Tree fiddy

This is the best way to feel good about yourself without really having to do anything, for less than the cost of pretty much anything. I mean, you can get like one twenty ounce dr. pepper and one of those packs of gum that have turned into sugar bricks. If each of my facebook friends donated each tree fiddy, I could pay for my studio for five months.

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Eleven Buckaroonies and thirty eight pennies

I picked this denomination because you get to choose between getting yourself a filet-o-fish sandwich meal (that is totally not even super sized or helping a desperate pitiable artist make rent. So it's really your choice: 48-hour--o-diarrhea OR making me sigh wistfully and hold my hand to chest dramatically.

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Favorite Auntie's Birthday Check

I never had one, but I'm told that aunties are super great about giving birthday checks in this amount. Unlike that transaction, you will NOT be allowed to squeeze my cheeks. Unless I think you cute. Then maybe. MAYBE. Twenty five bucks is really an amazing gift AND JUST THINK you'll get to brag to all your friends about how you helped fund an artist's studio. That'll feel good AND make you sound like the cool aunt that wears two piece bathing suits and lets you have a sip of her beer when your mom goes inside to grab sammiches. You ARE cool. The coolest.

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About

About

Bringing to life vivid portraiture of fascinating people from both the past and present through the use of larger-than-life scale and vibrant color. The concept of the 40 hour art week is simple: each piece represents forty hours of skilled labor and is priced affordably so that everyone has access to beautiful art. All of my oil paintings are executed on a thirty inch square canvas and rendered in vivid colors of the rainbow, which then in turn are duplicated with giclée prints, posters, tote bags and magnets. I’m always looking for new source photos and consider all fan suggestions.

40hourARTweek.com

Location & Hours

Monday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Tuesday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Wednesday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Thursday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Friday 9:00 am - 5:00 pm
Saturday Closed
Sunday Closed