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Well...ain't that pretty, who did that?
clownfoodpacket pusherin the wallsRegistered Userregular
I just received a dresser that I commissioned a friend to paint for another friend's newborn kid. She did an amazing job for me yet again.
Okay...so the eyes might give the kid a nightmare from time to time, but it is still some great work. The pictures don't show how stunning the background color is. My friends have seen her ability and have commissioned her to do various things such as wood burning logos into axe handles, sew up custom cribbage boards and do traditional canvas paintings. She is building quite the portfolio just from requests from my circle of friends.
This it got me thinking about some of the interesting art pieces people have. Not just that which you hang on your wall, but statues, sculptures, etc etc. Do you frequent local artists or lurk on ebay for potential treasures. And don't forget to share pictures of some of the great traditional and non-traditional art pieces that you own.