Corn Dogs: the Carny Food of Kings. Day 15 of 30 Paintings in 30 Days (SOLD)


"The Carny Food of Kings"

From the “30 Paintings in 30 Days” collection, another original painting: Corn Dogs. Corn dogs, I say! Yeah, it’s the carny food of kings, hence the classy French tag line. “Le Chien de Maïs” which means, of course, “The Corn Dog.”

I’m doing a painting each day this month. 30 paintings in 30 days. Being November, the Month of the Feast, the theme is Things We Love to Eat and Drink.

A painting a day, and yes, they’re for sale. And they’re affordable: $99, which includes free first-class shipping. You can order on my Etsy store by clicking here. Check this blog every day (or the Etsy store) to see the new painting du jour. Each one will be 5″ by 7″ on sturdy illustration board.

I’ll need some content, folks, so if you have any suggestions for good subjects, leave a comment or write to me at What goodies would you like to see memorialized as art? What’s your favorite comfort food? Your most-loved childhood treat? The hometown food you miss most? If you moved away tomorrow, what local specialty would you long for? And, looking ahead, what other themes would you suggest?

Let’s see what tasty beverages have been suggested. Vernor’s Ginger Ale (many times), a vanilla malt, RC Cola, Café du Monde coffee, Captain Morgan’s & Diet Coke, and – Ted Williams’ faaaaavorite soft drink – MOXIE. Thanks, and keep those suggestions a-comin’.

Thanks, too, to Michael Stern of for his mention here.

Yesterday’s painting: “Asparagus: the Best Veggie.”


Asparagus: The Best Veggie


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