SARAH STUPAK Pop Surrealism Paintings & Adult Coloring Pages

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Charli Dance
Charli Dance

Charli Dance. 2015. 16″ x 20″ It’s a glorious new morning and Charli is ready to play and love and live like a kitty should with her favorite toys. Animals have hopes and anticipations for the future. They enjoy so much and deserve peace and safety. Learn why I create animal art

The Chained Dogs of America
The Chained Dogs of America

The Chained Dogs of America. 2015. 12″ x 16″ Up, down, left, and right; red, white, and blue. They’ve got us on a chain. Some of us are barking and choking and straining our necks against our collars. Some of us are still patiently waiting for a treat from our favorite, good ol’ Master Sam. […]

Beau
Beau

  Beau. 2015. 16″ x 20″ She’s not too sure all of this is best, but it is the only way she can see. All the bee friends are working together, though, and they know they can do it with their determination and noses.

Bibbidy Bat
Bibbidy Bat

Bibbidy Bat. 2014. 8″ x 10″

Kitty
Kitty

Kitty. 2014 20″ x 30″ Kitty, standing near the edge of a neglected garden for her portrait, gazes wearily and with a serious look. She braces her petite, yellow, dress-draped, frame lazily amongst the curling clouds on the bricks. This painting was inspired by the Leo Tolstoy novel, Anna Karenina.

The Diver
The Diver

The Diver. 2014 11″ x 14″, Acrylic on canvas panel. A strong, dashing stag leaps in a flurry of blue and white. Wet puffs of steam trail from his nostrils into the frozen air. Focus and fortitude glow out through smoking eyes. 

Snowball
Snowball

Snowball. 2014 Digital Pop Surrealism Painting

Rabbits
Rabbits

Rabbits. 2014 12″ x 16″, Acrylic on stretched canvas.

The Monkey as King
The Monkey as King

The Monkey as King, 2014. 12 x 12 x 1.5, Acrylic on stretched canvas The Monkey as King is quite a disturbingly relevant story in today’s society. The foolish monkey king sits exposed as a fraud amongst his gawking sheeple subjects. Perhaps the fox would have rather been mistaken about the sad, unfit king, than […]

Vanilla Sounded Chocolate, Music in Practice and Theory
Vanilla Sounded Chocolate, Music in Practice and Theory

Vanilla Sounded Chocolate, Music in Practice and Theory, 2014

Forward
Forward

Forward. 2013 An acrylic pop surrealism anthropomorphic painting by Sarah Stupak. A little coyote boy gazes off of a rocky cliff at the setting sun. There is an earthy warmth wrapping itself around thoughts in his little mind  of what could be next to come. A familiar feeling of hope compulsively arises and is bitterly rejected, […]

Wallflower
Wallflower

Wallflower. 2013 16″ x 20″ Acrylic painting on stretched canvas. Art about the 6th mass extinction. A Malabar civet, recently extinct, found in the only place he fits into the human’s earth: on some tacky wallpaper. Learn why I create pop surrealism animal art.

Little Deer – Pop Surrealism Animal Art Painting by Sarah Stupak
Little Deer - Pop Surrealism Animal Art Painting by Sarah Stupak

Little Deer. 2013 16″ x 20″ Acrylic on stretched canvas. The second in the series of pop surrealism animal art paintings, Please Don’t Hurt My Babies. Little deer is awakening from death and becoming a little angel. Beyond our physical forms, we are the same. Learn why I create animal art  

Piggie
Piggie

Piggie. 2013 Pop surrealism animal art. Acrylic painting. This pop surrealism painting is the first in the series of paintings, Please Don’t Hurt My Babies. This sweet baby is surrounded by uniformed school children and is feeling rather nervous. He wants to learn and grow just like them. He even has pink skin just like […]

No Place Like Home
No Place Like Home

No Place Like Home. 2013 16″ x 20″ Acrylic Pop Surrealism Painting

Yin and Yang
Yin and Yang

Order a print of this painting Yin and Yang. 2011 Pop surrealism acrylic painting on 9″ x 12″ x 0.5″ wood panel. A yellow lizard clings to the large disembodied fang of an unknown, presumably deceased, predator. This painting is depicting the astounding balance and variety of earth’s inhabitants. Learn why I create animal art.

The Sun Wants to Sleep in Your Eyes
The Sun Wants to Sleep in Your Eyes

Order a print of this painting The Sun Wants to Sleep in Your Eyes. 2011 Pop surrealism painting on 36″ x 24″stretched canvas. Cheetahs, seeming very out of place, are sauntering through the streets of an abandoned town. Forlorn eyes and a damned environment for the past inhabitants, and now the current. The predators are […]

Vanity
Vanity

Order a print of this painting Vanity. 2013 Pop surrealism acrylic painting on 18″ x 24″x 1″ wood panel. A mandarin duck and a bird of paradise quarrel in front of a dirty antique mirror in the rain. Pop Surrealism Animal Art. Learn why I create animal art

The Black and White Kids Club
The Black and White Kids Club

The Black and White Kid’s Club. 2012 Pop surrealism art. Acrylic Painting Learn why I create animal art

Burning
Burning

Burning. 2013 Pop surrealism art. Acrylic painting. Learn why I create animal art

Life Is Good
Life Is Good

Life Is Good. 2011. Pop surrealism art. Acrylic painting. Learn why I create animal art

Anything is Everything
Anything is Everything

Order a print of this painting Anything is Everything. 2011 This original pop surrealism acrylic painting is done on a 18″ x 18″ x 1.5″ wood panel. A lion with his eyes closed peacefully in meditation appears as the setting sun on the ocean horizon. Three sail boats balance on the dark ocean in the […]

Autumn
Autumn

Order a high quality print of this painting Autumn. 2011 Pop surrealism art. Acrylic painting. Learn why I create animal art

New Mexico
New Mexico

Order a print of this painting New Mexico. 2012 This original pop surrealism acrylic painting is done on a 16″ x 20″ x 1″ wood panel. A fox peers severely out of a dilapidated window. His eyes reflect the bleached grey sky of the stark world outside. He is a refugee watching the strange world […]

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