We are a studio full of artists, and even our front desk team fits that description. It is great to have such a creative team to work around.
K Lenore Siner is a self taught painter with formal training in 3D Fine Art from the Massachusetts College of Art. She paints using a variety of mediums including oils, wax, resin, paper, ash and herbs. Here are some of her currently available giclee prints, which can be purchased through her Etsy, etsy.com/shop/KLenoreSinerArt:
Priestess Miriam’s Temple by K Lenore Siner
New Moon in Pisces by K Lenore Siner
Queen of Everything by K Lenore Siner
Theresa Wall Duggan is a photographer and digital artist, and creates imagery inspired by classical painting styles as well as fashion inspired portraits. Check out her Etsy shop here: etsy.com/shop/Artanddiscordstudios. Here are some of her currently available prints:
Leading up to the holiday's we are showcasing the artwork of our tattoo artists, sharing pieces that they have available for purchase currently. Gifting art is a very thoughtful and personal way to show someone how much you care about them, especially if you know they would love one of these original paintings.
Jaesun is a classically trained painter and has finally decided he's ready to let go of some of his older paintings to make room for new work he is starting this winter. He also has a few Giclee prints available, and can occasionally be talked into doing commissioned work.
“His Reflection” Oil on Board by Jaesun Duggan
The Occult 01-Mixed Media; 48×30 by Jaesun Duggan
Dream, Adrift on the Sea of the Abyss, Oil on Canvas; 20×16 by Jaesun Duggan
The Black Sun Arrives, Oil on Board 10×30, by Jaesun Duggan
Nightmare 5 Digital Print 5×5
Nightmare 3, Oil and Ink on Board; 5×5
The Loa’s Offering, 16×20 Oil on Canvas by Jaesun Duggan
Ursa Minor: The Hopeful Ochosi by Jaesun Duggan, Giclee Print
In between tattoos and even on their days off, the Witch City artists have been cranking out art. They certainly love what they do, and we love that they do it.
Lately, Molly has been inspired by the black plague.
Just kidding. Sort of.
PJ's preferred drawing surface these days are simple paper bags. This is a very visually pleasing way to recycle!
Steve is becoming more and more ambitious with his painting these days. The below piece is in its very beginning stages, but it's something like 22x28".
Coming to town to enjoy the weather, see the sites, and walk around? Pick up the perfect souvenir, a tattoo! Take a look at the artist portfolios on our website and facebook and give us a call today to book out an appointment in advance. See you in Salem!
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Couple of new pieces from the last week of tattooing from Steve, Molly, and Micah.
First, Steve recently finished up this large bio-mech piece:
Next, today Molly completed this smooth, black and grey, dali piece on our buddy Alan:
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Lastly, Micah banged out this little toxic waste drum on his client, Trevor:
As we enter the winter season, we've also all been working hard on a whole slew of new paintings and drawings. Keep your eyes to the site here each week as we update with all of the new work and give us a call or just stop on by to discuss your own custom tattoo today!
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All of us here from the shop will be featured in a Witch City Ink group art show for the month of November. Stop by our favorite local cafe, Front Street Coffeehouse, during the next month and check it out!
Witch City Ink Group Art Show
Front Street Coffeehouse
20 Front Street
Salem, MA 01970
form of skin art. The most popular image tends to be a shamrock, or a clover. My client Steve choose to support his roots with another time-honored symbol of the Irish; the harp. Unless you are familiar with the Guinness draft logo, or the Irish in general it may come as a surprise that the image of the harp is the symbol of the Emerald Island. He brought in a photo of a real harp he printed off the internet, but requested I draw it up in a more traditional style.
This is the before picture, a laugh now, cry later tattoo that is going to be covered by a koi fish. I enjoy doing japanese tattoos very much, it is a timeless style that holds up extremely well over time.
koi fish cover up
Here is the Koi fish cover up. The black wind bars and waves really give contrast to the bright orange and yellows in the koi fish. This tattoo took about four hours and was an extremely fun tattoo to do.
When I'm not tattooing I'm staying busy on side projects. This is an acrylic on Masonite painting of some Zombies I did for my friend Tim over at War Games Factory. www.wargamesfactory.com
pack of zombies
Here's the finished Bag of 24 mini plastic Zombies with extra heads. The Zombie Horde is part of Liberty and Union, a popular gaming league in England. Over all I think the design and packaging came out great. Got to hand it to the folks over at War Games Factory, they turned this around in a couple weeks.
Me holding the Zombie Horde in front of Witch City. It's a nice sunny day, think I might melt a few Zombies with a magnifying glass.
Artist- Matt Maguire