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Flying Fish - Hand Painted Art Tile
Raven - Hand Painted Art Tile
Red Cardinal - Hand Painted Art Tile
Hummingbird - Hand Painted Art Tile
Cow - Hand Painted Art Tile
Parrot Fish - Hand Painted Art Tile
Red Parrot - Hand Painted Art Tile
Sperm Whale - Hand Painted Art Tile
Bald Eagle - Hand Painted Art Tile
Halibut - Hand Painted Art Tile
Swallowtail Butterfly - Hand Painted Art Tile
Screech Owl - Hand Painted Ceramic Tile
Snow Mountains with Elk (Olympic National Park)
Pig - Hand Painted Art Tile
Grey Whale & Baby - Hand Painted Art Tile
Trigger Fish - Hand Painted Art Tile

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  • Frogs - Hand Painted Art Tile

    Frogs - Hand Painted Art Tile

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    When I was traveling in Costa Rica I actually got to see some of these endangered frogs and I just loved their built-in tropical color schemes. They are wet little animals who live in the Rain Forest so I drew them dancing in the rain!

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  • Tiger Stripe Cat - Hand Painted Art Tile

    Tiger Stripe Cat - Hand Painted Art Tile

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    I took my “Van Gough” Tuxedo cat and turned him into an orange- striped Tabby Cat with the same cute face and beautiful marmalade markings.

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  • Black & White Cat - Hand Painted Art Tile

    Black & White Cat - Hand Painted Art Tile

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    I call this my “Van Gough” Tuxedo Cat because the iris flowers in the background remind me of one of Van Gough’s famous paintings. Such a cute face – it’s hard to believe they really do look like that!

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  • Dragonfly - Hand Painted Art Tile

    Dragonfly - Hand Painted Art Tile

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    We live on 5 acres with a large pond with an island in it. Every summer there are hundreds of iridescent dragonflies that swoop down to the pond and land on the cattails. I would just go right up to them and take a good look at their most magnificent intricately webbed wings. I feel I have captured their elegance and translucent color scheme in this tile design, one of my favorites.

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  • Grey Whale & Baby - Hand Painted Art Tile

    Grey Whale & Baby - Hand Painted Art Tile

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    The Grey whale is a Baleen whale that feeds on small crustaceans on the bottom of the sea. He has 2 blowholes which create a unique V-shaped “blow”. Each October the Grey whales make a most amazing annual migration of 7000 miles one way from his feeding grounds in the Bering Straight to the tropical seas of Mexico where the females give birth. I have seen Grey whales in the famous Scammons Lagoon in Baja where they came right up to our small Mexican“ponga” boat and we could actually touch them. It is in this warm water lagoon where the mother’s give birth. I have portrayed my grey whale with a newborn calf close beside her.

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  • Garibaldi Fish and Baby - Hand Painted Art Tile

    Garibaldi Fish and Baby - Hand Painted Art Tile

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    Now I have seen these little guys up close and personal in the kelp beds off of Catalina Island. They look like a giant Goldfish and their babies have these beautiful iridescent blue spots which fade away as they get older. They live off the coast of Southern California and Baja and are the official state Fish of California and are protected.

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  • Blue Crab - Hand Painted Art Tile

    Blue Crab - Hand Painted Art Tile

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    The Atlantic Blue Crab is the most common invertebrate in the Western Atlantic found from New England down to Florida. It might be common but I think it is beautiful with its stone-like blue tones and bright red colored accents – an artist’s delight.

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  • Panda Bears - Hand Painted Art Tile

    Panda Bears - Hand Painted Art Tile

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    There is nothing more lovable looking than the Giant Panda Bears. They live in very remote mountainous regions of Western China up in the Himalayas and very little is known about them. These plumpish, clumsy bears live almost entirely off of bamboo. They are an Endangered Species and there are only about 2500 of them left. In fact they are the representatives of all Endangered Species and are the symbol for the World Wildlife Fund.

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  • Sea Otter and Pup - Hand Painted Art Tile

    Sea Otter and Pup - Hand Painted Art Tile

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    Now I have first- hand experience with these guys! Along the California coast near Monterey I was able to put in my kayak and paddle amongst the kelp beds and saw several pods of sea otters floating atop the water. Some of them even had little pups on top of their stomachs as they floated on their backs in the water. They like to entangle themselves in the kelp beds to help anchor them. I saw and heard one of them using a rock to hit a mussel in order to open and eat it. They are considered an endangered species and have a very limited habitat.

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  • Japanese Sandhill Cranes - Hand Painted Art Tile

    Japanese Sandhill Cranes - Hand Painted Art Tile

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    I was so enthralled watching a video of this elegant bird’s mating dance in the snow that I was inspired to create this crane design. Because the Sandhill cranes mate for life the Japanese consider them a symbol of eternal love and their wedding kimonos incorporate crane designs into their satin brocade silks. The Japanese character on the tile is the symbol for “love” so I like to give these as wedding or anniversary gifts. I found out Sandhill Cranes also live in the USA and I was able to visit a crane reserve in my area and see them up close and personal. These birds are typically 5 foot tall with a red forehead and black legs. When they migrate in the Fall you can hear their “trilling” sounds but can barely see them as they are flying @ 10,000 feet catching the “thermals” so they don’t have to flap their 5-8 foot wingspans very often. They are truly a magnificent bird.

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  • Polar Bear - Hand Painted Art Tile

    Polar Bear - Hand Painted Art Tile

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    Actually I must give credit to my son, Jeremy for this polar bear’s design. He drew this bear in class during high school as a proto-type for one he would be eventually carving out of soap stone. It was such a playful yet elegant design that I “borrowed” it from him. After all this is a family business and we all chip in! Due to climatic changes in the ice patterns up North the polar bear is currently listed as a threatened species.

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