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pink koala t shirt by Australian pop artist Merry Sparks

HOW MUCH CAN A KOALA? on black or white

To buy this Koala Shirt, please choose your options below and click the Add to Cart -button. You will see your order at the bottom of this page once it refreshes. You can order more than one shirt by changing the value in the Quantity box.  This shirt is printed on BLACK or WHITE apparel. Contact Merry […]

The Dingo Did It t shirt by Australian pop artist Merry Sparks

THE DINGO DID IT on charcoal grey

To buy this Dingo Shirt, please choose your options below and click the Add to Cart -button. You will see your order at the bottom of this page once it refreshes. You can order more than one shirt by changing the value in the Quantity box.  This shirt is printed on CHARCOAL GREY for Guys Tees, […]

Sic 'Em T-Rex No 1 by Australian Pop Art Artist Merry Sparks

Sic em Rex No. 1

  FOR SALE – buy the original, please enquire HERE Size – H92 x W92cm Medium – Acrylic on poly/cotton canvas, framed with a contemporary black profile, silver edge float frame with 1cm “shadow” gap between the painting and the frame. Original paintings will be delivered via the most respected art specialists within Australia.  For […]

Dinner by Merry Sparks

Dinner

What are we doing to our environment? Do we have too much of an influence over the slow destruction of our beautiful world? Why is it that as the most intelligent species, we leave behind a trail of destruction in our wake? One day we might self-implode. I have too many questions and no tangible […]

Count Yourself Lucky No 1 by Merry Sparks

Count Yourself Lucky No 1

Originally a common Japanese figurine with the never-ceasing waving arm, the “Maneki-Neko”  is as popular with Chinese merchants as it is with the Japanese, bringing good luck, fortune, happy days, and all round good times for everyone within it’s vicinity. Feelin’ Lucky? – You should be.  Count Yourself Lucky even to be alive in this […]

Skullduggery 1 pop art painting by Australian artist Merry Sparks

Skullduggery No 1

There seems to be a fascination with skulls in art, particularly since Andy Warhol painted his Skull series and now every Pop-Artist and his dog is painting them.  So thinking outside the square,  here’s an interesting twist –  a carved Asian bull’s skull. How can something so macabre become so beautiful and intriguing? FOR SALE […]

This acrylic and oil pastel modern artwork of a butterfly is inspired by the bright colours of Australian nature, by Merry Sparks

Life’s A Butterfly

I have a fascination for weightlessness, complete freedom and the beauty of wings in various forms, because hosted to them, are beautiful creatures often displaying colours of the rainbow. The transparency of an insect wing is just that – coloured like a rainbow. Buy Original – SOLD Size – H110 x W110cm Medium – Acrylic and […]

The Dingo Did It No 6

Contemporary Australian Legend has it that a dingo stole and killed a 9 week old baby at Uluru.  Without doubt, it was proven that the dingo really did take the baby, but a percentage of the public remain unconvinced. From Asia, it arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago and it remains a resilient natural […]

The Dingo Did It No. 10

Contemporary Australian Legend has it that a dingo stole and killed a 9 week old baby at Uluru.  Without doubt, it was proven that the dingo really did take the baby, but a percentage of the public remain unconvinced. From Asia, it arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago and it remains a resilient natural […]

The Dingo Did It Mural

Contemporary Australian Legend has it that a dingo stole and killed a 9 week old baby at Uluru.  Without doubt, it was proven that the dingo really did take the baby, but a percentage of the public remain unconvinced. From Asia, it arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago and it remains a resilient natural canine, never […]

The Dingo Did It No. 19

Contemporary Australian Legend has it that a dingo stole and killed a 9 week old baby at Uluru.  Without doubt, it was proven that the dingo really did take the baby, but a percentage of the public remain unconvinced. From Asia, it arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago and it remains a resilient natural […]

The Dingo Did It No. 17

Contemporary Australian Legend has it that a dingo stole and killed a 9 week old baby at Uluru.  Without doubt, it was proven that the dingo really did take the baby, but a percentage of the public remain unconvinced. From Asia, it arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago and it remains a resilient natural […]

The Dingo Did It No. 16

Contemporary Australian Legend has it that a dingo stole and killed a 9 week old baby at Uluru.  Without doubt, it was proven that the dingo really did take the baby, but a percentage of the public remain unconvinced. From Asia, it arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago and it remains a resilient natural […]

The Dingo Did It No. 15

Contemporary Australian Legend has it that a dingo stole and killed a 9 week old baby at Uluru.  Without doubt, it was proven that the dingo really did take the baby, but a percentage of the public remain unconvinced. From Asia, it arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago and it remains a resilient natural […]

The Dingo Did It No. 14

Contemporary Australian Legend has it that a dingo stole and killed a 9 week old baby at Uluru.  Without doubt, it was proven that the dingo really did take the baby, but a percentage of the public remain unconvinced. From Asia, it arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago and it remains a resilient natural […]

The Dingo Did It No. 13

Contemporary Australian Legend has it that a dingo stole and killed a 9 week old baby at Uluru.  Without doubt, it was proven that the dingo really did take the baby, but a percentage of the public remain unconvinced. From Asia, it arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago and it remains a resilient natural […]

The Dingo Did It No. 12

Contemporary Australian Legend has it that a dingo stole and killed a 9 week old baby at Uluru.  Without doubt, it was proven that the dingo really did take the baby, but a percentage of the public remain unconvinced. From Asia, it arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago and it remains a resilient natural […]

The Dingo Did It No. 11

Contemporary Australian Legend has it that a dingo stole and killed a 9 week old baby at Uluru.  Without doubt, it was proven that the dingo really did take the baby, but a percentage of the public remain unconvinced. From Asia, it arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago and it remains a resilient natural […]

Fucked Duck No. 1

Why does “Duck Season” exist?  What are we doing to our environment? Do we have too much of an influence over the slow destruction of our beautiful world? Why is it that as the most intelligent species, we leave behind a trail of destruction in our wake? One day we might self-implode. I have too […]

The Dingo Did It No. 9

Contemporary Australian Legend has it that a dingo stole and killed a 9 week old baby at Uluru.  Without doubt, it was proven that the dingo really did take the baby, but a percentage of the public remain unconvinced. From Asia, it arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago and it remains a resilient natural […]

The Dingo Did It No 8

Contemporary Australian Legend has it that a dingo stole and killed a 9 week old baby at Uluru.  Without doubt, it was proven that the dingo really did take the baby, but a percentage of the public remain unconvinced. From Asia, it arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago and it remains a resilient natural […]

Throw Another Prawn 6 painting by Australian Pop Artist Merry Sparks

Throw Another Prawn No 6

“Throw another prawn on the barby mate!”  Australians invented the barbecue, and it has become our staple method of cooking for casual lunches and dinners all year round.  Even in times of a blizzard!  And to quote Hoges – suggesting we should throw another prawn on the barby when the rest of the world dines […]

Throw Another Prawn No 5

“Throw another prawn on the barby mate!”  Australians invented the barby (barbecue), and it has become our staple method of cooking for casual lunches and dinners all year round.  Even in times of a blizzard!  And to quote “Hoges” – suggesting we should throw another prawn on the barby when the rest of the world […]

pop art London phone box painting by Australian artist Merry Sparks

iPhonebox Hyde Park London Pop Art Painting No 3

Technology moves so fast, that it’s nice to see the original iPhone grandfather.  The phone box is a place where you can:   graffiti; call your lover; do a sneaky deal; or D – all of the above.  Here are a couple of grandfather’s from Hyde Park, London.   Buy the Original – SOLD Size – H92 […]

How Much Can A Koala? No 5

How much can a Koala bear? – sadly, koala numbers are languishing as Australians encroach upon their territory.  We all love them and see them as cute, cuddly marsupials but here’s one with ‘TUDE. FOR SALE – buy the original, please enquire HERE Painting Size – H92 x W92cm Medium – Acrylic on poly/cotton canvas, […]

How Much Can A Koala? No 4

How much can a Koala bear? – sadly, koala numbers are languishing as Australians encroach upon their territory.  We all love them and see them as cute, cuddly marsupials but here’s one with ‘TUDE. FOR SALE – buy the original, please enquire HERE Size – H92 x W92cm Medium – Acrylic on poly/cotton canvas Original […]

Australian red kangaroo oil painting by Merry Sparks

You Win Some, You Lose Some No 17

Ever heard of the Australian Big Red?  Well here they are in my representation of “Aussie Battlers” who make up a large percentage of the Australian population. Many people endure difficult financial times not only within Australia, but globally, and the survival of the fittest ensures prosperity for generations to come.  The ”X” which appears […]

The Dingo Did It and Azaria popart painting by Australian artist Merry Sparks

The Dingo Did It No 3

Contemporary Australian Legend has it that a dingo stole and killed a 9 week old baby called Azaria Chamberlain at Ayers Rock/Uluru.  Without doubt, it was proven that the dingo really did take the baby, but a percentage of the public remain unconvinced. From Asia, it arrived in Australia about 5,000 years ago and it remains […]

How Much Can A Koala No 3

How much can a Koala bear? – sadly, koala numbers are languishing as Australians encroach upon their territory.  We all love them and see them as cute, cuddly marsupials but here’s one with ‘TUDE. FOR SALE – buy the original, please enquire HERE Size – H92 x W122cm Medium – Acrylic on poly/cotton canvas, framed […]

Better The Devil You Know No 2

What came first – The Devil or Tasmania? The Tassie Devil has a face that only a mother could love, and it is nearly an extinct species native only to the state of Australia called Tasmania.  It’s a fierce little animal – about knee high – and is tenacious with teeth more akin to those […]

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