I’m afraid that my work schedule of late has been so hectic that I have been remiss in my promotional duties. Far from posting teaser images of soon-to-be-released pieces, and reminding visitors of the upcoming EHAG Emporium (which opened on the last day of September), I am only now getting to the former task, when it is a moot point for one of the pieces. A sculpted bust, “Spooked”, and a color portrait, “Bumble and Squeak”, were my offerings for this most recent Emporium. Although the former has already sold, I will nonetheless include images here (as Etsy removes images once the piece has sold), along with images of the portrait, which is still available. My apologies for the tardiness and confusion.
Despite her bawdy looks (and occupation), Tess was one of the sweetest and most delightful people I met during my travels in The Autumnlands. She works as a chorus line dancer in a burlesque house, and moonlights waiting tables in a pub, but her spare time is devoted largely to painting some of the most achingly moody watercolors I have ever seen. She was jokingly envious of the extensive palette I traveled with, and I trust was pleasantly surprised to find the coveted colors in her mailbox after I had left to continue my journey.
Detail views of “Tess” can be seen on my Etsy page: https://www.etsy.com/listing/176657206/tess-a-portrait-of-a-werewolf-burlesque