Posts Tagged 'actress'

Mrs. Universe

22″ x 28″, Acrylic on canvas, 2015 AVAILABLE PRINT: $200.00 This is a portrait of the new 2015 Mrs. Universe a.k.a Ashley Callingbull. I cannot remember her married last name at the moment. Their was no plan in particular when

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Mrs. Universe

22″ x 28″, Acrylic on canvas, 2015 AVAILABLE PRINT: $200.00 This is a portrait of the new 2015 Mrs. Universe a.k.a Ashley Callingbull. I cannot remember her married last name at the moment. Their was no plan in particular when

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Sticky Fingers

32″ x 40″, Acrylic on paper, 2008      (SOLD) This painting is based on the italian actress/model Monica Bellucci. The title for this painting was inspired by the rock band “The Rolling Stones”. Some people have seen this portrait as a

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Sticky Fingers

32″ x 40″, Acrylic on paper, 2008      (SOLD) This painting is based on the italian actress/model Monica Bellucci. The title for this painting was inspired by the rock band “The Rolling Stones”. Some people have seen this portrait as a

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Marilyn Monroe

32″ x 40″, Mixed media on paper, 2011   This is an experimental peice, after studying some of andy warhol`s work, I started expanding my talent and started to come up with ways I could use spray paint in my

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Marilyn Monroe

32″ x 40″, Mixed media on paper, 2011   This is an experimental peice, after studying some of andy warhol`s work, I started expanding my talent and started to come up with ways I could use spray paint in my

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Screen Queen

32″ x 40″, Mixed media on paper, 2011   This is another portrait of Marilyn Monroe, based on my new spray paint technique. Marilyn Monroe is like the queen of Pop Art, so I thought she would be perfect for

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Screen Queen

32″ x 40″, Mixed media on paper, 2011   This is another portrait of Marilyn Monroe, based on my new spray paint technique. Marilyn Monroe is like the queen of Pop Art, so I thought she would be perfect for

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