Posts Tagged ‘prints’

I need eyeballs. Lots and lots of eyeballs. But not just anyone’s eyeballs — I need eyes who appreciate the beauty of begging, brave seagulls, the light through the flesh of a cut lime in a cold cocktail, or the slick, iridescent home of a wild abalone you had for dinner last night.

Is it art if no one sees it? My little virtual art shop experiment in entrepreneurialism needs a party of people who love a well-mixed cocktail and the proverbial long walk on the beach. People who want to get a jump-start on their holiday shopping, who want kisses and hugs or simple nods of glowing appreciation because they thought to buy a one-of-a-kind, unique gift — a limited edition archival art print from an independent artist in California.

I need to get the word out: www.shellybee.etsy.com

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Wanna Dance?

Wanna Dance? Archival print of original oil paintingHere’s a new piece I painted in oils a few years ago, but wasn’t ever totally satisfied with it, and justyesterday I added bits of magnified dust and light, as if their dancing stirred up such disco spirals and spirographs of hearts.

I haven’t offered it up in shellybee’s art studio yet. Wanted to see what you all thought first.

This one is 4.5 X 9 inches. Archival quality print, as usual.

Copyright (c) 2007 Shelly Bowen. shellybee.etsy.com

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