“The Invitation” is a mid-century modern styled original painting, designed after the infamous Balloon chair of the mid-century and meant to be a reminder of the iconic furniture of that era. It’s a 51x63" original acrylic painting on canvas and float mounted in a 2" deep black wooden frame, ready to hang by the artist Scooter.
“The Invitation” is a mid-century modern styled original painting, designed after the infamous Balloon chair of the mid-century and meant to be a reminder of the iconic furniture of that era. It’s a 51x63" original acrylic painting on canvas and float mounted in a 2" deep black wooden frame, ready to hang by the artist Scooter.
“The Invitation” is a mid-century modern styled original painting, designed after the infamous Balloon chair of the mid-century and meant to be a reminder of the iconic furniture of that era. It’s a 51x63" original acrylic painting on canvas and float mounted in a 2" deep black wooden frame, ready to hang by the artist Scooter.
“THE INVITATION” ORIGINAL PAINTING
“THE INVITATION” ORIGINAL PAINTING
“THE INVITATION” ORIGINAL PAINTING
“THE INVITATION” ORIGINAL PAINTING

“THE INVITATION” ORIGINAL PAINTING

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Size: 51x63"

“The Invitation” is a mid-century modern styled original painting, designed after the infamous Balloon chair of the mid-century and meant to be a reminder of the iconic furniture of that era. It’s a 51x63" original acrylic painting on canvas and float mounted in a 2" deep black wooden frame, ready to hang by the artist Scooter.

This specific style of chair, called a Balloon Chair, to me is a picture of God’s loving, all powerful hands wrapping around and holding you up.  When life is crazy, difficult, stressful and there is NO PEACE, this is a picture of the love and strength of God who is able to wrap His hands around and hold us up when we can’t hold ourselves up.  I’ve had several times in my life where I didn’t have the strength to keep going and God carried me through them and gave me rest.  And just like a Balloon Chair how it surrounds you and holds you up, I’ve experienced the same of God’s love.  I don’t believe God forces us to rest in Him, but “The Invitation” is always open!

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Testimonials

★★★★★

I’m madly in love with your style of art. I like to draw and paint myself, but mostly my love for your work is about the Mood and Imagined World it represents. I especially like the pieces that bring back the 1950s with indoor and outdoor scenes with people or cats.  Your color choices are exquisite!

Ana
★★★★★

I'm a big fan of Tiki/Mid-Century art and yours has the particular "classic" look that I most appreciate.  I also should mention that I'm a fan of the bowling style shirts, and the embroidered artwork rather than the usual printed was like icing on the cake.

Vince
★★★★★

Your work is brilliant! It reminds me of my childhood and a much simpler time. Those Atomic Siamese cats are just the CATS MEOW!! Can't get enough of them and surprisingly, I really like the simple ones with just the cat sitting on the egg chair. They just beautifully represent the iconic 60's era. I really enjoy the live video sessions that you have as it is nice to be able to connect with the artist and learn about the inspiration for particular pieces. Looking forward to your next one. Cheers!

Melody
★★★★★

I have been looking at your artwork on Instagram for a while! I love the whimsical nature of it, the nostalgic feeling of the cartoons, and the MCM themes throughout. I try to make my home a unique and happy place for myself, my husband, and my cats, and I think your artwork will be a nice addition. The couple in "Love Seat" also reminds me of my husband and I, so it was the perfect choice! Thank you for sharing your work with the world!

Annabelle

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