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Velvet Dog Paintings: Sawyer chasing demons; Dini as angel bumblebee

WHAT: Velvet dog paintings by Ryn Gargulinski

WHY: Honor my two dearly departed dogs: Sawyer the demon chaser and Dini the lovebug.

HOW: Acrylic on velvet

WHEN: 2015

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Happy Chameleon

What It Is

Happy Chameleon

Pen and ink, acrylic paint on canvas

Why I Created It

This sweet chameleon dude was created as an art therapy project asking us to create art that represented a happy moment in our lives. My thoughts immediately turned to soothing serenity I felt on a yoga retreat in Tulum, Mexico, where a bigfat chameleon hung out in the corner of the studio hut watching our yoga sessions.

The interior of the chameleon features small, detailed drawings of my path to happiness throughout life, with birth starting at the guys tail and current state ending at his nose.

Want One?

In addition to making you smile every time you glance at it, your own personal Happy Chameleon can contain a rundown on the happiest moments in your life.

More details at ryndustries Etsy shop.

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Fulton Street Fish Market Painting: Skeleton Fish Art

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school of rynksi skeleton fish
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skeleton fish are so delish!

Fresh fish may taste better but fish skeletons look better in a hot pink painting.

This cheery pink school of skeletal fish was inspired by once being stuck beneath a smelly overpass near New York City’s Fulton Street. While the real-life scene included blood, guts and other debris, the rynski rendition is crisp, clean and devoid of any foul odors.

Makes a great conversation piece for any kitchen or an ornate addition to any office or bedroom. Customize the design with your favorite colors or skeletal creatures.

Stretched canvas on wood frame measures 30 wide x 24 high.

See more details on Etsy.

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Skeletal Bikers Painting: Biking in Tucson

Anyone who has tried to ride a bicycle in sunny Tucson will immediately get the gist of this original painting.

Inspired by reporting on bicycle crashes throughout Old Pueblo, this work depicts the many cycle fatalities and injuries that awaits in the desert.

It also serves as a fine reminder to always wear your helmet.

Stretched canvas on wood frame measures 22 wide x 28 high.

Biking in Tucson painting goes for $175, plus $20 shipping and handling in U.S.

If biking in Tucson is not your thing, you can always change the title to your own hometown or call it something like “Biking in Boston” or “Biking in New York City.” E-mail ryngargulinski@hotmail.com.





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Dog Park Afternoon Painting: Skeletal Dogs on Bright Green Yellow Lawn

Rollicking dogs make anyone smile, especially when the dogs are skeletons contrasted against a bright yellow-green background.

Inspired by numerous trips to the dog park, where my two dogs either rule the roost or sit beneath a bench and do nothing, this painting makes a perfect gift for all animal lovers.Works equally well in a vet’s office as it does in a cozy den.

Stretched canvas on wood frame measures 30 wide x 24 high.

Bring the rollicking dog park into your own world with a painting price of $311, plus $20 shipping and handling in U.S.





Custom orders always welcome. E-mail ryngargulinski@hotmail.com.

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