One Spooky Kid, Chicago, 20×30

“I bought this scary fellow from an older Asian couple at a Chicago street fair,” says artist and writer Elizabeth G Fagan. “The sellers exchanged sinister looks when I handed over the $10 payment. It’s about 4 inches tall and made of bone or antler (not ivory). But its origin remains a mystery. At Primitive—a must-see shop in Chicago that specializes in handmade art from around the world—curators were mystified but said,’maybe Tibetan or Himalayan?’ Sorry, the statuette itself is not for sale.”

“One Spooky Kid, Chicago” is available in three sizes (measured in inches): 5×7, 12×18, and 20×30. See more of Fagan’s Rustic & Historic or Holiday art.

One Spooky Kid, Chicago, 20″x30″

One Spooky Kid, Chicago, 20x30, by Elizabeth G Fagan, digital art on, from Lake Michigan's Left Coast
One Spooky Kid, Chicago, 20×30, by Elizabeth G Fagan, digital art on, from Lake Michigan’s Left Coast

Elizabeth G Fagan is an artist and writer who resides in southeastern Wisconsin—a place she calls Lake Michigan’s Left Coast. Her art begins with her own photography. Then she alters her photos digitally to create images that can be printed in a variety of media: unframed prints or canvases; custom-framed prints or canvases; 5×7 or 8×10 wood panels; pillows, throws, coffee mugs, and more. Artwork dimensions are given in inches.

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One way to fill up an empty wall is to hang a group of same-size prints with a common palette. Swap the prints in and out with different seasons, and your home decor is always stylish and up-to-date.

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Art, content, photography,, Lake Michigan’s Left Coast © 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 Elizabeth G Fagan. Unauthorized use is prohibited.


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