Tag: one of a kind

Can you paint my furkid? Why yes! Yes I can.

So, it has been incredibly busy in a very positive way here at the Redstreake studio. Keeping in mind that I do have a full time job with the best boss in Alabama, working as a graphic and web designer for UAHuntsville's Earth System Science Center the last 18 years. And so, with that, my ...

In the Studio… painting away….

I thought you might like to see some of the things I am working on while I have time to paint. These are just a sneak peek of a FEW things that are coming out of the brush at the moment. Other things are florals, illustrations for a book, and the beginnings of some oils ...

N is for “Not a Good Day…”

"Not a Good Day..." watercolor on Ampersand Aquabord 4 x 4" Everybody has a bad day. Especially when you run into a huge ass blue spider that is almost 4 times as big as you and you have a plastic TOY gun. Shit. What to do... I guess next time don't piss off the boss and ...

M is for “Macaron Heaven :-)”

"Macaron Heaven!" I don't know about you but... I love macaron cookies! They are so colorful and crunchy, tasty and you can never eat just ONE! This little guy is pretty much in a sugar coma at this point. He ate his fill and is too stuffed to move. I feel like that sometimes. That's ...

L is for “Lego Enemies! *Diabolical Laughter Follows*”

"Lego Enemies!" Watercolor on Ampersand Aquabord, 5 x 7" Yes, this is what happened before the Penguin became trapped himself in the jar. He pissed off the wrong super hero. Notice he is all happy with himself but Batman is super cool and completely not worried about the situation as he drills a stare hole in ...

K is for “Kal El the Badass ;-)”

"Kal El the Badass" 2.5 x 3.5" ACEO watercolor on Ampersand Aquabord Yes, I know this is a day late, but better late than never! Superman is my all time favorite super hero. So, he was my first pick for K, Kal El. He is the baddest of the badasses. The coolest of the coolestestes. ...

G is for “Good LORD, How’d Ya Get Under THERE?!”

"G is for Good LORD, How'd Ya Get Under THERE?!" watercolor on Ampersand Aquabord, ACEO (2.5 x 3.5") This is a small painting, just 2.5 x 3.5", a quick study, really. But still fun to do! My kids set this one up and I shot it. Think The Wizard of Oz, when the house dropped ...