Art in my Pajamas: Rock Star Monster!

It was an evening with some terrific requests that were a lot of fun, especially the Rock Star Monster. I reminisced about the times when microphones were on cords. Not being a musician,I prefer them. I don’t like the headset thing. But, I am certain that musicians today find them much more convenient.
All drawings from Art in My Pajamas are always for sale, $10 each plus shipping in a tube. Paper is 18 x 24. Will sign/personalize or even make a duplicate. Proceeds benefit my cat rescue.

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Pasquale, the Italian Restaurant owner from Cam and Friends
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Rock Star Monster
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Monster Needing Haircut, straight out of Quarantine!

Art in my Pajamas: Minotaur, Chimera and Fish-Cock-Horse Thing!

It was another fun evening of drawing for my guests on Art in my Pajamas. We went with a Mythology theme with a touch of the Medieval. At my viewers’ requests, I drew a minotaur,a chimera(which I determinedly mispronounce) and a rooster with a horse head and fish tail! Even cooler was that all drawings sold! I offer each one for $10, and I can redraw the subject if someone else wants the same one. All of it goes toward my kitty rescue efforts!

 

Art in my Pajamas: The Kelpie

We got a little spooky on Art in my Pajamas since the lights wouldn’t work—the fluorescent light in my office refused to come on . I drew one of my very favorite monsters—-a kelpie, from Scotland. I am quite Scottish on the maternal side and I love Scottish folklore.
Art in my Pajamas is my live Facebook feed I do every Saturday night at 8PM EST. I am working to move it to Instagram to reach a wider audience.

Kelpie

Shark Week 2018: Great Clips Tie-In!

Great Clips hair styling salon has partnered with SHARK WEEK yet again!
For every Great Clips Online Check-In app downloaded during the month of July, Great Clips will donate $1 to Oceana shark conservation efforts (up to $10,000).

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The largest international conservation group working solely to protect the world’s oceans. Oceana is teaming up with Discovery to help protect vulnerable hammerhead sharks. These unusual and amazing sharks are one of the species most threatened by the shark fin trade.