Big hair and bold gold, I feel like she is very Leo season appropriate, no?
oh hey, if you ever get curious about why the heck it takes me so long to post on my website, check me out on the ‘gram and get curious about why the heck it takes me so long to post there too 🙂 @cwheels
slowly but surely new paintings, prints, and posts will be arriving to Courtney XO this spring….see you all soon:-)
Happy New Year! So grateful for all the wonderful things that came my way in 2012, including You, the wonderful people who have made this year extra special for me. Thank you for your support & I look forward to another great year with you all. Here’s to a year full of success, good health, love & happiness (also pie). Welcome 2013!
Just a girl, her lovely afro, & some beautiful abstracts by a toddler & his aunt. All three were created during a little “art class” session with my 3 year old nephew. Meaning he barged in while I was working on my girl and demanded his own brush. We just painted up a storm mixing and blending colors on top of each others. I really had a blast and thought I’d share the finished product with you all. Forget established artist collaborations, grab a small child* and break out the paint! Thinking I shall hang these as a triptych. Get your own Purple Haze girl over at the shop.
“the way you look should be a sin, you my sensation”
These prints available for sale until Thursday, so make sure you get yours before they’re gone!
*Update due to Hurricane Sandy, these print’s availability will be extended to Sunday, November 4th
Once there was a girl named Jenny. She was like all the other girls, except for one thing. She always wore a green ribbon around her neck.
There was a boy named Alfred in her class. Alfred liked Jenny, and Jenny liked Alfred.
One day he asked her, ” Why do you wear that ribbon all the time?”
” I cannot tell you,” said Jenny.
But Alfred kept asking, ” Why do you wear it?” And Jenny would say, “It is not important.”
Jenny and Alfred grew up and fell in love. One day they got married.
After their wedding Alfred said, “Now that we are married you must tell me about the green ribbon.” “You still must wait,” said Jenny. “I will tell you when the right time comes.”
Years passed. Alfred and Jenny grew old. One day Jenny became very sick. The doctor told her she was dying. Jenny called Alfred to her side.
” Alfred,” she said, “now I can tell you about the green ribbon. Untie it, and you will see why I could not tell you before.” Slowly and carefully, Alfred untied the ribbon….
and Jenny’s head fell off.
— Alvin Schwartz, In a Dark, Dark Room and Other Scary Stories