I have the results of those efforts, prompted by Betty Duffy's real art.
(This, btw, is proof this blog has jumped the shark!)
I call this "someone left the cake out in the rain". It was painted using only the best oil paints available at Kroger's Grocery store. Circa 1999.
"The Diamond" is a retrospective in the folk art vein asking the question: "What if someone who knew nuthin' about paintin' were to paint a baseball diamond?" Your answer appeareth. It evokes all the playfulness of America's game.
"The Battle of the Sexes" was inspired by the anniversary of the Bobby Riggs v. Billy Jean King match of 1973. It speaks to primal urges using a primary color.
No model was used in the production of this work, believe it or not.
"Risin' Sun, Indiana" looks better in person. Honestly.