Hey! Ya wanna buy some art? - Update!

Midsummer - 2011
Finally, after many false starts and lots of coaxing by my friends (and a gentle nudge from Partner, who'd really like the storage space back), I have put up an Etsy.com shop. In addition to writing poetry and writing a blog and doing the podcast thing, I paint. I don't do it often, honestly because I do not have much faith in my artistic abilities.

Be that as it may, you cannot call yourself a poet until you've shared your work, and you cannot say you're an artist until you share it with the world, right? So, that's what I'm doing. I'm sharing it with the world.

I hope you like it. 

Below, you'll find an assortment of paintings that are currently up for sale. You can purchase one (or all!) by going to FireLyte.Etsy.com and making an order! The better the reception, the more confident I'll be in my work, and the more I'll paint! This will be a fun foray into the arting world! So, put down the pitchfork - for once - and pick up a paintbrush.

UPDATE: By popular demand, I have added prints of some of the more highly sought after paintings. So, if you can't quite make an original piece fit your budget, there's a $5-$10 print for you! Also, just for fun, I've added the option to buy prints of some of my nature photographs. Hope you like these new additions!

Love and Lyte,

Fire Lyte

Click any pic to enlarge.

Above & Below
In this room.
An Eye Forward
and the deer will lick the dew off the new day
The Dividing Line
Bardic Tale


  1. Very Inspiring. :) Also brave. Putting your art out there. Good for you. I wish you success.
    I like your paintings very much and hope others
    will as well.

    Thanks for sharing your talent both on the blog, podcast, and also your art. :)

  2. You have some great stuff Fire Lyte! I wish I had the money to buy the Summer Solstice one. If it's still around for a while I'll try to save up a little loose change from pay checks. (Right no all the saving I am doing is going towards the PPSM..)

    I applaud you for putting up an etsy account and putting your art out there. I have been fumbling with some stuff to get on etsy, and hopefully I'll join you in the near future there too.

  3. Have you considered making smaller prints available for sale? Or even doing the cafe press thing (mugs and totes and such) with your images. I agree with Faelyn, the Summer Solstice one is nice :)


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