41 Led Sled

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In real life, its coming along just fine. The real world will imitate art.

in the 1950’s car guys were busy building old cars into their own styles. That meant changing hubcaps to cutting off roofs. Fenders were filled with led. These were built to be seen, not to go fast. They were low to the ground and heavy in led filled body work.

1941 Led Sled

41 Led Sled 30 x 30 deep canvas $200
I’ll do your prized ride for $200 on a 16 x 24, or $300 on a 30 x 30 canvas.

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The Ivy Buddha

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Ivy Buddha

Ivy Garden Buddha
12 x 12 Deep Canvas

Happy Buddha / Ho Tai / Prosperity Buddha
Ho Tai is often depicted in various forms as well, either with his arms above his head, reaching skyward, or sometimes holding a bag or knapsack over one shoulder. But no matter how he is depicted, he always has a happy face.

Signifies grace and internal beauty, and in Thai, he is called this “Phra LeeLaa”. Left hand raised, facing outward.

ivy budha all over print

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Happy Garden Buddha

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happy garden buddha

Happy Buddha / Ho Tai / Prosperity Buddha

Ho Tai, as he is called in Chinese, is often confused with the Historical Buddha. But a word to the wise; Ho Tai is not the Buddha at all, but is actually a revered Chinese Monk. He is somewhat akin to the West’s Santa Claus / St. Nick, since Ho Tai was famous for his Buddhist sermons and for his bag full of gifts, which he brought to children in order to reward them for coming to learn about the Dharma.

Part of the reason Ho Tai is confused with the Buddha is because they both wear robes, and that in certain languages (Thai, for instance) the vernacular word for the Buddha and for Monks is the same, namely, the word “Phra.” It can be confusing even for us Thai people, because if someone were to use JUST the word Phra, we might not know whether they were referring to the Buddha himself, a monk, a statue of the Buddha, or even an amulet (religious pendant) featuring an image of the Buddha… or an image of a highly revered monk!

Ho Tai is often depicted in various forms as well, either with his arms above his head, reaching skyward, or sometimes holding a bag or knapsack over one shoulder. But no matter how he is depicted, he always has a happy face.

10 x 10 Deep Canvas Acrylic

happy cup

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Wine Snob

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A multitude of characteristics. Peach, plum, almond, raspberry, chocolate, bacon and so many more. He’ll pair the wine with the meal, the early and late harvests, the regions and the year. God forbid you say something simple like, ” I like a Merlot for Australia” you’ll be set in for an evening of refinement and elevation.

This wine snob is pretty quiet although very attention grabbing.

wine snob

36″ x 36″ Acrylic on Canvas

snob clock

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Arizona Sugar skull

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The people of Mexico have it right. Rather than let the memory of passed loved ones fade, they celebrate them on the Day of the Dead. Feasting, Music, Memories, Candles and plenty of Tequila! ~ Sounds pretty good to me.

Arizona Sugarskull

10 x 10 Acrylic Deep Frame

throw pillow 2

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Facebook Profiles

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Facebook Profiles

In the electro world of imaginary profiles, who are you really? Are you everyone you say you are? Is the person you ” Like” anything more than a figment of their own imagination? Whats real, what isn’t?

12 x 16 Deep canvas

facebook profile shirt

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Draco, Dragon of the North

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Tonight … if you have a dark sky, make your acquaintance with the constellation Draco the Dragon, starting at nightfall. At mid-northern latitudes, Draco is a circumpolar constellation, meaning it is out all night long every night of the year. Northern Hemisphere summer evenings are the best time to look, because this is when the Dragon’s flashing eyes look down upon you from up high in the northern sky. This serpentine star figure wanders in between the Big and Little Dippers, with its tail found between the bowl of the Big Dipper and the star Polaris.

Draco the dragon is famous throughout mythology. This great beast was especially present in greek myth. One of the more popular stories involves Heracles and the twelve labors. Gaia gave Hera a golden apple tree when she married Zeus. Hera put the tree in the garden to be guarded by the Hesperides and a dragon called Ladon.

Heracles asks Atlas to gather the apples while he and Athena held up the sky. Atlas, thinking he could trick Heracles into holding the sky forever, gladly accepted the mission. When he returned with the apples, Heracles slipped the sky back on Atlas’ shoulders.

Yet another story is set during the Titan war with Zeus. Athena was attacked by a dragon. She flung it into the air, wrapping it around the pole. To this day, the dragon remains in the night sky.

The constellation, Draco, can be found revolving around the celestial North Pole. This type of constellation is said to be circumpolar.

It’s said you can see Draco in the aurora borealis ( northern Lights) if you watch closely.

Draco

Draco, Dragon of the North
36 x 36 inch Deep Canvas

shower2

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