Friday, May 13, 2016

A Spell for Strength

"A Spell For Strength"
acrylic on birch panel
5 x 7 inches framed to 9.5 x 11 inches

Here's my piece, "A Spell for Strength", which sold at the "Felis Catus" art show last weekend in Michigan's Future Gallery.

This witchy cat casts her spell for strength with fennel, lovage and thyme.  These plants mean force, courage, bravery and strength in Floriography,  the Victorian Language of Flowers.

Salem's Spells for World Domination

"Salem's Spells for World Domination"
acrylic on birch panel
8 x 10 inches framed to 13.5 x 15.25 inches

"Idiot Box 2" opens at Gallery 1988, featuring works based on TV shows.

Here's my "Salem's Spells for World Domination", based on Salem Saberhagen from Sabrina the Teenage Witch.
The painting has Scot's thistle, which symbolizes retaliation, vengeance and Never forget in Floriography, the Victorian era Language of Flowers.