Morbid Smile Art: ink, paint, and water color

Locust Grove, Georgia

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Note from shop owner Taking a post-holidays break! Shop reopens February 1, 2021 ❤️

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Last updated on Jan 1, 2021

Taking a post-holidays break! Shop reopens February 1, 2021 ❤️


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About MorbidSmile

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On Etsy since 2018

Ink, paint, and water color with a spooky edge

Welcome to Morbid Smile Art! I'm Kelley M. Frank, a horror artist and author. I also write horror film reviews for the Atlanta-based Dead, Buried, and Back.

For my artwork, I use traditional media for a beautifully unsettling experience. I specialize in creepy and pop art, as well as abstract work expressing her emotional states.

Growing up in rural Georgia and watching the city grow up around me, I witnessed plenty of creepy moments. I channel that sense of displacement, born of poverty and the relentless school bullying through grade school, in my work. I hold a Master’s in Composition and Rhetoric/Creative Writing and held a professorship for years before resigning to pursue my art full time. I'm also an Affiliate with the Atlanta Chapter of the Horror Writer’s Association and a regular attendee and panelist at conventions like Dragon*Con, MomoCon, and Anime Weekend Atlanta in the Atlanta area. My pet interests – death and burial, the occult, fan culture, and gender – translate to all areas of my work.

I'm also a Slytherin, an asexual witch, and an outspoken advocate for the strange and unusual. Thank you for supporting my work.

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Last updated on Aug 9, 2020
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Custom and personalized orders

Yes, I do take acrylic pour commissions. Send a photo of your room I bright sunlight or of the colors you want. We can work together to create a beautiful investment piece for your space within your budget.

Care instructions

Pendants are made of glass cabochons, and glass is fragile. Handle with common sense to keep it from chipping or scuffing. For silver settings, wash with baking soda and water or silver polish if tarnished.

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I stand by my products. If you have any problems, contact me via Etsy messaging and I will be happy to help.