It’s Tattoo Time – Artisan Leather Wallets, Purses, and White Ink Temporary Tattoos

Before you decide on a permanent tattoo, or on what to get for your next tattoo, try some of It’s Tattoo Time‘s great temporary tattoos–small to full-sleeve–in Retro, Old School, Punk, Rock, Steam Punk, White ink, Henna / Mehandi, and other styles.

 

Temporary Tattoo Printed Japanese YAKUZA Long Mesh Sleeve Biker Arm Sleeves $18.00

Temporary Tattoo Printed Japanese YAKUZA Long Mesh Sleeve Biker Arm Sleeves
$18.00

It’s Tattoo Time also carries a selection of artisan created tribal art craft leather wallets and handbags here, including these hand carved leather works below–and when you buy ships free!

Eagle wallet available from Its Tattoo Time

Eagle wallet available from Its Tattoo Time

Hand Carved Traditional India Warrior Skull Tanned Leather Wallet $130.00

Hand Carved Traditional Native American Warrior Skull Tanned Leather Wallet
$130.00

Buddha Buddhist Cowskin Skin Leather Carving Patterns Wallet. Hand made wallet ships within 3-4 day, via DHL with free shipping

Buddha Buddhist Cowskin Skin Leather Carving Patterns Wallet. Hand made wallet ships within 3-4 day, via DHL with free shipping

 

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Temporary Henna Flower Metallic Sliver Girls Makeup Tattoo Transfer Arms Set

Temporary Henna Flower Metallic Sliver Girls Makeup Tattoo Transfer Arms Set

Illustration Tattoed Bee Feminine Portrait Old School Temporary Tattoo Flash

Illustration tattooed Bee Feminine Portrait Old School Temporary Tattoo Flash

Pure Silk Fabric Candy Skull Infinity Chiffon Scarves White With Black

Pure Silk Fabric Candy Skull Infinity Chiffon Scarves White With Black

Luxury Jewels Bracelet And Infinity Anklet Illustrious Tattoo Temporary Set

Luxury Jewels Bracelet And Infinity Anklet Illustrious Tattoo Temporary Set

Summer Black Steampunk Skeleton Unisex Neck T Shirt Unisex Milk Fiber

Summer Black Steampunk Skeleton Unisex Neck T Shirt Unisex Milk Fiber

 

Why Do Artists Work in Series?

Many art lovers recognize the work of an artist by artistic style or the recurring themes that the artist continues to explore. Some may even refer to these things as part of the artist’s brand. More often you will hear the term series used by artists. Many artists who do work in series that explore variations of composition, repeating pattern, recurring design elements, signature color palette or technique, will say that they feel fortunate to have a series going. This is what every artist hopes will develop as they work in their studio.

Artworks in series have become a standard of art-making practice among successful artists–so much so that many gallerist and art collectors expect to see artists’ work available in one or more ongoing series.

New York City artist Barbara Rachko describes working in a series as feeling natural and authentic to her.  She shares some perceptive insights– “working in series mimics the… gradual way that our lives unfold, the way we slowly evolve and change over the years.”  She describes how every paintings that she works on has a lesson to teach.  Once completed she can look at each finished piece and see how her ideas have progressed a step or two further. 

Big Wow, Barbara Ratchko

Big Wow, Barbara Rachko

Intruder, Barbara Ratchko

Intruder, Barbara Rachko

Quartet, Barbara Ratchko

Quartet, Barbara Rachko

Visit Barbara Rachko’s website to view more images of her work– www.barbararachko.com  

Read more on why Barbara Rachko works in series, on her blog Colored Dust, at:  www.barbararachkoscoloreddust.com

In Barbara Rachko’s Domestic Threats series of pastel-on-sandpaper paintings, the artist uses Mexican folk art—masks, carved wooden animals, papier mâché figures, and toys—in a lively blend of reality and fantasy. 

Other blog articles on this artist:

Dolls, Masks, Zombies, Devils, Skulls and Day of the Dead Skeletons in the Pastel Paintings of Barbara Rachko

Dolls, Masks, Zombies, Devils, Skulls and Day of the Dead Skeletons in the Pastel Paintings of Barbara Rachko

The Space Between, Barbara Rachko

To say that her pastel paintings are skillful is truly an understatement! New York City artist Barbara Rachko has perfected her artistic style working from her large collection of Mexican and Guatemalan folk art – masks, carved wooden animals, papier mâché figures, and toys – to create pastel paintings that combine reality and fantasy and depict personal narratives.

If you are wondering how this artist achieves such fine detail and a photographic quality in her pastel paintings, you can find out more about her techniques by following her blog appropriately named Colored Dust. The artist also share a lot about her art-making on her Facebook page, which you can Like to follow her there.

The multi-talented Barbara is a gifted photographic artist as well, and currently represented by the New York City art gallery HP Garcia.

The Sovereign, Barbara Rachko

False Friends, Barbara Rachko

 

Paranoia, Barbara Rachko

Effigy, Barbara Rachko