A purposely bad painting of dolphins. I wish I could say more, but it's just a beautifully sloppy painting of majestic, jumping, dolphins. Fine art by painter Heather Buchanan.

I like the idea of taking "bad art," (and for the record, I love bad art) and making even worse art out of it. So I found a picture of a dolphin painting, and made a super terrible painting out of it.

Maybe she's born with it, maybe it's a commentary on the erosion of culture. Who can say.


Painted on 9"x12" watercolour paper. Signed on the back. Add a note if you want it signed on the front as well.



You can find 9"x12" frames around, but the selection can be limited. It's often easier to use a 12"x16" frame (a standard IKEA size, super easy to find), and then use a mat to make the painting to fit.

You can buy a plain white mat from me to go with your painting, buy them elsewhere online, or get your local frame shop to cut you one.

You can also get a custom frame made at any frame shop.