Oklahoma City, Oklahoma · 2 Sales



Oklahoma City, Oklahoma 2 Sales On Etsy since 2012

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Original paintings and prints for your space.


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It all started because I like t-shirts ...

and I wanted a new, unusual t-shirt for my birthday. I wanted my own cool, new, unusual t-shirt. One I designed.

So I designed one.

And I wore it for the first time on my birthday. It was cool. And it made me very happy. Oddly enough, it made others happy.

Then I started thinking that everyone should get things that only they had. Or at least things that only a few people had. Things that were not available in every big box store through the land. Something your neighbor doesn't have.

I also think that everyone should have access to art. It should be plentiful, and bold. It should be on street corners, in schools and churches, and billboards.

[In a perfect world, people would walk around wearing t-shirts adorned with work by Van Gogh carrying coffee cups decorated by Norman Rockwell past hanging copies of work by Picasso, but I digress ... ]

So in keeping with the two guiding principles - art for all but not the same art for all - I started this shop.


Shop members

  • Trace

    Owner, Designer, Shipper

    I am an artist living and working in Oklahoma City, OK. I am originally from the SE suburbs of Philadelphia, PA - send me cheesesteaks, soft pretzels, and birch beer.

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Last updated on February 18, 2015

Welcome to my shop. I hope you enjoy your time here.

If there is a piece of artwork that you have envisioned and I can create it for you, contact me ... we'll talk. I'll paint. You'll hang. It'll be cool.

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I ship via USPS.

Shipping for paintings and some custom pieces are priced based on the piece itself as carriers charge by the size of the package. Bigger painting = bigger $