Amazing Works By Ron – Creativeness At It’s Best

Amazing Works By Ron – Creativeness At It’s Best

My gallery of amazing oils and acrylic creations for your viewing pleasure.

“My Deceased Dog Pumpkin Lying On Her Favorite Blanket”  Rat Terrier Breed, Oil Painting on Canvas, 18 x 24 x 1.0 


“Adult Beagle Relaxing On A Sunday Afternoon,” Light Brown & White In Color, Acrylic Painting on Canvas, 15 x 30 x 1.5,  Price: $350.00 + Shipping


“My Collie Wants To Know What’s On Your Mind?” Lemon & White In Color, Acrylic Painting on Canvas, 20 x 20 x 1.0 Price: $250.00 + Shipping



Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, ” The Most Nobelist Of Them All.” Acrylic Painting on Canvas, 16 x 20 x 1.0, Price: $310.00 + Shipping


rons creations
English Bulldog, “Friendly And Goofy-Looking, But Lovable,” Acrylic Painting on Canvas, 18 x 24 x 1.0, Price: $290.00 + Shipping


“A Beagle Pup On A Cloudy And Chilly Day.” Acrylic Painting on Canvas, 20 x 20 x 1.0 Price: $270.00

“A Patient Dalmation Sitting On The Dock Of The Bay.” Acrylic Painting on Canvas, 16 x 20 x 1.0 Price: $230.00 + Shipping


No Doubt About It, “A German Shepherd Is The Smartest Breed Of Them All.” Acrylic Painting on Canvas, 18 x 24 x 1.0 Price: $230.00 + Shipping


“This Curious Kitty Is Gonna Get The Surprise Of Its Life.” Oil Painting on Canvas, 18 x 24 x 1.0 Price: $380.00 + Shipping


“Lady Of The Night.” Oil Painting on Canvas, 18 x 24 x 1.0 Price: $400.00 + Shipping


“The French Revolution” Between 1789 To 1799. Oil Painting On Board, 44 x 44 x 1.5
“Still Life,” Oil Painting on Canvas, 20 x 16 x 1.0


“Ghetto Life During The Summer” Oil Painting on Canvas, 36 x 25.5 x 2.0 Price: $700.00


“Olden Day Romance,” Charcoal On Board. 23 x 27 x 2.0.

“Playful Cat Under Tree” Acrylic on canvas, 20 x 20 x 1.5 Price: $300.00



“Friends Til The End.” Acrylic on canvas 24 x 30 x 1.5 Price: $400.00




Creative Drawings Complied In My Book

Drawing and putting together a humor book was a long time idea that finally rose to the forefront. I love writing humor that folks can relate to. I came up with an idea that could help prepare lonely singles that want to venture out into the dating scene.

I thought it would be great if a person knew about an individual BEFORE they get totally involved with him or her. In other words, It’ll be like having your own personal and private ‘Crystal Ball.’ This humor book is their crystal ball.

Presented in a ‘Show and Tell’ format, this guidebook offers the single individual an hilarious glimpse into the personality of the opposite sex. The wacky information from this book will somewhat enable a person to prepare their game plan in advance.

They would have insight on what to expect in terms of  a person’s occupation, favorite foods, drinks, music, movies, tv shows, sports, hobbies, type of car, last book read, turn ons/turn offs, secret fantasy, astrological sign, personality, Ideal mate, where to meet, goal, & rating.

Now with all this information in the single person’s possession (for what it’s worth), and a well thought out plan of action, any man or woman can be theirs.  Here’s a sample profile on one of the characters in this book.

I put this character’s profile at the top of my comedy ‘hit’ list. I gave myself a good laugh while creating this one. Although, all my characters profile’s give me a good feeling, this one represents many whiners living in our society today.

The men out there who’s still attached to mom’s apron strings. The spoiled type looking for love, affection and pampering. (The same affection mom gave him when she help tuck him in at night with his milk and cookies).

Ladies, when seeking a dating partner, here’s an example of what you could possibly end up with:

‘Mama’s Boy’

VITAL STATISTICS – Age: 24 to 49, Height: 5’7″ to 6’4″, Weight: Excess Baby Fat

OCCUPATION – You may find this type working in a toy discount warehouse facility. Or maybe you’ll run across this type sweeping hair at the neighborhood barber shop, working part-time at a nursery or helping his parents out in the family owned hardware store.


FAVORITE FOODS – Dining with him will consist of a plate of warm baby cabbages, macaroni & cheese, and a Milky Way bar.

For lunch, you’ll share a peanut butter sandwich, two candy canes and a huge bowl of alphabet soup.

Dinner will be a Happy Meal from McDonalds, loaded with chicken nuggets and a chocolate chip cookie.

FAVORITE DRINKS – Wanna stay in and have drinks with this thumb sucking mama’s boy? If so, then be prepared to spend a cozy, romantic evening in front of the fireplace sipping Nestle Chocolate NesQuik.

Also, he’ll talk you into downing a couple of swigs of prune juice. According to his crazy philosophy, this will loosen ya’ll bowels thoroughly and help ease any anxiety progression towards a decent sexual performance.

….but first, he must call mom to get tips on the best positions!

FAVORITE MUSIC – ‘The Flintstones’ opening theme song will be high on his Top 10 chart. Also, you’ll be dancing to the beat from the ‘Three Stooges’ jingle and ‘The Simpsons’. (hey, those guys are his idols).

FAVORITE MOVIES/TV SHOWS – This childish joker will expect you to accompany him in viewing old video taped reruns of ‘Bozo’s Circus,’ and ‘the Disney Classics.’ Your fun-filled evening will also include MTV, and ‘Tom & Jerry’ cartoons.

FAVORITE SPORTS/HOBBIES – His hobby activities will include sand castle building, competitive dog & cat grooming and spit-shining old rusty wagon wheels. As far as the physical fitness portion is concerned, his legs receive plenty of exercise from jumping up and down when he doesn’t get his way.

TYPE OF CAR – He’ll really think he’s impressing you when he picks you up in a pint-size Yugo or ‘clown car,’ which will display his newly customized Donald and Daffy Duck interior.

(he’ll glow with pride when he tells you that it took every cent from his piggy bank to get the job done).

LAST BOOK- ‘Bedwetting Made Easy’  by Dr. Phil A. Bladder

TURN-ON’S – Tootsie Roll Pops with the bubble gum center, a well-oiled skateboard and a woman who enjoys 24-hour cartoon marathons.

TURN-OFF’S – Bossy women who are into competitive sports, a toy store going out of business, feminist groups and a chick that has a hand shake stronger than his.

SECRET FANTASY – To hold firm in his possession the largest collection of Harry Potter Magic and Mystery novels.



PERSONALITY – Still probably still camping out at home, this immature clown is half way through a mind alteration process.

Having strong family ties, he’s very sensitive to the suggestions and wishes of mom.

He’ll always compare you and your cooking to dear ol’ mom.

IDEAL WOMAN – To be a mirror image of mom.

WHERE TO MEET – You can find this type usually at any Toys-R-Us, his mama’s favorite neighborhood supermarket, the corner cany store or the video arcade.

GOAL – To one day, meet and marry a woman just like good ol’ mom.

RATING – 2.4….. You probably think to yourself, you wish you had a way to study a character’s profile of this type before you started dating. Your relationship with this man could go either way.

But the long-term lecture from him constantly comparing you to his mother, could be bad for your mental health. A very stressful thing! Unfortunately, If you have a mental collapse, this could possibly lead to drastic actions. Do you have any idea which actions I’m referring to?

Those actions that you know will eventually come; such as You going to the penitentiary and him?… to the graveyard!


Did you Like Mama’s Boy? Click here to read “Medicated Medicine Woman” “The Nerd” “The Handyman” “Veterinarian Vera” and more.

20 Replies to “Amazing Works By Ron – Creativeness At It’s Best”

  1. I really like the animal/pet images you’ve created at the start of the article, but the painting that really stands out to me, is the Ghetto Life During The Summer piece. 

    I really like the way it captures the madness of a built up area like the Ghetto, and I love the colours you have used on the concrete and the main building. Very interesting style of artwork.

    1. Thank you Chris. This ti one of my favorite pieces as well. Capturing the concept within inner city living was very interesting to paint. I think it’s a very complete piece of work.

  2. Oh I love the paintings of the dogs. I actually have a dalmatian and your painting depicts the breed of dog very well! How long does it take you to do each of these paintings? I think my favourite one out of all these is the Ghetto Life In The Summer one. I just like the feel of it and how it transported me to a life like scene. Was this inspired by an actual place you knew, or just something you imagined? Very well done!

    1. Thank you Liz for checking in. It seems most folks love dog paintings. It always reminds them of their current or former pet they once had. Each painting size varies. Oil paintings may take longer as opposed to acrylic paintings (depending on how detailed it is.) So each creative time varies. 

      The Ghetto painting touches on a little of my past as a young boy, but not as bad as the painting displays.

  3. Hi Ron! These are really amazing pieces. I enjoyed very much going through your gallery. There is this artistic experience in each one of your works that makes me recognize you’ve been doing this for a long time. We mature as humans. And the art we create matures too. My favorite is Cavalier King Charles Spaniel. Can you ship to any country in the World?

    1. Hi Henry. I’m glad you enjoyed my work. Yes, I’ve been painting for a number of years, since the 70’s. I enjoy this very much. I’m not just a painter of animals, but a creative painter in general. As far as shipping a piece of artwork goes, it depends on where you are located. Size and weight also determines the cost of shipping. Where are you located? Once I get more info from you, i’ll let you know.

  4. I must say that this is great Ron. I like unique work and your pictures are simply amazing. I think that it is definitely worth the price as it can make every house more beautiful and elegant. I can see A patient Dalmation as a super gift to my friend who already have this dog. Thanks a lot for sharing your collection, its brilliant.

    1. Thanks Daniel for checking in with me and the compliments. I love connecting my art to what people’s taste would be. Most folks seem to love their animals. I really don’t want to label myself just a ‘painter of animals,’ but a painter of ALL things. 

  5. Thanks for sharing this wonderful post, this post shows pure creativity and I must confess that in I’m in love with every painting you made on this post but the one that caught my eyes was that of the ghetto life during the summer it reminds me of my childhood memories back there nice piece of art. Will definitely get that.

    1. Thanks for the compliment Seun. I try to display my works that suits all. It seems my ‘Ghetto life during the summer’ is liked by many that view my page. But my animals are also an ‘eye catcher’. Let me know if you’re really interested in my ‘ghetto’ scene. 

  6. Your Collie picture is so beautiful. Anyone can just look at this and feel better about their day. Are they all your dog? The ghetto life is hilarious, your art reminds me of some artist in NYC subway, maybe you can sell it to them too. Have you completed any of your humor book yet? They look good, remind me that I used to love reading comic strips. Great work. 

    1. Hi Nuttanee. I’m glad to see you like certain animal breeds. Collies are pretty, with their golden and brown fur. A joy to paint, as all of them were. The ‘Ghetto’ scene could take place in any city and could be a part of anyone’s past life. It’s something we all could relate to.

  7. These paintings are amazing!  I would like to think I have a creative side but I don’t think I could ever do this.  For the animal lover this is a great way to decorate.  I really like the French Revolution creation.  I love history and this is a great way to show it.

    1. Thanks Jeff. I love to paint and display my joy out to others through my work. Yes these animals would decorate someone’s family room. The French Revolution was a most noticeable part of history. Many past history books touched on this era. (Glad I didn’t have to live through those times). 

  8. Hi Ron,

    I have read your “mama’s boy article”. You have a good sense of humor. I was really smiling just imagining your protagonist. Do you have more of this humorous posts? I like to read those.. 

    About your gallery. You are really a talented guy. I could not even make a simple drawing. But for you, from acrylic to oil to charcoal, you nailed everything. Nice pieces of art…

    1. Hi my friend emman. Glad you enjoyed my gallery of paintings and ‘mama’s boy’ cartoon character profile. I put a lot of work into these projects to make them the best they can be. Thank you for the compliment. As far as seeing more of my funny characters, then go here:

  9. These are some amazing and creative paintings and I have always wished I was able to paint like this. I guess it is more like a gift rather than something that could be learned. These are really amazing and there are not a lot of people that are this good and willing to show their ability to the world. 

    For being able to do this shows just how amazing and courageous you are. I really wish you all the best as you go after your dreams.

    1. Thanks Jay for checking out my work. Painting, along with music, is my life. That is something you never tire of! You are right when you stated this is a gift. When I was younger, I never knew how involved in art I would be. But as time evolved, I became deeper involved and all worked out for the better. Please share my works with others.

  10. Great pieces of art work, they remind me of my childhood dream of making drawings and paintings. Realistically speaking, it’s no longer possible now that I am already busy with business. So, to convert my passion into something profitable, I’d love selling art-related stuffs with my online store. With your works, if I buy one of them like for example, that painting of the Adult Beagle Relaxing on Sunday, will there be another copy of it, if one of my customers got interested to have a similar painting? I asked this because, I am interested in reselling them via my websites.

    1. Hi Gomer, thanks for visiting. I visited the Dominican Republic a few weeks ago, and saw many beach vendors selling other artist work. Very nice paintings and drawings on display. (Just goes to show how much talents around). These vendors sold the art on a commission based agreement with each artist. 

      With my work, for example you mentioned ‘Adult Beagle Relaxing on a Sunday Afternoon,’ you would purchase the painting. Then, print up copies and sell to your customers. We can work out agreement based on each print sell. Let me know what you think?  

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