ArtistTooStudio

Paintings On Brick Pavers,Mannequin Heads, Paintings

Washington, North Carolina · 25 Sales

ArtistTooStudio

Paintings On Brick Pavers,Mannequin Heads, Paintings

Washington, North Carolina 25 Sales On Etsy since 2008

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Announcement   My acrylic paintings on brick pavers and canvas are great for limited wall space. They can be used for decorating tables, shelves, mantles and doorstops. Use my sculptured mannequin heads to hold a scarf, hat or wig. They can also be displayed as they are. I offer refunds if you are not happy with your purchases. Thanks for visiting.

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Last updated on Jan 2, 2017

My acrylic paintings on brick pavers and canvas are great for limited wall space. They can be used for decorating tables, shelves, mantles and doorstops. Use my sculptured mannequin heads to hold a scarf, hat or wig. They can also be displayed as they are. I offer refunds if you are not happy with your purchases. Thanks for visiting.

Sandra Cherry Jones

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Cynthia Sillitoe

Cynthia Sillitoe on Jan 7, 2015

5 out of 5 stars

This is beautiful! The colors and detail are amazing! It shipped quickly and was very carefully packaged. Thanks!

bitsofthisandthat

bitsofthisandthat on Nov 7, 2013

5 out of 5 stars

Item was well made - thanks. (I hate Etsy's new review policy - making us write more than we intended - We all will end up with fewer "reviews" because of the policy. My original "review" was "Terrific - Thanks!" - that wasn't good enough for Etsy, but I think a better review than what I ended up leaving! Sorry - loved your item, hate Etsy's new policy)

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About

Art for Your Happy Place

I describe my art as "Art for Your Happy Place". My paintings and sculptures are conversation starters as well as unique art pieces. My paintings on bricks are images that most artists would paint on canvas but I enjoy this unique art form. The most time consuming part of creating my paintings on bricks is preparing the bricks. In most cases I like to get the bricks smooth enough to paint my images. This require layers of primer. Afterwards I draw the main lines of the image that I want to paint followed by the acrylic paint. You might think making small paintings would be easy. Not.
I recently added my sculptured mannequin heads to my shop. They are made of sturdy paper mache. The creating of them require a lot of time and patience but for some reason I find the whole process relaxing. I never know how they are going to look or even what kind of expression they are going to have. There is a bit of mystery about it. These lovely ladies would look great in many settings. They will definitely turn heads and be talked about wherever they are. They are attractive and functional. You can use them to hold a hat, headband, scarf and necklaces. Place them on a table or shelf and let the talks begin. Do you have a boutique or other retail business? Let these ladies display your products.

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  • Sandra Cherry Jones (Self Portrait)

    Owner, Painter/Sculptor

    I have always enjoyed creating things and sharing my creations with family and friends, but in 1999 I entered an art show and sold my first painting. I love creating and sharing what I do with as many people as possible.

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