Hot off the presses! On sale close to the #mountshastafarmersmarket which takes place on Mondays from 3:30–6 pm in 400 N Mount Shasta Blvd neighborhood.
These usually run for $5 each. I also do Commissions for $7–10 each. One very generous young dude gave me a $20. 😍 I frequently prospect and sell these on the streets and at the gatherings of Mount Shasta, California. We are along I-5, just an hour’s drive South of the Oregon border. We are a strong tourist economy.
Somebody cares about my photography! Am proud to be helping build Google Maps. My favorite map app; I have written numerous reviews of local and other NorCal eateries, hangouts, fave retailers and such. Am glad to be reading the patterns. Following the trends!
My latest greeting card for sale!
I borrowed from a wall mural at a local wifi cafe. Andrew, one of the owners, just had a baby girl! Micah is his brother. They serve up coffee, tea, bagels, panini and salads, etc. I borrowed light and shadow from the table next to me. Added the chandelier, and turned a Millennial male customer with flowered grey shorts on into T-Rex.
I saw a T-Rex puppets at the nearby ePuppets store. I am praying for an economic healing in Mount Shasta. So sorry to see Village Books and Crystal Angels close! Boo!
Danielle is the proprietor of ePuppets on North Mount Shasta Blvd! He’s my biggest collector. I name him “a believing mirror”. Every artist needs at least one! He sells children’s toys and games. I encourage all travelers along I-5 in Northern California to stop by and buy some toys! Parents and grandparents take note! Below is Danielle with his Altar….
Durga is a Goddess of India. Her mantra cleared up my DNA in a very physical way! While she was fighting off demons, Kali sprang out of her forehead! I don’t know many facts about Durga Ma, but she tells me she cries real tears whenever I or any other deprive ourselves of pleasure unnecessarily. WOW. I am learning more. She is known in Russian Faery tales as “the Princess Riding the Tiger”. Sometimes, she rides a lion, instead! Here, she is many-armed, like a number of Hindu Gods.
This one’s on sale for $5. I still need to master landscapes! Buildings with their shadows are intriguing. This is a study of Alma Street and North Mount Shasta Blvd. That’s where we hold our Monday afternoon Farmer’s Market, 3:30-6 pm, until mid-October. And yes, they take EBT/CalFresh and double it with chips or cards, up to maybe $10 worth? Many Farmer’s Markets throughout California will do that! Encourage everyone to eat healthy!
I did this with a silver pen plus Prismacolors and graphite pencils. $5 if you are traveling I-5 through NorCal or Southern Oregon!
Above is Lakshmi, the Hindu Goddess of Wealth. This is Stage 2. I have captured most of the essential details. This took quite awhile to get to this stage. There are supposed to be 4 white elephants in the background, each holding a pink lotus and spraying water out of its trunk.