Showing posts with label glow in the dark. Show all posts
Showing posts with label glow in the dark. Show all posts

Tuesday, October 22, 2019


Darkest of night
With the moon shining bright
There's a set goin' strong
Lotta things goin' on
The man of the hour
Has an air of great power
The dudes have envied him for so long...

Welcome to my weekly Saturday morning dance party.
If you’ve never heard the Curtis Mayfield song "Superfly", please go indulge yourself on the YouTubes. Go NOW and shake your booty. Come back soon. (Swipe to see it glow in the dark at the end.)

This one lives in Seattle now.  (Not for sale.)

This one glows under black light.  WHEEEEEEE!

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

The stars are dancing like diamonds in the moonlight

When I was a young kidlet, I begged my mom to send me a Shaun Cassidy tape to play on my crappy old tape recorder while I was away at sleep away camp. And to my delight and surprise, she actually sent it.  Doo Ron Ron was the popular song, but I actually preferred Hey Deanie, and wow, look at what 45 turned up over 4 decades later, somewhere at a garage sale in Texas (courtesy of my sweet mom AGAIN). It brought back all the central  Texas summer sunshine memories of the late 1970s.  Also, this painted record glows under black light. Wooooo!


#shauncassidy #mandala #sacredgeometry #psychedelic #petrikivka #petrykivka #rainbow #color #paintedrecord #vinylcrafts #recordart  #handmade #handpainted #repurposed #meditation #diy #ooak #painting  #homedecor #round #design #art #design #retro #modern #neon #glowinthedark

Oh hello, Jimmy Page. I see you hiding in there behind Mr. Cassidy.

Thursday, May 31, 2018

Neon skies, tiny paintings

I've been painting a few tiny Northern Lights lately!  They glow under black light and are really fun. Seeing the Aurora Borealis is on my bucket list.  I don't know when I'll have the means to travel to Iceland and sleep under one of those glass-roofed yurt things. But in the mean time, I'll paint them while the mood strikes.

These all have homes.  But I will make more!  Some of the photos show what the paintings look like under black light. WOOOOOOooooooOOOOOOO!

All of these small paintings were made by doing an abstract "poured painting" underneath with fluid acrylic techniques that included neon/black light paint.  If you look closely, you can see the "cells" underneath the painting.  They were then embellished with more neon paint and black paint to form the silhouette terrain, trees, and stars.