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Regular price $50.00 CAD
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Monica is mysterious and a different take from Carrie & Peacocky. She’s subtle but confident. Modest but strong. A good reminder to be confident and strong. Monica is a part of the Body Positive Collection that was launched in January.  

Monica was created using black and white paint, which matches her beautiful white glass shadow box frame perfectly. Monica is very “clean” looking and will easily match any room’s decor. This piece is an original. Once it’s sold, it’s gone.

The background on the frame is reflective making this piece look multi dimensional. You won’t find anything like this at the big box stores. She is ready to hang or can stand.

Each one has a special message on the back written by the artist.

Support a small business by purchasing one of these lovely ladies. Each one is unique just like us. Each body is different. Just like us. And each one is beautiful. Just like us! 💕

Framed 8x10 inches. 
Ready to Hang. 

Buy Two Or More Paintings From The Body Positive Collection And Shipping Is Free Within Canada. 

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Tracy's work has been displayed at Robert McLaughlin Gallery. She has donated pieces for auctions and fundraisers for various causes and charities. You can view her work at the Cafe Oshawa House in downtown Oshawa or checkout her socials for daily updates.

Local Art For Home or Office

Inquire about our original art work that can easily be made for your home or office. We specialize in paintings on canvas as well as murals.
We currently have art displayed in “The Cafe Oshawa House” for people to enjoy while sipping on their coffee. We also had paintings featured in the Robert McLaughlin Gallery.