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Penny for your painting. Jacqueline Lou Skaggs ~ Through Carelessness He Loses His Cow, 1944 ~ oil on penny

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Amazingly Detailed Oil Paintings...On Pennies

Jacqueline Lou Skaggs - one cent - penny coin hand painted arts - chicquero 9

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Amazingly Detailed Oil Paintings...On Pennies

Jacqueline Lou Skaggs - one cent - penny coin hand painted arts - chicquero 6

Artist Jacqueline Lou Skaggs deliberately moved from making “pictorial” images to painting them on found pennies. She says she originally intended to spend the painted pennies or toss them away, but her plans were foiled when people bought the paintings. The series of 12 small works is called Tondi Observations.

Jacqueline Lou Skaggs: The Art of Pennies

Artist Jacqueline Lou Skaggs painted tiny oil paintings on pennies for her series "Tondi Observations." The miniature paintings include pastoral landscapes

oil painting on copper penny, 1951 "Kisses and Ghosts" Jacqueline Lou Skaggs,

Kisses and Ghosts, 1951 oil on penny Paintings on copper penny by Jacqueline Lou Skaggs

Jacqueline Lou Skaggs

Jacqueline Lou Skaggs - one cent - penny coin hand painted arts - chicquero 12

painted pennies / jacqueline lou skaggs

painted pennies / jacqueline lou skaggs paints images on discreet coins. These pictures pay hommage to the certainties that define our family, religious, social and political worlds and make links with traditional painting and miniature picture making.

The Still Life

Incredibly Tiny Penny Paintings Will Blow Your Mind

The Still Life, 1976 oil on penny Paintings on copper penny by Jacqueline Lou Skaggs

Singaporean artist Keng Lye makes 3D animals with alternating layer of acrylic paint and resin.

Singaporean artist Keng Lye makes animals with alternating layers of acrylic paint and resin. They look so real!

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Amazing portraits made out of screws by Andrew Myers. Using the different depth of screw on the wall that show the portraits are very real. I can see the emotion on his face. It is hard work with meaningful and creative.

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