Dooryard Jam, digital painting by Troy Eittreim

Surreal digital painting of Good Time Jazz Folk Music jam and jamboree, by troy Eittreim Wacky funky folky fine art cartoon

Lively Country Jam Session

Do you, or someone you know like Folk Music? The Banjo? The Blues?

Wanna make the piggies squeal? Then this party is for you!

This silly piece is inspired by love of folk music, and has serious good time rhythm!

Old hen bob’n up and down, chickens prance and trot around.

Jasper shuffles thru the yard, chuggin ‘is Gin n Juice.

Ol boy gonna play da’ card.

Oh boy gonna cut it loose!

Banjo George an’ George Tyrone

make ‘em pot heads roll n drone!

They’s pick’n double four-time, an’ sound’n so sublime

Young Betty just a’cluck’n. An’ Ol Betty’s just divine!

Would you like to buy a print? I offer four price points!

• Limited edition museum quality fine art photographic prints
• Unsigned unlimited edition high quality digital poster prints

on Etsy

on Square Market

Warm fawn, faded rose and toffee.

Playfully charming and simple, this neutral tone and terra-cotta scheme would be a perfect choice behind the bar or wherever people like to have a good time!

Are you believer in Fung Shiu? Warm tones and lots of rhythm and moment this computer-generated image would excellent maintain the fiery energy of the West.

Inspired by

  • Folk Music
  • Tex Avery

Funkie folkie surreal digital painting created on the computer using photo-compositing, photo-manipulation, photo-montage and vector drawing. This is Wacky, Kookie surreal digital art. A cartoonish illustration. Fantasy Art. By self taught digital and computer artist. This is a complex and densely textured computer-generated image of Folk Music Jam


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