No, I'm not a little old lady - it came with the house.kansasbbq wrote:What's with the wallpaper? Did you pick it out?
Share your pictures of framed art and discuss framing.
Yeah, there's one in the living room and one in the hallway. Love the colors she works with.bulkhead72 wrote:Sweet. Is that a Joanne Nam to the right of the Pongracz?
If only I could afford one, Los Angeles rent never seems to go down...stevenopoly wrote:god DAMN! you need a bigger apartment
Have three paintings from him. A few prints living in my flat file but none framed as of yet.dinkydoggy wrote:JAW,
So do you now have a couple of OG Erik Jones paintings, or are those all prints?
As if I wouldn't be wondering how my babies are in their temporary homes; are they getting enough attention, not too much light, no children within 100 yards. Just too stressful to imagine.jbofctu wrote:I am telling you john you are missing a major opportunity in the art rental business. Like rent a center, but with your art. You don't have the room anyways
Goonies never say die!
Why would anyone ruin the flow of that rad wallpaper...sorry I couldn't resist. Nice collection though.kansasbbq wrote:What's with the wallpaper? Did you pick it out?padelimike wrote:OK, some:
."one spoon might feel a little nicer, but the cornflakes will taste the same"...Beckett[/color].[/i]
C'mon Gunter, I wanna see the mirrors on the ceiling...
> THC X 9 <Jim Carr wrote:The fans are standing up to them! The security guards are standing up to them! The peanut vendors are standing up to them!