December 1, 2022

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Stickers; take a little painting wherever you go πŸ•Š


November 23, 2022

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“Pardon Me…?” says the turkey

πŸ‚πŸ· Happy Thanksgiving πŸ¦ƒπŸŒ·

Wishing you a warm and wonderful Thanksgiving.
Hoping you have a radiant day with kin and kind 🧑

November 9, 2022

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New Holiday Greeting Cards 🌟

Currently 15% off

Deer of Peace

The Owl’s Gift

Birds of Paradise

Dashing Through the Sunset Glow

Pharus Spectrum

And many more!

November 8, 2022

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October 31, 2022

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October 12, 2022

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My Labyrinth design now available as a t shirt at Brookline Booksmith 🌟
Even includes the intention statement I wrote printed on the back πŸ™ƒ

October 6, 2022

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Draig DΓ© Danaan

New painting inspired by the fairy lore of the Tuatha Dé Danann, ancient rulers of Ireland. This wise and protective dragon is a guardian spirit of the forest 🌳🌲🌳

Prints available

September 29, 2022

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New shirts now available at Brookline Booksmith 🌟
The octopus is fully absorbed and loving it πŸ™ I nicknamed this Octosmith πŸ“˜πŸ§‘

September 27, 2022

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I’m proud to share The Seeders by best-selling author Elena Danaan, featuring my art & design. Released last week, it immediately rocketed to #1 on Amazon and Barnes & Noble.

It’s been an amazing collaboration of reciprocal inspiration. I’m honored to be involved with her document of such historic significance. I’m eagerly awaiting my copy so I can absorb all of the wisdom contained inside 🌟

For those interested in learning more-

The Seeders Book

Elena Danaan on YouTube

September 15, 2022

Filed under: News — adamsdoyle @ 3:01 pm

New squirrel paintings

As city wildlife goes, squirrels are generally welcome and do well in the urban landscape. The funny thing is, they didn’t originally choose to be here.
They were taken from forests to Central Park in NYC in the 1870s, as well as other cities like Boston and Washington, DC, to revitalize the concrete jungle. Led by founding landscape architect and conservationist Frederick Law Olmsted, he introduced them to live among us in an effort improve mental health and compassion towards animals.

The word “squirrel” traces back through Middle English, French, Latin, and originally Greek, meaning “shadow-tail.”

Oil, 9×11″

Oil, 16×9″

Energized & Prepared
Oil, 8×10″

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