I live in Connecticut with one husband and 4 cats. I have work for sale in my Etsy shop and in galleries in the U.S. If you have any questions about a specific piece .... please email me . My work is considered as Contemporary Folk Art or sometimes as outsider art. One of my paintings is in the permanent collection of The Hurn Museum of Contemporary Folk Art in Georgia. My paintings have appeared in Raw Vision magazine and Folk Art messenger magazine .
Cavalier Gallery...... 2007 - 2011
Christopher Park Gallery. [ currently ]
The Beverly Kaye Gallery. [ currently ]
Checkered House Gallery [ 2007 - 2010 ]
America Oh Yes [ 2005 - 2008 ]
Greenwich Workshop ... [ Top 40 small works 2008 and 2009 ]
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you crack me up! i vote for scary jerry! big hug, deborah
LOL! My cat make that same scary face, but I'm gonna say Jerry.
Thanks for the laugh...Lisa
You are hilarious. They're quite a pair!
Oh...Buddy is to cute to be scary...so I guess poor Jerry is it. LOL :)
This was the ONE time I was happy his eyes photographed like this !
Yep. Buddy's eyes win my vote for mostest scardiest!
I guess I'll have to say Buddy! When my sisters and I were growing up my mom had a friend who visited often and he had a puppet like that. His name was Dusty. We sooo thought he was real and LOVED him! Great pic!!
Jerry! Hands down!
Thanks everyone !
Buddy is so darn cute! I love this picture and don't really find anything scary about it, sorry. Do Buddy and Jerry play together? Hang out together, wash each other's cheeks perhaps? Or is it a case of they tolerate each other and vie for your affection?
I remember Jerry Mahoney from the days when Paul Winchell was on the old b/w tv! He and Knucklehead Smith were such a hoot back then. His daughter, April Winchell, does voice-overs for commercials and cartoons, and had a very funny, outrageous radio show out here in LA a couple of years ago.
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