Made from a repurposed polystrene takeaway container, this original block print is one of many images inspired by my song ‘Angels & Boats’ from the audiophile acoustic album, ‘Professing the Blues’. Image 6” x 6” (160mm square) block ink overprinted on taupe acrylic paint, on acid free water colour paper. See the dedicated Angels & Boats page for more - and the album is available at the CD's & Vinyl page!
The art works on this page are original pieces, see galleries below - click on each image for a closer look, with caption and sizing. If you are interested in buying, or would like more information, just email me for full details, more photos, and even the back story about each individual piece! Prices on application, example price points: $50 - small folk art pieces; $75 - medium sized folk art and small canvases; $75 - medium sized limited edition hand decorated Lino prints; $100 - 8” x 10” canvas paintings, $275 - large limited edition hand decorated block prints. Or perhaps you’d like me to make you a ‘Good Luck Mojo’ of your very own?
4" x 4" canvas with very deep edge. Acrylic paint with scratched and cork-print decoration...'cos the Devil Made Me Do It! This little piece inspired me to write a new Mississippi Hills style blues song, which I've started playing on my 3 string cigarbox.
Limited edition lino print - this design was created to decorate the cool cigar-box guitar of the same name made by Delaney Guitars, Texas. Scroll to gallery to check it out, along with the other 3 versions of this print!
8"x 8" block ink, overprint on gold acrylic paint, on watercolour acid free paper.
One of my first folk art pieces, all themed on songs from the ‘Professing the Blues’ and featuring in the liner note booklet of that album. ‘Love Me All the Way’ has a relief embossing foil ‘Milagros’ heart, parts of playing cards, beads and metal charms on a painted 6” x 6” canvas. See the album at CD’s & Vinyl page - this image also available in the Affordable Print series (AU$25+ post) on the Artist Prints page!
Until recently, this cheeky little bloke was part of the local 8” x 8’ ‘The Everyday’ Exhibition at Ferry Park Gallery. He and his friends are frequent, noisy visitors to my backyard! Acrylic paint with semi-matte glaze on canvas, with gold leaf deep edge.