everyone is creative.
My core belief is that everyone is creative. Never doubt your creativity. Get bored, play, don't focus on the end product. It's a bout the process. If you just let yourself get creative and play, then you will surprise yourself. Doing this is essential to mental health- you will benefit greatly in your everyday life if you take time to play.
Artists do what they love....and it is valuable
I create custom artwork in various media, such as acrylic, ink, and watercolor. I specialize in something called "humanoid pets"....it may not be your style, but if it is, I am happy to create a humanized version of your pet!
I do not work in oil anymore. Below are the prices for acrylic paintings on canvas. All canvases will come wired and ready to hang. Prices vary between media and size. Please allow a minimum of 2-8 weeks.
When ordering a commissioned artwork, I will ask you to describe the commission you are interested in. For example, if you are interested in a humanoid version of your pet, please tell me how you visualize them. A used Car Sales Man? A clown? Also list toys, treats, and other things your pet likes if you'd like it personalized.
Sizes & Prices:
10"x10" Face Only $120
12"x12" Face Only $150
30" x 30" $900
36” x 48” $1,200
And so on....
Email me with any questions and/or to commission an art piece.
If you interested in ordering a commission, please fill out the form here.
past work commissioned by my lovely patrons.
Click each link below to see my series of work through the years.
Artist inspirations: the work of Jenny Saville. Her work was honest, grotesque and brave. Her brushstrokes are emulated in my paintings until this day. Her color palette is rich, her forms fleshy, and her subjects seem to live in a world of punk culture. Subsequently, I was also inspired by the work of Francis Bacon, Lucian Freud, and Egon Schiele.
Grief and the Full Cup of Joy (2021 - present)
Experimentation Series (2018 - 2020)
Medulla (2015 - 2017)
Some of the Lesser Mad (2013 - 2014)
College Work (2009 - 2011)
Mery McNett is a Tulsa-based multimedia artist/animator and a graduate of the University of Tulsa where she studied painting under artist Mark Lewis. She has worked in the Tulsa Arts District for over 12 years, creating graphic visuals and teaching various forms of art, such as video, animation, painting and drawing. She has had work shown throughout Oklahoma and other areas. Her work consists of various media, including sculpture, ink, watercolor, oil paintings, video art, etc.