Ghost Light
Ghost Light
Ghost Light Detail
Ghost Light Detail
Ghost Light Detail
Ghost Light Detail
Spirits
Spirits
Spirit
Spirit
Ghost Wall Detail
Ghost Wall Detail
Break A Leg
Break A Leg
Broken Leg
Broken Leg
Tragedy
Tragedy
Scottish Sister #2
Scottish Sister #2
Blow
Blow
Whistle
Whistle
Sheen Gallery
Sheen Gallery
Ghost Light
Ghost LightDiscarded Theater Flat,  House Paint,  Artist Pens (many) 3' x 4' x6"There are many spirits lurking in the theater, including Thespis (the first actor and creator of Greek Tragedy).  It is said that a single burning light should stand center stage to ward off the spirits (or invite them to play onstage during the dark). Piece drawn entirely by hand and took artist 3 months to complete. AVAILABLE
Ghost Light Detail
Ghost Light DetailPointilism with Faber Castell pen.
Ghost Light Detail
Ghost Light DetailScribbles, sketches, faux wood finish all in Faber Castell pen.
Spirits
SpiritsSpirits, the guardians of the theater. They are both called and repelled by the Ghost Light. Created from discarded theater curtain and scrim with acrylic, these are designed to be optical illusions by "wiggling" when the viewer passes.There are 36 total.*Sold Individually. Please contact us for detailed images. 
Spirit
Ghost Wall Detail
Ghost Wall Detail*36 available. Please contact us for image details and pricing. 
Break A Leg
Break A LegDiscarded Theater Curtain Leg from St. Pete Little Theater Acrylic,  Polycrylic  20" x 30"AVAILABLE"Vaudeville performers would only be paid if they performed on stage.  Wishing them “break a leg” meant literally to surpass the theater curtains, also called “legs”, to make it on stage. In Shakespeare times “break a leg” was to bend a leg to take a bow. In Elizabethan times instead of clapping, audiences would bang their chairs often times breaking the leg of a chair."
Broken Leg
Broken LegDiscardedTheater Curtain Leg from St. Pete Little Theater,  House Paint26" x 48"SOLDPainted on discarded theater curtain, cut (broken), reoriented then stitched back together to create a new image. 
Tragedy
TragedyCreated from scrim, this piece is inspired by the Greek actor, Thespis.
Scottish Sister #2
Scottish Sister #212" x 12" Acrylic and Gloss on Black Theater Curtain from St. Pete Little TheaterAVAILABLEYou can never say "Macbeth" aloud in a theater and many believe the bad luck is rooted from the wicked incantations the three witches chant throughout the play. This is Witch #2 with her famous incantation "Something Wicked This Way Comes" can be seen in the upper right portion.*Can hang in any direction 
Blow
BlowDiscarded Theater Curtain Leg,  House Paint28" x 30"*St. Pete Little TheaterAVAILABLEQuote from Lauren Bacall in “To Have and Have Not”, instructing Humfrey Bogart on how to whistle. 
Whistle
WhistleNever whistle in the theater! Original stage crews were nearby sailors in port. Having a complex whistling system while they rigged scenery, anyone whistling a happy tune underneath them may have called for a piece of scenery to be dropped. Painted on discarded theatrical curtain with acrylic. 28" x 30"SOLD
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