Artwork: Underwater Sea Skull

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underwater sea skull, art by Sherrie Thai of Shaireproductions.com

This underwater “Sea Skull” artwork infuses some of the fanciful creatures of the deep ocean with a decorative bent: seahorse skeletons, shells, coral and jellyfish tentacles. I didn’t want to go overboard with color; rather, wanted to highlight the details. Creating decorative skulls is really fun; perhaps I’ll explore glowing eyes in another piece 🙂

Artwork: Macabre Roses

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macabre roses, art by Sherrie Thai of Shaireproductions.com

macabre roses black and white drawing sketch, art by Sherrie Thai of Shaireproductions.com

“Macabre Roses” was inspired by the old bookplate designs of the Arts & Crafts Era and the Art Nouveau periods. Although ram skulls are incorporated into the piece, they take a backseat to the bevy of roses. This piece has a gothic romanticism to it, where skulls are not a thing of horror, but simply a part of life.

The piece was created initially with pen and graphite, then scanned, digitally colored, with custom textures created and incorporated into the background.

Dark Art, Metallic Embellishments for Chillin Productions

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bone decor dark art by sherrie thai of shaire productions

Created these special versions of the Bone Decor art for the Chillin Productions Art Show at 111 Minna Gallery (organized by Wonderland SF).

Mixed media: my illustrations, metallic findings, and coyote jawbone (painted silver). Since the item was to be displayed vertically, I glued the bones to the surface, then drilled holes into the board and it was sewn together with fishing line wire. A lot of behind-the-scene efforts, but well worth it.

bone decor dark art by sherrie thai of shaire productions

macabre dark gothic art by sherrie thai of shaire productions

Art of Sherrie Thai, Shaireproductions.com

dark fantasy gothic surrealism artwork by Sherrie Thai of Shaireproductions.com

Here are some of my art pieces that will be displayed at the Wonderland SF Gallery on Saturday, September 16 for the “Dreaming of Better Times” art show. Sooooooooo excited!!!

New Product: Steampunk Skeleton Heart Notebook Journal

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Steampunk Skeleton Heart Notebook Journal. Art by Sherrie Thai of Shaireproductions.com

This spiral notebook is available on ETSY HERE and is adorned with my “Steampunk Skeleton Heart” artwork (a mixed-media creation inspired by Day of the Dead and the Steampunk genre). It’ll be a lovely gift for yourself or for that special someone who enjoys writing and appreciates a touch of macabre steampunk in their collection.

Artwork: Evil & Good Mermaids

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evil & good mermaids art by Sherrie Thai of shaireproductions.com

“Evil & Good Mermaids” celebrates the magical realm of the supernatural and the dangerous lure of temptation. The original illustration was created from pen/ink and I combined the background with Photoshop and added digital coloring.

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Artwork: The Fates

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The Fates, Art by Sherrie Thai

The Fates, Initial Drawing

“The Fates” (or Moirai) is based on the mythical goddesses that rule the thread of life: Spinner, Allotter and Unturnable. My version portraits a darker view of the Fates, where the Spinner produces the magical thread from the depths of her soul.

Artwork: Burning Lotus, Meditative Skeleton

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Burning Lotus

On their own, skeletons naturally have a great mystery to them, where they can sway towards the dark or light, depending upon the context. “Burning Lotus” shows a meditative creature with magical candles, inspired by traditional Asian art. While this piece has qualities of religious artifacts, the intention is not to offend, but rather, honor the spiritual connection to supernatural elements.

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