Tuesday, September 12, 2017

Mini art is awesome!

I love miniature art or tiny art. Some even call them trading cards but I've seen tiny art that was even smaller than trading cards or your standard baseball card size card. Tiny or mini art can be beneficial in many ways because it allows for art lovers and collectors to have a collection that doesn't require a lot of space. They also tend to be pretty affordable. You can hang them in groups, display them on shelves, at your work desk, night stand and even in a album on your coffee table for guest to enjoy.
They are a cool way to collect art. I've even seen people use them as stickers or magnets.
So it's time to feed your new obsession by starting a collection of tiny/mini art. 
Head on over to TheRichAnt.com and get your first mini art today.

Fall kick off!

Hey guys so far so good! We are off to a good start for the fall season. Fenton Street Market in Downtown Silver Spring, Maryland was a success! Both new collector and existing collectors came through. Surprisingly all original artwork aside from coloring books sold that day!
My BFF Josh is normally my market buddy but he had to work. So my sister came through and did it like a market veteran pro! The funny thing is this was her first market. 

Sales were really steady throughout the entire day and I looked at my total for the day and said hmmm Lord may I please sell one more original before we go and boom! He did it!
Wanderer of The Wilderness 
Such a beautiful painting and to think I almost left her home because of her delicate frame. 
So like I said before the fall season is off to a good start. Up next is an event in D.C.called Art All Night in Congress Heights. 
Also there were still quite a few art boxes that did not sell at the market.  They are now listed in my shop https://goo.gl/85c9Hn

Thursday, August 31, 2017


Hey guys in light of all the devistation hurricane Harvey has caused the people of Houston, Texas I wanted to do my part. So I created this painting for raising money to help a family or families in need. I think the large organizations, churches, and charities are doing a wonderful job. Especially when it comes to food, shelter, and clothing. However I'm thinking about the long haul. Like how long will insurance companies take to pay claims or what if there was no insurance? How long will it be before adults in the famalies be able to return to work? What if their work was affected by the storm? There is so much to factor into the recovery process for these people. 
I've decided that I will be donating 100% of the profits from merchandise sold that bares the title Hope4Houston. The goal is to somehow through a church or shelter adopt a family or families and provide them with a small form of financial relief. This will hopefully help with cost outside of food and shelter. 
So hop on over to TheRichAnt.com or click on the image and shop to support this cause. Peace & Grace. 

Tuesday, March 21, 2017

Fat struggles and art space room tour

This seems to be my constant struggle s of lately. However I'm more serious now then I've ever been about losing weight more so because I'm 43 and I have Hypertension and other chronic health issues and damn it I'm too young to be feeling like this!
I have  promising rt career ahead of me and I plan to be round to enjoy this journey until I'm 100 years old.
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