Is everyone as excited as I am???
I have been having total Pam withdrawal!!!
Happy True Blood day to my Freaky Fanatics!
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.
So here they are….
This one’s a beast..
It is painted a beastly brown color and adorned with brown “fur” for that monster wolfman look. It is lacquered to protect the paint and features a mini Woflman movie poster on top. The mini poster is also lacquered to protect the image. The inside is also painted a beastly brown and lined in a brown felt for a nice soft finish for all your spooky treasures.
This one is bloodsucking…
It is painted a blood red color and adorned with 2 bloody fangs for that monster Dracula look. It is lacquered to protect the paint and features a mini Dracula movie poster on top. The mini poster is also lacquered to protect the image. The inside is also painted a blood red and lined in a red felt for a nice soft finish for all your spooky treasures.