He is so magnificently smushy faced. I love my pup, Ralph Riner.
This portrait is the Keeper of the Night Sky, Goddess of the moon and stars and was made using Sharpie markers, watercolors, acrylic paints and very tiny rhinestones.
She is part of my “Goddess Collection” or “Goddess Portraits”
Her necklace is made of stars just as we are all made of stardust.
If you’re interested, check out my stores that sell this image and others I’ve done, as well as graphic…
This painting was done with Sharpie markers, regular watercolors and metallic watercolors.
I call her “Lady of the Wood” and she is a part of my “Goddess Collection” (portrait of a goddess)
She is meant to represent a elemental goddess that is both innocent and dangerous with her large eyes to absorb and observe everything around her (and make her look “doe” like) but, she also has her sharp horns…
Daughter of the Deep is a painting that was originally done with watercolors, Sharpie markers and acrylic paints and is a piece in my “Portrait of a Goddess” in my “Goddess Collection” series.
She is a mermaid goddess and has trinkets of her habitat adorned in her hair that has different shells and a coral comb. She has her silver jellyfish with her too.
For all the mermaids out there, the ones who…
Watercolor triquetra piece I did recently.
Marienburg Castle is a Gothic revival castle in Lower Saxony, Germany