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This cover for a reprint of The Emerald City of Oz was done about the same time. It bears a striking resemblance to the illustration of Ozma in pants. Oz enthusiasts have nicknamed this one "cheesecake Ozma." ~Hungry Tiger Tales

This cover for a reprint of The Emerald City of Oz was done about the same time. It bears a striking resemblance to the illustration of Ozma in pants. Oz enthusiasts have nicknamed this one "cheesecake Ozma." ~Hungry Tiger Tales

Emerald City Teapot 9"W x 17"H, over 1100 Swarovski crystals plus acrylic forms.

Emerald City Teapot 9"W x 17"H, over 1100 Swarovski crystals plus acrylic forms.

3/2/13 - A Stranger Approaches  Ugh. It’s all early. I think this one is still a bit wet. Anyway, I have an old Big Little book. It’s got odd pictures with random captions. Kind of like the piece for today. Okay, now I definitely need coffee. And I’m off to the Emerald City Comic Con.  8” x 10”  acrylic paint, shellac, pencil on watercolor paper.  Available to purchase.  Available as a print.

3/2/13 - A Stranger Approaches Ugh. It’s all early. I think this one is still a bit wet. Anyway, I have an old Big Little book. It’s got odd pictures with random captions. Kind of like the piece for today. Okay, now I definitely need coffee. And I’m off to the Emerald City Comic Con. 8” x 10” acrylic paint, shellac, pencil on watercolor paper. Available to purchase. Available as a print.

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A lovely portrait of Ozma here in the endpaper from The Emerald City of Oz (1910). This is another of those iconic illustrations that defines the character as much as Baum's text ever did. ~Hungry Tiger Tales  (I remember copying this drawing over and over in different mediums. More then three decades later, I still like this Ozma the best!)

A lovely portrait of Ozma here in the endpaper from The Emerald City of Oz (1910). This is another of those iconic illustrations that defines the character as much as Baum's text ever did. ~Hungry Tiger Tales (I remember copying this drawing over and over in different mediums. More then three decades later, I still like this Ozma the best!)

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