Tag Archive: acrylic paints

Everything is better with mice: #27

Mouse Van Gogh? Why not?

Everything is better with mice: #26

After a one-week hiatus caused by the early onset of grading dementia, the fall of the starving artist continues with a commission for a dear friend: “A mouse with a pearl earring.” ‘Nuff said.

Everything is better with mice: #25

The fall of a starving artist starts strong with “A Sunday Afternoon on the Island of Grande Jatte” (1884) by Georges Seurat. It is not only an exercise in imagining what this painting… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #24

The summer of the starving artist is crowned with Jan van Eyck’s “The Arnolfini Portrait” (1434).

Everything is better with mice: #23

Blue Period lends itself so wonderfully to micefying, that there might be a separate subcategory of mice art on this website soon: Micasso’s art.

Everything is better with mice: #21

I micefied the portrait of “Jeanne Hebuterne with Hat and Necklace” (1917) by Amedeo Modigliani for my friend Lena. I am particularly grateful for this commission, because (i am not sure if I… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #18

When a jam-making person runs out of sugar AND jars, it is a dark time indeed. Hence, the inspiration for the Goya below. Serendipitously commissioned by my friend and great tango-DJ Mike, who… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #15

For today’s installment of mice art, I micefied a painting of Marc Chagall “I and Village” (1911). I am giving it to my friend Sacha whose birthday it is today (yay!). She is an… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #14

Nighthawks? How about “Nightmice”? Mixed media: pen, pencil, watercolor, acrylic on paper which claims to be good for watercolors but isn’t. Micefying this iconic American painting of all things reminded me about the… Continue reading

Everything is better with mice: #12

I am quite convinced that Degas is better with mice; it is just that somebody’s painting abilities are not developed enough for Impressionism. Degas’s painting is called “L’Absinthe” (sometimes “Dans un café” —… Continue reading