Thank Goodness This Painting Has Text - Original Watercolour Painting

We wouldn't want to have to interpret art ourselves, that'd be terrible.

This is just a little self-aware painting joke for your home, to confuse your guests, because obviously it doesn't tell you what to feel about it at all. See, a lot of paintings use text to sort of lead you to the meaning of the painting. But this one both does and doesn't. So they'll be uncertain whether to be pleased about the text, or whether they should feel smart about it, or whether they're not getting it. Or maybe they won't feel anything. Maybe they'll just dislike it. Or maybe you're not popular enough to have house guests at all, in which case this painting will sit there, unread by anyone.

Can you believe I don't get paid by like Bed Bath and Beyond to write the copy for their products? I'm so good at it.


Painted on 9"x12" watercolour paper. Since these paintings are loose and scrappy, they may have a smudge or two, but that's a big part of their charm.

Signed on the back. Add a note if you want it signed on the front as well.




You don't need to frame it, but here are some tips if you wanna.

You can find 9"x12" frames online and in home decor stores. The selection can be limited, so sometimes it's 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 online, or get your local frame shop to cut you one.

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