Fan art are artworks created by fans of a work of fiction (generally visual media such as comics, movies, television shows or video games) and derived from a character or other aspect of that work. Here are some examples of the different fan art I have been inspired to paint. ~Carmen
Want one? I have painted many funky sunflowers...It always makes me happy! This one was commissioned by a guy wanting to get his wife a unique one-of-a-kind birthday gift. She loved it! (Good job, Steve! Brownie points)
This is a painting of (my Mother-in-law) Shirley's childhood farm. She gave be some old aerial photographs of the farm and asked me to paint a whimsical version of it for her. She also asked me to paint another farm painting to have as a set. It's of (my Father-in-law) Gerry's family's property where his [...]
This piece was commissioned by my friend Annette. This one is a fun depiction of her and her 2 sisters...There are lots of little symbolic details in the painting that pertain to their individual personality traits. We made prints from the original so each sister has a version of it at home. I love how [...]
Inspired by "Shot in the Dark" murder mystery 1920's Flapper-theme party. The original painting was donated as a prize for the local event. (Proceeds were donated to Gilda's Club, Simcoe Muskoka). Portrayed here is the victim, Fanny Birchwood, in the alley of the "Half Moon Speakeasy", moments before her untimely demise!!! Fanny completely emerged before [...]
This piece was commissioned by a man who is a police officer, and his passion and hobby is photography. We discussed his favourite hangouts, and what the "perfect street" would look like to him, and this is what we came up with. I love painting custom pieces where I can add in symbolic bits, that [...]
This painting was inspired by the broken strings on my dusty, neglected guitar...Hence the name...
Blind Date is of an era lost. Today we meet new people through Social Media. There was once a time where one had to be gutsy enough to meet a stranger face to face, and hope that all goes well! The two people in the painting each have a yellow umbrella as a signal to [...]
After the rain, all the people are stirring and there is excitement in the air. A touch of sparkle is added to the reflection in the street...One of my all time faves!