SkipperBay

Watercolor paintings and wearable art treasures

Castle Rock, Colorado · 586 Sales

SkipperBay

Watercolor paintings and wearable art treasures

Castle Rock, Colorado 586 Sales On Etsy since 2015

5 out of 5 stars
(87)

Announcement   Welcome to SkipperBay! I love custom orders and can paint you exactly what you are looking for!

Like Facebook.com/SkipperBayWearableArt or Follow me on Instagram (@SkipperBay) Coupons are posted on Facebook and Instagram based on holidays, follower count milestones, and sometimes just my own personal whim!

You can also like Facebook.com/SkipperBooks for deals and news on my books!
Thank you!

Announcement

Last updated on Mar 26, 2018

Welcome to SkipperBay! I love custom orders and can paint you exactly what you are looking for!

Like Facebook.com/SkipperBayWearableArt or Follow me on Instagram (@SkipperBay) Coupons are posted on Facebook and Instagram based on holidays, follower count milestones, and sometimes just my own personal whim!

You can also like Facebook.com/SkipperBooks for deals and news on my books!
Thank you!

Taryn Skipper

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Taryn Skipper

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Average item review
5 out of 5 stars
(87)
Gwyneth Jones

Gwyneth Jones on Apr 21, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Taryn is truly a gifted artist! I love my Coastal Cottage round painting! You can check it out on my blog post Wonderful Watercolor thecoastalcottagede.com for this painting and with other examples of her work! Or here! http://bit.ly/2JcfsEa

Tiffany Nelson

Tiffany Nelson on Apr 3, 2018

5 out of 5 stars

Portrait is beautiful! Looked just like the pictures I sent. Arrived on time, perfect gift for my daughter!

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Updates

I received a lovely surprise yesterday: a blog spotlight on my art by @GwynethJones !
Check out her post featuring Skipper Bay at TheCoastalCottageDE.com
House portrait in progress! I can't wait to start on the house itself, and then I'll go over everything with some finishing touches.
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About

Love of painting + active toddlers = watercolor mini-art!

I started with finger paints as a toddler, and have loved to paint and create ever since. Now that I have toddlers of my own, it's tricky--if not impossible--to finish any major art projects. But like any of life's challenges, this one brought new opportunities. I had to find a medium that I could work with for 5 minutes here and there between the needs of my children--something that wouldn't be ruined if I let the paints dry out, and that would easily wash off of curious little hands, or off of floors when I let them paint with mommy. I found the perfect medium for this new phase, and my love for watercolors was born and nurtured. Miniature art was the next obvious choice for me; I could start and finish a project during a rare and precious time they call "nap".

I love every single one of my creations, and sometimes I even give them a little silent (OK, out loud) sendoff, wishing them well on their journey to their new state or country. I hope you love them as much as I do, and if you don't see your favorite, I will be happy to paint it for you.

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  • Taryn Skipper

    Owner

    Hello! I'm Taryn Skipper, of Skipper Bay and Skipper Books. I'm a mom of two amazing young children, and I love to travel, paint, write, geocache, and learn languages, to start!

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Last updated on Mar 26, 2018
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Care instructions

Watercolor Jewelry set under glass:

-My watercolor jewelry is splash/rain-resistant but should be dried immediately to prevent possible water damage to the miniature painting.

-Do not leave pieces flat in direct sunlight for several hours as the glass can work as a magnifier for heat and cause damage to the painting. Wearing the jewelry on a sunny day is totally fine!

For original mini or full-sized watercolor paintings:

-Remove paintings from frames before cleaning the frame to avoid water seeping onto the painting, or clean frames with a dry cloth

-I use light-fast paints and archival paper, but if a painting will be hung where it will receive direct sunlight on a regular basis, UV-blocking glass is recommended.