/4" X 4 1/2"Photo: Photo: "The Nature Hike/Slither"3 3/4" X 4 1/2"Photo: Photo: Eulalia2 1/2" X 3 1/2 "Photo: Photo: Bathsheba2 1/2" X 3 1/2 "Photo: Photo: Clotilda2 1/2" X 3 1/2 "Photo: Photo: Meeting Uncle Larry.
signed prints will be about 10" X 20 "
and will be available in my etsy shop:
contact me for a pre-orderPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Uncle Harvey- This is the second version of this painting. I re-did it to show at the Paul Fisher Gallery in West Palm Beach.Photo: Uncle Harvey's pal FredPhoto: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: Photo: