There’s Nothing to do in this Town

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There’s Nothing to do in this Town, 14×11″ pastel painting on Canson mi-teintes paper using various pastels. Part of my Greetings from St. Augustine series, featuring skeleton tourists capering on and around St. Augustine, Florida landmarks. Shipping is included anywhere in the continental USA. Everywhere else please contact me.

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There’s Nothing to Do in This Town, pastel painting of a couple of bored teenager skeletons in the city cemetery in St. Augustine, Florida

©2014 Marie Marfia, There’s Nothing to Do in This Town, 14×11” pastel on paper

About Pull My Finger

Part of my Greetings from St. Augustine series, There’s Nothing to do in this Town is a pastel painting of a couple of bored teenager skeletons in the city cemetery in St. Augustine, Florida. I love skeletons and St. Augustine, Florida, so I did a series of paintings featuring tourists and famous St. Augustine landmarks featuring skeletons, of course!

There’s Nothing to do in this Town is a 14×11″ pastel painting on paper. It is unframed and not matted. Shipping is free anywhere in the continental USA. Everywhere else, please contact me.

Available in paper prints, cards and canvas wrap

You can choose from 11×14″ or 8×10″ inkjet prints on double-sided matte paper, 5×7″ greeting cards with matching white envelopes, or canvas wrap prints in two different sizes. There’s something for every budget and every size wall here, so do your worst. I’ll love you for it. Prices include shipping anywhere in the continental USA. Everywhere else, please contact me.

Greetings from St. Augustine series

The Greetings from St. Augustine series is a set of paintings that I did featuring skeletons as tourists capering on and around St. Augustine, Florida’s famous landmarks, like the Castillo de San Marcos, the Bridge of Lions and the Oldest Wooden Schoolhouse, to name a few. I love imagining all the people that ever lived in the oldest city in America still wandering around and enjoying the sights and sounds of this awesome tourist destination.

About skellies

I love skellies because they’re fearless and free. When painting them I find that they take on a life of their own! If they make you laugh, then I feel my job is done. Life is short! Skellies are forever!

Pastels

Pastels are my medium of choice because they’re so versatile and immediate. I love the way the light refracts when it hits the chalk. I love all the different marks you can make with them. This piece was done on Canson mi-teintes paper, using various brands of pastels.

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11×14 Print $40.00, 16×20" Canvas Wrap $148.00, 8×10 Print $20.00, 8×10" Canvas Wrap $76.00, Greeting Card $5.00, Original