Style1½ inches thick (3.75 cm) Product Details Artist grade canvas, archival inks, wooden stretcher bars, and UVB protective coating
AvailablityUsually ships within five business days. ArtistPenny Pausch Platinum Member CollectionZenArt
Description This was done little by little while waiting for kids at doctor's office or other activities. It is a black and white Zentangle drawing. It evolved into a dog and man looking at what I would call The Beast (bull). Can you see the person riding the face of the beast? I find this very humorous in that the beast looks like he hasn't got a clue of what's going on and the dog and man seem to see what the beast doesn't!---There's a boy plastered to the beast's face. Maybe the Beast is still looking for him and he is 'right in front of his face'. There seems to be some anticipation on what the Beast will do next! I finally resisted color in my art. This original piece is 5' x 7'. To see or buy some of my original art go to PjCreates.etsy.com.
Penny Pausch, Jonesboro Member Since February 2012 Artist Statement I grew up way back in the hills of Missouri (U.S.). I was a country girl and loved every moment of it. My sister and I did not have many toys and so we played outside on trees and other things in the woods and learned to use our imagination. This has become an asset to me. I knew by the 5th grade that I wanted to be an artist more than anything else. I like to paint, sew, minipulate objects so that they are interesting, cook, and write poetry. One of my goals is to write a poetry book and illustrate it. I recently have gone back to college after 17 years of raising my children.