Styling Switchblade

Styling Switchblade

 

What do you think? How would you style Switchblade?

What would you like to see me style next week? Tell me in the comments

Check the Styling Pop Art page on the website or search #stylingpopart on Instagram to see more rooms styled with pop art.

♥ Liz Kelly Zook

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Payment Options

That’s why I have added payment options for all paintings over $200.
If you’re interested check out the Payment Options page on my website.
It holds all of the information you need. And if you have any questions you can leave them in the comments.

(This is a trial run. I’m going to see how it goes for a few months. If there is actually need for this sort of thing, etc. 
I’m trying to be helpful here.)

♥ Liz Kelly Zook

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Fuck Off And Other Paintings

“Fuck Off And Other Paintings” is my new coffee table art book!

It has 38 full color pages in a paperback cover. It’s 8.5″ by 8.5″ and about an eighth of an inch thick.

The backs of the pages are blank so that you can hang the pictures as prints or write on the back and send them as letters. The pages are pretty thick, too.

You can get the new book here, but if you want a signed copy you can order it through my website. A signed copy will cost extra, because it will have to be shipped to me to sign and then shipped to you. Processing will also take longer, but I’d be happy to do it for you!

❤ Liz Kelly Zook

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All That Glitters

 

I know. I know. I said I was going to be stepping out of my comfort zone by experimenting  with patterns to create depth. But I came across this chunky glitter and HAD to try it.

I have only used glitter on one other piece – Margarita – so it’s still technically out of my comfort zone. because that was a fine glitter. And this is a chunky glitter. They’re wildly different animals.

Pop Lips #3 was finished last Monday. It’s acrylic(and glitter) on 20″ by 16″ canvas. There won’t be prints, because the glitter wouldn’t show as well and it really wouldn’t be worth it. You can see it shimmer in this little vid I made for my Instagram.

How do you feel about glitter? Does it make you happy, too?

❤ Liz Kelly Zook

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Good News, Bad News Situation

Do you want the good news or the bad news first?

Good news it is!

Okay, so, you know how shark week panties got my art to Los Angeles, but that’s not the entire story. It’s just the beginning. 

Businesses like to rotate artwork. Just like in museums, people won’t visit if the exhibits never change. For an artist, it’s a pretty good sign if a business is taking down your work and wants more. Aspartame Kills, Thank Your For Being A Friend, Debbie Harry Is  A Badass, and Flamingo Trailer Park had served their time on those beautiful yellow walls and were shipped back to me. Good news is you don’t have to fly out to L.A. to purchase these darlings. They are all now available in the shop again – with free shipping.

Bad news is that #loveislove Bubbles, The Troll, The Blues, and The Three Graces are no longer available in my shop. If you want them you have to head over to New Profanity in California. (Of course that’s really not bad news. You definitely need to check out how they look on those gorgeous yellow walls, anyway. And, while you’re there, you can pick up a trinket or two from some badass artists and crafters.) Prints are also available in store, but you don’t have to rack up your miles for those, because they’re still in the shop on my website as well.

So, it turns out that the good news is great and the bad news isn’t actually that bad.

❤ Liz Kelly Zook

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Hello, Old Friend

img_9745Quite a few people have asked If I view paintings as my children. I don’t see it that way. No. I consider my paintings to be much different than children. I consider them to be friends.

Creating a piece of work is more like getting to know someone than it is like raising a human being.

When I send a painting out into the world, I don’t tell it to be careful. I tell it “good luck, friend.” Because it is a friend. A friend with a life and a journey all its own.

And when I see a painting again, after it’s gone off into the world, it’s a lot like reuniting with an old friend. At that point, it has its own stories to tell of the places its been.

❤ Liz Kelly Zook

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