Bass Tentacle by Meg Lyman

Gouache and ink on ACEO paper


To accompany the Treble Tentacle, here’s the Bass. It has patriotic colors sort of, so happy Independence Day for USAians!


Nutria Jaw by Meg Lyman

4×4″ oil on board

Etsy link

I’m fascinated with the delightfully odd shape of nutria jaws. They remind me of flowers, so I made this one pink. Plus I wanted to try out my Old Holland Ultramarine Red-Pink.


Bongo by Meg Lyman

5×7″ gouache on paper

Etsy link

If I were a cephalopod that could change colors, I’d dress up like a bongo sometimes. Snail shells for horns and clam shells for ears. Cuttlefish cosplay.


Soooo busy. Have a lobster chef!

Gouache and ink on ACEO


Thanks to everyone who stopped by my table and who bought cute things to take home! I appreciate you all. Sorry I lost my voice and could only croak. Time to restock for my next show, Oddmall!


Firefighter by Meg Lyman

8×10″ gouache on illustration board



Since we’re a month into 2015, calendars are on super discount. $22 $14 – that’s 35% off! Get ’em while they last!


Adventure Time! by Meg Lyman

8×10″ gouache on board


I could do so many of these.



Snowman by Meg Lyman

8×10″ gouache on cold press board

Etsy link

Happy 2015, everyone! I’ve got my art plan all ready to go. Although I want to continue to focus on fine art, one of my goals is to get the 2016 calendar art done early. Here’s one of them!


I saw Airways Brewing’s limited edition Final Departure Imperial Stout at the store, with a sign saying One per Customer. That always gets my attention, at the least. But this one… it has an AIRPLANE on it. And not only an airplane, a sorta decaying, mossy one that hits me right here, man. It might be a 767, which mean it might have CF6 engines on it, and I worked on those a while back. So of course I had to have it. It’s a beautiful dark beer with a coppery head and fruity aroma. It has a very bitter, full taste with a hint of coffee and a smooth brightness. There is a lingering bitter aftertaste, too. Although it’s not my most favorite flavor (I like them sweet), the taste really fits the name and the art. Would recommend ++.

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