Get a dose of art. Give a dose of art.

In a simple effort to share more light and levity, I'm offering several small pieces of offbeat optimism for those who'd enjoy a daily dose of art delivered to their mailbox. 

Each piece is a one-of-kind, varied edition— starting with a printed base layer of my original work, then finished by hand with paint, ink and pencil. All created with archival materials on heavy, acid-free watercolor paper. 

Single dose or daily dose? 

 

To receive or gift your 4"x6" dose(s) of art:

 

1) CHOOSE from a collection below.

 

2) EMAIL your name and/or those of the recipient along with address(es). 

3) SPECIFY a single or daily dose.

(Daily dose=one each day for up to 7 days.) 

4) CONTRIBUTE  what you'd like. 

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*A note on pricing:

I've heard some would appreciate a suggested contribution amount. If that's you, how about $10 for a single piece, and so on and so forth.

 

ORDER

(these collections will resume in June)

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Products of Positive Thinking 

Watercolor drawings of products that don't exist but you'll wish they did. 

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Uncheery Cherry Trees

They might look pretty but this gang of cherry trees is pretty sick of this sh*t. 

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Effervescent F-words 

The F-word has never  looked more cheerful and bubbly. Collect the whole line of these products and you'll really be going places. Or sitting at home at some more. 

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Canines for Caregivers

These guys know what it's like to be on the front lines fighting an epidemic. Sort of. Well, not really. but they can imagine. 

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Bored Baseballs

If you thought your kids had it bad, check out these guys with absolutely nothing to do. 

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Ice Cream Truck Offerings

Just because you can't hear the bells doesn't mean you can't order everything from Bubble Gum Eyes Batman to the classic Ice Cream Sandwich

How the Daily Dose of Art began

These tiny works began a year ago when I, along with many friends, started mailing my mom a small piece of art every day for the duration of her chemo treatment. (For proof that art cures cancer, see video below.)

Painting your own Dr. Birx scarf just got easier! Download the pdf, print and presto—you're on your way! 

NOTICE: The Daily Dose of Art is taking a short break and will resume in June.