Word Bubble Wall Panels

by Martha Rich

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Artist Statement

I make art that makes me happy.

Why We Love It

These wooden word bubbles keep it 100. Be just as genuine in showing your locale some love with I Like It Here as you are delightfully direct with I Will Do as I Please. You might recognize I Said No and Stop Talking as Martha Rich mainstays. Those fabulously forthright phrases are also featured alongside poker-faced felines in two of Rich’s print editions. Turning our attention to the one-word bubbles, there’s something very speakeasy-ish about Booze, which we’d love to hang above a bar cart. Books, on the other hand, would make a great gift for your lit-loving bestie. And finally, there’s Oops I Drank All the Wine, which artfully gets the admission out of the way so your roommate won’t be left wondering where that off-dry Riesling went. Each one of the Word Bubble Wall Panels makes a bright, pop-arty impact, injecting some welcome energy and levity into any living space. And the backs have keyholes for easy hanging—cuz the last thing you need when you’re trying to lighten up is a fussy fixture. Sizes range depending on the statement, so peep the product page deets for specifics ... More on the blog!


Details

+ "Stop Talking" measures 18 1/2" x 3 1/4", "I Said No" measures 13" x 3", "Oops I Drank All the Wine" measures 18" x 7 1/4", "I Like It Here" measures 8" x 13", "I Will Do as I Please" measures 15 1/4" x 9", "Books" measures 13 1/2" x 4 1/2", "Hugs" measures 13 1/4" x 5 1/4", "Be Kind" measures 11" x 6 3/4", "Power to the People" measures 20 1/2" x 7", and "Booze" measures 13 1/2" x 4 1/2".
+ The back of each panel features a keyhole for easy hanging.
+ Click to select the speech bubble style you’d like. You can collect more than one—just add to cart one at a time.
+ Made in Oregon by The Mincing Mockingbird.
+ All orders for these items are final sale and not eligible for discount or return.

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Wood

Martha Rich

I worked in cubicles for 15 years and then decided to become an artist when I couldn't take wearing pantyhose anymore. I am a late bloomer.
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