A woman fails to appreciate the beauty of reality for the sake of pixels in this fine art print made from my original watercolor painting titled “Stimulation Theory.”
Everyone knows that apples are both delicious AND healthy, but what also keeps the doctor away is frequent contemplation of the vastness of an infinite multiverse.
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Life, uh, found a wayFine Art Prints museum quality Vibrant Giclée prints last a lifetime without fading. HandSigned Each open edition print is...
Good will always triumph because evil is dumb.The light side is strong in this watercolor painting.Fine Art Prints museum quality Vibrant Giclée...
Bee Fact #4 – Bumblebees often mush their heads into piles of pollen in an effort to accumulate intimidating manly facial buildup. These Bee Beeards are thought to help confuse would-bee predators while simultaneously causing bee friends to laugh uncontrollably.
Ancient accounts of Sasquatch behavior include a strange practice of forest mischief that has come to be known as boppinsquatchin’. In these accounts, wild Sasquatch have been observed sneaking up on forest creatures to give them a quick poke before slipping away unseen. If successful, this behavior leaves the unsuspecting animals to wonder if their experiences are real, or if they are simply imagining things.
The light side is strong in this fine art print made from my original watercolor painting “Impressive.”
Just a painting of a lake.
A Squirrel dreams of his nut in this fine art print made from my original “Squirrel Power” oil painting.