Tuesday, June 22, 2010

ACEO Original Series ... Mushrooms and Toadstools

"Fungi #1"

"Fungi #2"

"Fungi #3"

"Fungi #4"

Sunday, June 20, 2010


This is a drawing I attempted in NW Coast Style and decided to finally share in ACEO Open Edition Format.

CLAM - NW Coast Style Design (Meaning)

The shell, as a whole, symbolizes the body of the entire family and a celebration of life.  The white panels express the different branchs of the family - each separate but each a part of the whole.

The black border flowing around the shell and each panel implies the never ending cycle of life that binds the family as one.  It further denotes the different paths each takes, whether as an individual or as a group, in life’s journey.  The paths fork but eventually come together as one.

The eyes are indicative of all family members watching over each other.  Helping hands are all around to lend support and love.  Oars (paddles) represent guidance from elders to young in hopes the youth will steer toward successful and happy life paths.

The Clam designs on either side of the shell represent elders in the family who share their knowledge and skills with gentle words and caring love.  The solid circles are symbolic of the “pearls” of wisdom passed down to each new generation.

If you are interested, you can find it for sale in My Etsy Shop.

Friday, June 11, 2010

New ACEO Original Series of Buffalo Skull illustrations

Hi!  I'm pleased to share with you my recent set of a series of Buffalo Skull ACEO Originals.  I am slowly listing them in my Etsy Shop http://www.etsy.com/shop/irelandbrady starting today (6/11/2010).  I am selling the originals and a limited edition of 11 of each illustration.

The  above ACEO is available as an original ACEO ORIGINAL Buffalo Skull with Blue and Black Design by Karen Anne Brady

I hope that you enjoy my latest endeavors!  Thanks for looking!