J is for Jellyfish at the Chattanooga Aquarium


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J is for Jellyfish. At first, I had a hard time figuring out what I was going to do for J. So, I resorted to asking my 8 year olds. Maarten was the most helpful. First thing out of his mouth was “Jellyfish, of course.” I said, “Well…that’s a good idea!” He says, “You ARE good at painting those, remember the one you did for me? It was rockin’!” (see rockin’ jellyfish for Maarten here). Ok, so here is another Jellyfish, photo taken at the Chattanooga Aquarium :-).

See the listing for this ACEO on Etsy.

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  1. And he’s right–you are good at painting jellyfish! Gotta love it when your kid thinks something you did was “rocking.” πŸ™‚

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  2. omg –side note–just got a second to look at your store–LOVE it. I’m a complete sucker for blue Ball mason jars and pitcures of those old kitchy signs where is looks like you’re standing underneath them looking up. Now I’m not at all suprised that I randomly picked your blog out of the list of 2000. It was meant to be. Now, the hard part, deciding what to order πŸ™‚

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    1. Those mason jars get me every time, I don’t know how many I have painted, but it is A LOT… I am working on another right now actually, a big one!! Stay tuned!!

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  3. I think Jellyfish are beautiful and unique looking creatures. I have seen them in the aquariums at Myrtle Beach, South Carolina and Gatlinburg, Tennessee.

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    1. I love them, too! It was my son’s idea to paint the first one, since then, I am anxious to do a really BIG one! Thanks for checking out my work! πŸ™‚

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