X Large-Sized Offbeat Fine Art

Extra large paintings for sale featuring the original offbeat artwork of Michael Auger.

 

Capoferro Crustaceans

Capoferro Crustaceans

This unique painting depicts two swashbuckling crabs swordfighting using the Capoferro technique (with a tip of the hat to The Princess Bride).

Acrylic on 40x30 Canvas

 

 

What's Your Poison

What's Your Poison?

Make happy hour even happier with this fun painting over your bar featuring a bartender that has plenty of helping hands to make sure everyone is taken care of. And, turn down the lights and switch on a blacklight for a party!

Blacklight-Reactive Acrylic on 48x36 Canvas
$2,000.00


 

Quetzalcoatl

Quetzalcoatl

Quetzalcoatl is a Mesoamerican deity whose name comes from the Nahuatl language and means “feathered serpent”. According to the Aztecs, Quetzalcoatl was related to gods of the wind, of the planet Venus, of the dawn, of merchants and of arts, crafts and knowledge. He was also the patron god of the Aztec priesthood, of learning and knowledge. All of these traits connect with my spirit... and I also really like dragons.

Blacklight-Reactive Acrylic on 27x43 Canvas
$2,000.00


 

 

Moonlit Players

Moonlit Players

Before I was a full-time freelance artist I worked as an art director for a stringed instrument maker. I created this piece in the moonlit hours and hung it in my office. It has also been on exhibit at a fine wine cafe in Rockville, Maryland. And now, it can liven up your home.

Acrylic on 30x40 Canvas
$2,000.00


 

 

Communion

Communion

I am constantly filling up sketchbooks with my doodles. The lucky ones I turn into paintings. This piece started out as a doodle of a pac-man inspired guy in a business suit with a frog-like tongue reaching for a power-pellet. For some reason (probably due to a lack of hands) most people think he's a fish. My sister, Jeanne, however saw a spiritual quality to the painting and suggested the the title "Communion" which I think works well.

Acrylic on 24x36 Canvasboard
$1,500.00


 

 

Barrel Full of Fun

Barrel Full of Fun

Why are monkeys so funny? Maybe it is because these animals are so closely related to humans that we share a sense of humor. Maybe it is their humorous expressions or their love of bananas (the ultimate slapstick prop). Whatever the reason, monkeys are a fun subject and what could be more fun then a barrel full of them?

Acrylic 35x45 on masonite

sold

 

 

Bovine Abduction II

Bovine Abduction II

The fascination that aliens have with cows is quite amusing (unless you are a cow). I first created a smaller (20 inch square) version of this painting in 2008. Years later I decided to recreate it at a larger (40 inch square) size. Sometimes the second time around is better than the first.

Blacklight-Reactive Acrylic on 40x40 Canvas

sold

 

 
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