Power of Imagery: Wish Paintings

Colleen’s Wish Painting

Ever hear of a “vision board?” They’re where you cut out pictures of things you want from magazines and paste them on a piece of posterboard. The idea is you see it every day, and magically draw these things to you. I don’t know the science, people, alls I know is that through some kinda metaphysical whattaya call it… “Law of Attraction,” things will come to you.

Anyway, Wifey and I took this a step further and turned the junior high girl’s locker exercise into art. Excuse me… AHT. The fine kind. The fine cartoon kind, anyway, as I was the AHTISTE behind the endeavor. As a gift, I designed and executed a “wish” or “spell” painting for her, incorporating elements of things she wanted more of in her life (music, dogs, socializing with friends, booze – I mean fine wine, etc.). The result is below, and here’s the thing: it works. Oh, yeah! Consider it proven. Ask the wife.

So, you need a really special holiday gift for someone? Let’s go! Contact me (johntebeau@gmail.com) and let’s get the ball rolling. We’ll confab, I’ll work up some sketches, and we’ll get this done by December. I can even have it framed for you and shipped right to the recipient. I only have time for a couple of these, so let me know by November 1. We can work out an EZ installment payment plan and work within your budget.

Oh, and holiday cards? I’m doing those, too. You can have an original design for as low as $125. Again, let me know by Nov. 1, as time (as we perceive it) is of the essence.

Here’s one I did based on the It’s a Wonderful Life poster for Wifey and me a couple years back:

Xmas Card

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