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Rachael trades me Headless Gabriel for Bad Kid

Rachael doing her impression of Bad Kid

Rachael was kind enough to tolerate some of my "interview" questions.

She was the winner of the 2010 bARTer Sauce Trade Off. She competed against another Sauce trader for the Bad Kid painting. They each submitted their trade offer and stories and then folks voted on who I should trade with by leaving comments. Rachael won! Yay! She's a winner!

Have some fun learning basically nothing important about her: 

Q: What size books do you prefer? 

Nik Trades me Jar Man and Self Portrait for Glitter Face and Blow Up Scream

Mosquito and Spider on bARTer Sauce
Mosquito and Spider on bARTer Sauce
Mosquito and Spider on bARTer Sauce

Instead of sending Nik "interview" questions, I'm posting the rejection letter he received from Michael Frank, Curator-in-Chief of Museum of Bad Art.

Nicholas,

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.

Giant Inflatable Cell Phone

Original Owner: 
happysangria
Giant Cell Phone

Kimberly emailed me and asked if I would like an oversized, inflatable cell phone.

I said yes, yes I would. She got it when she was walking by a garage sale one day and a lady yelled, "Hey, do you want something you'll never use?" She did. Now I do.

It's fake, but still gets better reception than my phone.

Four Paintings from Sparky in exchange for one Giant Cell Phone

Kimbery and Rosalie trading for a giant cell phone

Kimberly emailed me and asked if I would like to trade an oversized, inflatable cell phone for Sparky's Eye, Tear, Heart and Lips paintings.

I said yes, yes I would. She got it when she was walking by a garage sale one day and a lady yelled, "Hey, do you want something you'll never use?" She did. Now I do. And perhaps someone out there is jealous and would like to own it themselves. If that is you, contact me.

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