Large faux clock face table

 I painted an old clock face on this 42″ square black coffee table.  The clock face, itself, measures about 35-37″ across.  The border of the table was painted to look like a wooden trim detail.

This piece is sold.

Large clock face table

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Turquoise and Turtle bracelet

 Blue turquoise rounds strung to frame a beautiful carved turtle bone bead.  An antique of amber color is centered in the bracelet.  Handmade sterling toggle clasp with a corn cob charm dangling.

Sized to fit medium to large wrist.

$50

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Folding table tray trompe

 This piece has sold, but I am adding it to my portfolio here.  An older, maybe ’60s piece with a dark mahogany stain.  This is a unique folding table/tray.  I have painted a doily (one of my grandmother’s oldies) and an old book with a gold pocket watch on top.

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Mini eye painting: female left #4

In the Victorian era, people had their “miniatures” painted.  Sometimes just a mystery lover’s eye in a locket or on an ivory button.  I love the concept.  Windows to the soul, an image of the eye is very expressive.  These are painted on miniature 2″x2″ stretched canvases .  They come with a mini easel to display it on, but can easily be hung somewhere in a nook on a wall, from a tiny nail or standing tack.  …perhaps within a cluster of other pictures.

Female left eye:  #4

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$36

Mini eye painting: male eye #2

In the Victorian era, people had their “miniatures” painted.  Sometimes just a mystery lover’s eye in a locket or on an ivory button.  I love the concept.  Windows to the soul, an image of the eye is very expressive.  These are painted on miniature 2″x2″ stretched canvases .  They come with a mini easel to display it on, but can easily be hung somewhere in a nook on a wall, from a tiny nail or standing tack.  …perhaps within a cluster of other pictures.

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$36

Miniature eye: female #3

In the Victorian era, people had their “miniatures” painted.  Sometimes just a mystery lover’s eye in a locket or on an ivory button.  I love the concept.  Windows to the soul, an image of the eye is very expressive.  These are painted on miniature 2″x2″ stretched canvases .  They come with a mini easel to display it on, but can easily be hung somewhere in a nook on a wall, from a tiny nail or standing tack.  …perhaps within a cluster of other pictures.

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$36