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Kelly Trades Me a Cat Shaped Lawn Ornament for The Popsicle Stick and Rhinestone Lamp

Two Women - One Holding a Lamp Made of Popsicles, The Other a Metal Cat Thing
Two Women - One Holding a Lamp Made of Popsicles, The Other a Metal Cat Thing
Two Women - One Holding a Lamp Made of Popsicles, The Other a Metal Cat Thing
Two Women - One Holding a Lamp Made of Popsicles, The Other a Metal Cat Thing

Okay Kelly.

Seriously.

I'm only doing this because you've been such a good friend to The Sauce.

But I have to tell you.

We are definitely EVEN now.

Kelly trades me a MYSTERY ITEM in exchange for a giant, inflatable cell phone

Two Women Standing Next To a Giant Inflatable Cell Phone

I really can't say enough good things about Kelly Lyles.

She is truely one of the most interesting, friendly people I've ever met. Plus, as an added bonus, she's one of the only actual artists who smells what The Sauce is cookin'. And for that, I couldn't be more grateful.

Ron gives me two copies of "How to Cook Like a Stud" in exchange for three prints by Kelly Lyles

Ron Reid, Manaeger of The Comedy Underground, doin' a bARTer Sauce trade
Ron Reid, Manaeger of The Comedy Underground, doin' a bARTer Sauce trade
Ron Reid, Manaeger of The Comedy Underground, doin' a bARTer Sauce trade

A long time ago, Ron made me an offer for the Creepy Rhinestone Baby that I ended up trading to the Museum of Bad Art instead.

Kelly gives me another Mice Krispies print in exchange for 600 paper cranes

Kelly Lyles

Previously I threatened to give Ron Reid at the Comedy Underground everything I have yet to trade away with bARTer Sauce.

I have yet to pack up all the untradeables for him. I guess I'm just afraid he'll never let me on stage again. (Perhaps a wise choice in any case.) Plus, I'm probably too lazy to go to all that trouble.

Kelly Lyles Print - Viagra Falls

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A print of Viagra Falls, by Kelly Lyles.

Kelly Lyles was kind enough to trade me a ton of her prints in exchange for the Microwave Love Tester Diorama.

All the prints are from her rodent series.

Here's what she says about them:
"These paintings came about in response to the constant questions about my art-car, Leopard Bernstein. "Are you a Leo?" "You must really identify with leopards." None of the above.

Kelly Lyles Print - Benson and Hedgehog

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A print of Benson and Hedgehog for bARTer Sauce, by Kelly Lyles.

Kely Lyles was kind enough to trade me a ton of her prints for the Microwave Love Tester Diorama.

Kelly has an art car named Leopard Bernstein:

"Leopard Bernstein is a 1989 Subaru DL wagon. We've travelled to art car events and parades all over the U.S. My vehicle is quite modest compared to the other spectacular sculptured, glued, welded, transformed autos you'll see on these links and in my paintings.

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