Friday, December 24, 2010
This is a 5x7 inch on stretched canvas I am putting up on eBay with a starting bid of .99¢ at 11:30am EST, Christmas Day.
Hope everyone has a nice Christmas! :)
Yep! A Sandman/Snowman! Gotta love those tourists! ;)
Saturday, December 4, 2010
PS. If you would like this SeaAngel, the information for the charity is at http://urnangel.com
URNAngel.com (You Are An Angel)
Thursday, November 11, 2010
Proceeds of this eBay auction are going to Andrew Thornton to help defray mounting medical bills.
Andrew is a jewelry designer / artist diagnosed with cancer.
More about Andrew here: http://andrew-thornton.blogspot.com/
To make a direct donation via paypal, here's his PPal: firstname.lastname@example.org
Thursday, October 28, 2010
the fog has risen to help make this evening rain.
The wind begins to pick up and the rustle of plants and trees steal the soft sounds of the swamp.
18x24" on stretched canvas ready to frame or not.
$300. free USA shipping.
Thursday, September 9, 2010
Twenty Years After the Exxon Valdez: A Conversation with Natalie Fobes
Liam Moriarty (2009-03-05)
The oil tanker Exxon Valdez aground on Bligh Reef and pouring oil into Alaska's Price Williams Sound, March 25, 1989 ©Natalie Fobes www.fobesphoto.com
SEATTLE (KPLU) - This month marks the 20th anniversary of the Exxon Valdez oil spill in Alaska's Prince Williams Sound. Seattle photojournalist Natalie Fobes covered the spill for National Geographic magazine and was one of the first outsiders on the scene. KPLU environment reporter Liam Moriarty spoke with Fobes in our Seattle studios.
copy/paste this link to listen: http://www.publicbroadcasting.net/kplu/news.newsmain?action=article&ARTICLE_ID=1477009§ionID=1
Monday, August 16, 2010
Friday, July 30, 2010
Soldier Ride Miami, FL to Key West, FL
January 12-16, 2011
Miami – Middle Keys – Key West, FL
Sunday, July 11, 2010
"SEA TURTLE" 12x12" and #5 of the Coral Fish Set.
"JELLY FISH" 12x12 . It GLOWS in the Dark like Mad!
Ebay auctions being run by Florida Coastline to help the Gulf Oil Disaster clean up.
Starting bids are $50 . she has a BIN (Buy It Now) price of $99. Once a bid is placed,
that option is no longer available and I can guarantee you I would NOT sell these myself at that low price. It is ONLY for the Gulf Cleanup.
Friday, July 9, 2010
12" x 12" original on stretched canvas.
100% of proceeds go to Florida Coastline to help pay for hazardous cleanup training for volunteers.
FREE shipping with a starting bid of $50. Listed on eBay Here:
Sunday, July 4, 2010
Monday, June 28, 2010
http://www.gulfemergencysummit.org/ Gulf Emergency Summit .org
Tuesday, June 8, 2010
What is Hands Across The Sand?
A Message To The World
In the next two days Hands Across The Sand will go International. Any country will be able to plan events on this website. This is a peaceful gathering of the people of the world. Planning an event is as simple as this: Go to YOUR beach on June 26 at 11:00 A.M. in your time zone. Form lines in the sand and at 12:00, JOIN HANDS. The image is powerful, the message is simple. NO to Offshore Oil Drilling, YES to Clean Energy.
The Movement Started In Florida
- To organize a national movement to oppose offshore oil drilling and champion clean energy and renewables. These gatherings will bring thousands of American citizens to our beaches and cities and will draw metaphorical and actual lines in the sand; human lines in the sand against the threat oil drilling poses to America’s coastal economies and marine environment.
- To convince our State Legislators, Governors, Congress and President Obama to stop the expansion of offshore oil drilling and to adopt policies encouraging clean and renewable energy sources. America needs legislation that creates tax incentives and subsidies to encourage the growth of clean energy and renewable industries for America’s future.
An Opportunity of National Importance
Now is the time for America and our leaders to join hands and steer our country’s energy policy away from our dependence on fossil fuels and into the light of clean energy and renewables.
Join hands with us and draw a line in the sand against offshore oil drilling.
Saturday, May 29, 2010
Tuesday, May 11, 2010
Just 10 miles from the nesting grounds of one noisy colony of brown pelicans, more than 3 million gallons of oil are lurking. That threatens species already decimated by the disappearance of marshlands.
Complete Story Here: http://tinyurl.com/2fdzf98
Tuesday, May 4, 2010
The FULL POST here: http://www.news-press.com/article/20100504/GREEN/100503069/1007
The oil spill and wildlife
• WHAT: Citizens who spot affected wildlife should contact the Deepwater Horizon Response Line
•WHERE: Call 866-557-1401. To report an oiled shoreline or request volunteer information, call 866-448-5816.
The Effects of Oil on Wildlife
• Birds and other marine life can suffer from the effects of an oil spill. Even small spills can severely affect marine wildlife.
• Oil spills have different impacts on wildlife and the surrounding environment, depending on the type of oil, location of the spill, species of wildlife in the area, and timing of breeding cycles and migrations.
• Oil coats animals’ bodies with a thick layer that may become stickier over time and adhere even more.
• Some fish are attracted to oil because it looks like floating food. Sea birds, attracted to schools of fish, may dive through oil slicks to get to them.
• Oil that sticks to fur or feathers, can cause:
• Hypothermia. Birds also lose body weight as their metabolism tries to combat low body temperature.
• Marine mammals lose weight when they cannot feed.
• Poisoning of young through the mother. For example, a dolphin calf can absorb oil through its mothers milk.
• Birds become easy prey, as they are less able to fly away. They may become dehydrated and starve.
• Birds sink or drown because oiled feathers weigh more, and sticky feathers cannot trap enough air to keep birds buoyant.
• Damage to the insides of animals’ and birds’ bodies, for example causing ulcers or bleeding in their stomachs if they ingest the oil.
• Poisoning of wildlife higher up the food chain if they eat large amounts of other organisms that have taken oil into their tissues.
• Damage to the lungs of marine mammals and turtles, congestion, pneumonia, emphysema and even death by breathing in droplets of oil, fumes or gas
• Damage to marine mammals’ or turtles’ eyes, which can cause ulcers, conjunctivitis and blindness.
• Irritation or ulceration of skin, mouth or nasal cavities.
• Suppression of a marine mammal’s immune system, sometimes causing secondary bacterial or fungal infections.
Source: Australia Maritime Safety Authority; visit www.amsa.gov.au/marine_environment_protection/
Thursday, April 15, 2010
Listed some more Artist Trade Cards for .99¢ on eBay. These are Original Paintings, not prints.
Tuesday, April 6, 2010
For decades, these cards were once only traded between artists, but now are being sold to collectors as well by many artists.
They are the size of baseball cards and a very collectible and affordable way to collect original art.
Thursday, March 11, 2010
Let The Buyer Beware. http://tinyurl.com/yd5x4cg
(click on the blog title to find out where this art is being hawked)
We spent a large amount of money on various overpriced, and now also forged art, with worthless appraisals. Here's their story:
I've been working on business things, (YUCK!)and have no finished paintings to show, so here's an old one. It's an 8x10 on canvas panel from my artist's samples.
Thursday, March 4, 2010
Just finished up a week long workshop with Patrick Kirwin at The Paint Factory in Orlando.
This is my painting. What do ya think? LOL!
Here's a link to Patrick's site:
Thursday, February 18, 2010
The Farm and Ranch Freedom Alliance (FARFA) is leading the fight to save family farms and individuals from expensive and unnecessary government regulation. Help us protect our food supply and our liberties!
The National Animal Identification System ("NAIS") poses a serious threat to all farmers, ranchers, livestock owners, and companion-animal owners, whether they are organic or conventional, small or large, involved with animals for business or for pleasure. If it is made mandatory, every person with even one horse, cow, chicken, pig, goat, sheep, or virtually any other livestock animal on their premises will be required to register their homes and property into a database and subject their property and animals to government surveillance.
link to website is on the right "Farm & Ranch Freedom" to read the WHOLE story.