acrylic and china marker on paper HxW 17" x 13" Original in private collection Art prints available
There it was! The magic lava lamp! This was the right house after all. They moved carefully around the room to check for any hidden cameras or listening devices. "It's clean sir" "Good, good, now we need to move fast ...wait what was that??" They froze and listened. Indeed there was a shuffling sound in the other room. "Sir? You don't think it's the..." "Yes, son I'm afraid it is." They stared at each other. They both knew what this meant. The bear had won again.
This is one of my favorite paintings. I really like this bear. I like how the bear's eyes and expression turned out. Usually when I paint, other than painting the eyes more human-like and having the bear look directly at the viewer, I actually don't have control over how the bears expression turns out. It may be because of lack of technique but each bear is different. It is always a surprise to me.
I love the lava lamp. Lava lamps were the best things weren't they? So campy but I always thought it had an alien science fiction look about it .
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All my prints are made by Bay Photo in CA, Bay photo uses premium archival inks . The paper that is used on my site is
Canson Infinity Print MaKing Rag
Formerly Known As BFK Rives, 310 Gsm, No OBAs, 100% Rag, Pure White, Acid-Free, Mould-Made
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