Saturday, October 18, 2008

"Grab the Candy and Run!" for Illustration Friday "Late"


This is Gracie one of my favorite Basset Hound Characters inspired by my dog Gracie, and she would certainly be arriving late as usual to the feast OR drive off into the sunset on a scooter with a haul of the feast's finest candy.

This is an ACEO and original Art Cart size work of art. Painted with Winsor & Newton Finity Acrylics on Arches 140 lb cold press watercolor paper.

Art Card Editions & Originals are always 2 1/2" x 3 1/2" A fun, inexpensive, addictive way to collect the Baseball card size latest works of your Favorite Living Artist!

This art was created for Illustration Friday's "Late"
and the ACEO/ATC Enthusiasts Group on eBay
weekly Challenge "Feast"
You can see and bid on this art here

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Thanks!
Pam Tanzey
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Meadow Princess My newest ACEO


She is supposed to be sleeping, Autumn Princess of the meadow.
She's snuggled safely where the long grass and wildflowers grow,
but there's still too much to look at and so much she wants to know.

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Just listed on ebay
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Pam Tanzey
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Sunday, October 12, 2008

Are You a Good Witch or a Bad Witch?

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Our family members, whether human or animal, come along to be with us as a soul group time after time. We choose each other bound by our emotions. We reflect each other. We internalize each other.

6" x 6" acrylic on Aquaboard

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Thanks,

Pam


Monday, September 29, 2008

Commission: Peaches & Bubba


This is Peaches and Bubba
the adored Bassets of Mystery Writer Sue Ownes Wright.
Their portrait was commissioned by Sue's Husband Keith
as a surprize for their 35th Wedding Anniversary.

Saturday, September 27, 2008

Message From The Rainbow Bridge


I just listed this one today. It’s an older large painting that was also an illustration in Dogs International in 1996.

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Message From the Rainbow Bridge

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Pam Tanzey

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Friday, September 26, 2008

New ACEO


"Sweet Bliss"
A Tennis Ball, A Pool, A Yellow Lab, That's Some Dripping Wet Sweet Bliss!

You can see and bid on
this Original Acrylic ACEO here:

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Pam Tanzey
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Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Woo Hoo My First ACEO Award!


"Samantha"
This ACEO was created for the ACEO group's Theme Week on eBay
The theme was Your Favorite TV show when you were a kid
I chose Bewitched and as it was also one of my
Trader Joe's series of ACEOs I wrote a little gingle for it
much like the Burma Shave roadway signs.

"Samantha"
She's flown across time
With a twitch of her nose
To get dinner for Darren
From where else, Trader Joe's!

Woo Hoo it won the People's Choice award!

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Pam
Sign Goddess by day at Trader Joe's
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Sunday, September 14, 2008

Waiting for the Green Flash


Wolfgang and His Best Mousie

Watching the Sunset at Tamarack Beach

It's what best friends do.


This is an ACEO Original Acrylic painting on Arches 140 lb cold press watercolor paper.

ACEO's are always 2 1/2" x 3 1/2"

The Baseball card sized art that is a fun way to collect Original art from your favorite Living Artist!

You can see and bid on this art here:

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Pam

Thursday, September 11, 2008

New ACEO Mystery Group Dare!


"Waiting for My Mousies to Dry"

This is a "mystery group dare" from the ATC & ACEO Enthusiasts group on eBay

Five Artists took the Dare to paint their version of

"3 Up,3 Down"

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Pam

Sunday, September 7, 2008

Black Cat Acrylic Painting


"Behind the Veil of Lace"

She comes in the night taking refuge in my yard.
I can feel her watching me and for a moment
she lets herself be seen behind the veil of Queen Anne's lace.


This piece is my first experience painting on Ampersand Aquabord.
It is on a 6"x 6" museum series panel.
It has a lovely texture. I used Winsor Newton Finity Acrylics.

I just listed it on eBay here:
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Pam

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Mural Mosaic Le Cadeau du Cheval-My Panel #190


John Henry of Our Hearts

This is my panel for Le Cadeau du Cheval
The Horse Gift


There are 238 artist's panels making up a mother image that will be revealed
September 3rd at the Masters in Spruce Meadows, Calgary AB Canada

Here is the panel as I received it

Panels are 16"x16"
Mural Mosaic had a list of horses they would like to be considered for the mural
of the famous Race horses I was thrilled to see John Henry listed and requested him. We were shown panels available and could pick three. I got my first choice #190 although when it came I wondered what the heck I was thinking. It worked out well.

Here is my thumbnail for John Henry
It's kind of artist shorthand. It looks like a scribble but I can see it more developed. Here is my working sketch-
John Henry was a grand old man. He was the first Thoroughbred millionaire. That is the John Henry of history. He raced until he was nine years old then retired to the Kentucky Horse Park where he lived until last year. He passed away at 32. He is the John Henry of our hearts. The name plate was on his door. the memorial stone was place on his grave by those who loved him. We thought he would always be there.