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What is scary to an artist?

"Scary Pumpkin" by Kim Touysinhthiphonexay

5x7 inches Watercolor and Ink
Not exactly scary, but fun and easy! Colorful notecard created entirely with small plastic card (bread bag clip) and Dr Ph Martin's Hydrus Liquid Watercolors.
 
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"Scary Spider" by Kim Touysinhthiphonexay

7x5 inches Watercolor and Ink
Colorful notecard created with small plastic card (bread bag clip) and Dr Ph Martin's Hydrus Liquid Watercolors.
 

"Lone Tree" by James M Ball

18”x 24” Water color
 

"Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?" by Gail Smith

14x14 Framed Colored Pencil
Was looking for a scary pic - thought this filled the bill.
 

"Scary is a blank canvas!" by Selma Payne

5 x 7 colored pencil
 

"16, The Tower" by Cathy Carpenter

12x16" Oil paint on canvas
This is a gargoyle I painted to represent "The Tower" tarot card (#16)
 

"Pumpkin Smile" by Dave Shelley

8X10" watercolor on paper
photo of a jack O'Lantern I carved for my kids about 40 years ago
 

 

"Scary Ghosts" by Kim Touysinhthiphonexay

7x5 inches Watercolor and Ink
Colorful notecard created with wet tissue and Dr Ph Martin's Hydrus Liquid Watercolors
 
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"Winter" by James M Ball

18”x 24” Water color
 

"Blue Fin" by James M Ball

18”x24” Water Color
 

"Some people find brussel sprouts scary." by Teresa Burkert

8 x 10 colored pencil
 

"Sumatran Tiger" by Deb Jenkins

8x10 Charcoal
The Sumatran tiger is critically endangered with less than 400 tigers in the wild.
 

"Blue Jewel" by Dave Shelley

8X10" watercolor, ink, and acrylic
Did this for my daughter-in-law - a real Dragon fanatic
 

 

 

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