It’s officially for sale!

 

 

 

 

 

Winky The Palm Frond has had it’s final coat of polyurethane and is now ready for purchase! The price? $125. No shipping. Must be picked up. Don’t want to buy, but  looking for some interesting reprints, pillows? Go here….

https://fineartamerica.com/featured/winky-the-palm-frond-deborah-boyd.html

Something different from Own A Debbie

One of the joys of being an artist is that you aren’t cubbyholed into doing just one thing. Self expression is lost if the only thing you do is acrylic landscapes, for example. That said, I have now added earrings to those things I make. Some are hand painted, others are not. All have hooks handmade by yours truly.  Feel free to add a comment. As always, if you would like to Own A Debbie, just let us know.

Earrings, from funky to elegant.

Pillows, Pillows, Pillows!

A big thank you to everyone who visited me at Ponce Preserve on Earth Day.

If you are looking to order pillows, click here:

www.Deborah-Boyd.pixels.com

If you are looking for a lighthouse pillow, click on Own A Debbie Originals, find the lighthouse and when you click on it, you will see everything from pillows to fine art glcless.  You might even find a mug you like!

Any problem ordering, just send me an email.

 

Recycled Art

People are always giving me discards to paint. So I sit here surrounded by large rocks, tiny pebbles, tree branches and pieces of what was once useful furniture.

I have several palm fronds that I’ve been looking at for months not knowing what to do with them. If I turned them sideways, they resembled fish. Straight up, well, they didn’t look like anything in particular. But they are unique looking and they have a surface that just cries for paint.

About a week ago, it hit me….I’d make a fun mask doing what I do best….dots! Yes, I am the queen of dots. Someday when I am long gone, they will refer to this as my ‘dot’ period.

But I digress…I sketched out a design and went to work and viola! Winkie was born!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Experimental Absract #1

Experimental Abstract #1
11×14 Acrylic on Canvas

I haven’t come up with a name for this yet, but I’m working on it.  Until then, meet, “Experimental Abstract #1”

I continue to experiment with acrylics and acrylic mediums. This one – one of the few abstracts I’ve done – was done using acrylic pouring mediums and acrylic paints without medium. The result gives this painting a 3D effect.