Looking to Collect NFT Paintings?

Not many people know this, but I started out as a sculptor. I worked in the curatorial department of a museum. I had gallery shows. One of my ten-foot-tall pieces was purchased by a municipality and displayed in City Hall. It wasn’t long before I started working as a prop builder in local theater productions.

Along the way, my lifelong love affair with cinema drove me toward special effects work. I casted body parts, sculpted skins, and painted finishing effects. I became a freelance SFX makeup artist while also working as a puppet builder and scenic painter. Yeah, I earned plenty of IMDB cred (under another name).

That’s when I fell in love with painting paintings.

Now that I’m older, I’ve turned to digital media. But I still pick up a paint brush and slap acrylic to canvas whenever I can. Painting helps when I can’t “find the words” so sitting down and pushing color around has become an important part of my writing process. My walls are full of my canvases, and each one is a story behind a story. Sometimes they’re a feeling. Sometimes they’re a scene. Sometimes they’re a concept. Always, they’re colorful.

So I thought, “Why not NFT these beauties?”

Note: the images below are low resolution copies of the NFT collectibles in my Kodadot gallery.

 

My Collection of Carbonless NFT Paintings

Womanoids Dream
Womanoids Dream
Innovative Carbonless NFT Paintings by Ava Lock
Maggie's Passion
Innovative Carbonless NFT Paintings by Ava Lock
Pridescape
Innovative Carbonless NFT Paintings by Ava Lock
Machine Learning #1: Sun
Innovative Carbonless NFT Paintings by Ava Lock
Machine Learning #2: Tree
Innovative Carbonless NFT Paintings by Ava Lock
Machine Learning #3: Sea