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Part of my "Poissons Volants" series ("Flying Fish)" - combining my love with sea creatures and Rococo era portraiture - we have "Le Bassin des Carpes". Translating as "The Koi Pond" this painting features a beautiful maiden near a decorative pond as the koi fish rise magically into the air with butterfly wings. Love this one! The original painting debuted and sold at the Dragon*Con Art Show in 2012, prints and posters are now available! My original acrylic painting. Prints available at [link] and [link]
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One of the largest pieces I have ever painted, this painting features a beautiful fairy girl flying over a distant landscape - riding on a chariot pulled through the air by magical butterflies. This piece made her debut at Dragon*Con 2012 and was acquired by Pop Gallery at Downtown Disney at the Walt Disney World Resort - where you can now see the original & Gallery Exclusive Limited Edition canvases are available. My own original acrylic painting, I love this one!
My original acrylic painting. Prints available at [link] and [link]
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One of the many fairytale-themed paintings that debuted at my Fairytale Fabulous solo show at Downtown Disney's Pop Gallery (also one I painted "live" as a demonstration at one of their "Jasmine Paints LIVE" events,) this is "Cinderella at Midnight". As the clock strikes midnight, Cinderella is caught running from the palace into the forest, leaving her glass slipper behind. Her royal coach has transformed back into a pumpkin, her gown into patched peasant rags, her coachmen into white mice. Painted with a pose and palette reminiscent of the Pre-Raphaelites, greens are very lush against the sparkling magical dust and Cinderella's shining hair. The original acrylic painting & Limited Edition Canvases can be found at Pop Gallery at Downtown Disney at the Walt Disney World Resort. Prints are also available
My original acrylic painting. Prints available at [link] and [link]
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From my "Princesses with Cats" series, this painting is a Rococo portrait style piece featuring a princess sitting daintily on a sofa holding a Maine Coon cat (inspired by my own cat, Mama Wolf). This piece debuted and was sold at Dragon*Con 2012 Art Show. This is my own original acrylic painting.
My original acrylic painting. Prints available at [link] and [link]
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"Lily" - one of my special debut paintings for FaerieCon 2012. The original itself sold at the show but I have prints & posters available! We have so many waterlilies and little spots like this around where I live in Florida - they are everywhere, especially hanging out around the ponds & swamps. Seem like great places for spotting faeries too! Thus the inspiration for this beautiful fairy sitting quietly in the forest. My original acrylic painting. My original acrylic painting. Prints available at [link] and [link]
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"Spirits of the Vine" is a new series of paintings inspired by wine, of course! This is the second installment- a beautiful nymph embodying the spirit of Chardonnay. She has a golden, velvety feel to her - much like the wine itself, and she is portrayed along side the famous white grapes with hints of high green and blush, with the white wine sparkling in a glass beside her. These original paintings & also the Limited Edition Canvases for all Spirits of the Vine are available exclusively through Pop Gallery in Downtown Disney West Side® in Walt Disney World Resort® here in Florida. My own original acrylic painting. My original acrylic painting. Prints available at [link] and [link]
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I love the piggies in this painting! Featuring the goddess Circe from Homer's Odyssey and her enemies transformed into swine, all bedecked with flowers with a Neo-Classical feel. This piece debuted at the Dragon*Con Art Show in 2012. My own original acrylic painting. My original acrylic painting. Prints available at [link] and [link]
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The seventh installment in my Poisonous Beauties series - a series of works featuring portraits of faery creatures and various poisonous plants! #7 in this series features Hemlock! From Shakespeare to Socrates, hemlock has played an important role in literature and history. And besides being deadly poison, it\'s actually has some pretty little flowers too... This painting debuted and was sold at Dragon*Con 2012, but I have prints & posters now available. My own original acrylic painting. My original acrylic painting. Prints available at [link] and [link]
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An installment in my series of paintings called "I Vampiri" (which is Italian for The Vampires) - a line of paintings that feature vampire beauties inspired by Italian Baroque & Renaissance themes and aesthetics, this piece is destined for my upcoming Vampire Oracle Deck being published by Blue Angel later this year. This painting called "I Vampiri: La Libreria" (which means "the library") explores the notion of vampiric immortality granting the individual the enviable ability of limitless reading, study of the natural & supernatural world, and the possibilities of infinite learning. The globe in the corner is an ancient "celestial globe" - one that shows the heavens full of constellations and their inpsirations rather than just the land & sea. My own original acrylic painting.
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One of the many fairytale-themed paintings that debuted at my Fairytale Fabulous solo show at Downtown Disney's Pop Gallery, this is a portrait piece illustrating Hans Christian Andersen's 'The Little Mermaid" in my traditional 'big eyed' style. Her hair cascades over a Classical statue from the human world sunken in the sea of a young man listening to the world of the sea within a seashell, just as the little mermaid holds a mysterious potion to beckon her into the world of the humans. A beautifully painted nautilus shell with it's golden spiral shape represents the continuity of life both above and below the waves. The original acrylic painting SOLD at the show, but Limited Edition Canvases can be found at Pop Gallery at Downtown Disney at the Walt Disney World Resort. Prints are also available
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