Monster Faced

When I was in advanced portfolio class my senior year of high school (1999), I started to paint a set of paintings I call “Faced”. It is a set of paintings that are meant to be hung up together to give you an even bigger visual.
I actually painted quite a few of these for family, friends and customers by request. To have something I envisioned in high school be requested by so many people has always made me pretty proud.
Here is a photo of one of the sets I completed…
“Faced” Paintings by Nicole Garcia – 1999
During the summer of last year I purchased some canvas and posted how I had a new vision in mind. Well that vision is finally complete. I know a year has gone by but this is a set of paintings for my own personal collection so I was in no rush to get them done in between all my orders and art projects.
I call this version “Monster Faced”
“Monster Faced” Paintings by Nicole Garcia
Inspired by my love of horror this Frankenstein, Creature, Mummy, Wolfman, Dracula version will match the Universal Monster stuff that rocks my living room decor.
Even though this set of paintings are for my own personal collection I am always up for commission work and would be willing to paint a set of these for anyone that is interested in them.  Please use the Contact The Dead Girl link to contact me for a price quote.
LDG Nicole

We Belong Dead…..


Flashbacking to last year some more (since my last post)… thing that was highly incorporated into our wedding last Halloween was Frankenstein and the Bride of Frankenstein. My husband’s name being Frank has been a partial inspiration to my obsession with  all things Frankenstein. And it’s always been fun to be called “The Bride of Franky”. So it was important that we incorporated it. Frankenstein and the Bride was our cake topper. We also had Frankenstein hand vases as center pieces on all the tables. And the most amazing thing of all was the Frankenstein and Bride of Frankenstein wedding invitations that my Dad designed for us.

With that.. as we approach 10 months tomorrow of being married.. I would like to wish all my readers a


Frankenstein Day is on August 30. This day is in honor of author Mary Wollenstone Shelley who was born on August 30,1797. She wrote the book “Frankenstein “in 1818. This day in in honor of her birth.

We Belong Dead,
LDG Nicole