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Sean Leary

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Old Man Murder (Plug It In)

Original Owner: 
Plug It In/Old Man Murder

Sean's story submitted with Old Man Murder (a.k.a. Plug It In):

Here we go for a third offer [Note from Rosalie: Sean has submitted this painting as a trade offer for two other items, where, as much as I wanted to, I just couldn't trade him -- this time, he's in luck.] Who knows, maybe it'll stick this time. I swear that Rosalie just likes to taunt me...

Below is the same recycled story...

Sean Trades Me Three Things For Three Other Things

Sean, as a comic
Sean, in the bathroom

This trade, like many others recently, happened through the mail.

And while I love expanding bARTer Sauce to new areas of the globe, I do kind of miss the trading in person part of it. Now, in order to spice this up a little bit, I've decided that I'll ask anyone who trades with me through the mail to tell me an extra, bonus, double-good story. Along those lines, I asked Sean to tell me about when he first learned that there was no Santa Claus.

Sean, on Santa (not in a weird way):

Will Ferrell

Original Owner: 
Will Ferrell

For some reason, Sean has decided that he wants all the bARTer Sauce stuffs to be his own.

So he spent one whole Saturday night fiendishly scheming and writing trade offer after trade offer.

Here is one of them....

Sean's trade offer:

After completing my first two paintings I began to gain confidence, skill - not so much - but confidence in my work.

Five Year Old Acrylics

Original Owner: 
Five Year Old Acrylics

Sean has been a long-time Sauce supporter and recently outdid himself (and everyone else who ever gave bARTer Sauce a second thought -- including me) by spending a Saturday night sending me trade offer after trade is one of the three:

Sean's Trade Offer for the Creepy Clown Painting:

Cut Rubbah!

Original Owner: 
Rubber Stamp of Sean's Friend

Sean has been a bARTer Sauce supporter since almost the beginning.

He designed my flyers...he traded me a sketch of Angry Naked Man. This time, he spent a Saturday night submitting three trade offers. This is one of them...

Sean's Trade Offer:

Nicolas trades me Creepy Clown Painting for Angry Naked Guy Sketch

bARTer Sauce Trade with Nicolas Caesar
Remixed by Temple Terkildsen. Painting of an Angry Naked Man With Horns

Nicolas' reply once we nail down what we're trading for and how:

Angry Man will do!

My address is:
xxxxxxx, xx xxxxx
I'll pack up your clown :>

I do a little dance and then respond to him yet again (are you seeing yet how much work bARTer Sauce is?):
Heck yes,you can mail it to:


Angry Naked Man

Original Owner: 
A Naked Angry Man With A Drop Of Urine On His Penis (Not Pictured)
Horny Naked Man - Remix of Angry Naked Man

Sean's story about Angry Naked Man:

In my Drawing II Figure Studies Course last semester we would occasionally have models come into class to do quick gestural studies of. One might be skeptical of folks who volunteer to show their jumbly bits to 18 - 25 year olds for small change an hour, so you can imagine the ones who do volunteer are quite interesting. Needless to say we had one interesting man who would come to class and model. I don't know his real name, but we all soon knew him as the "Angry Naked Guy" or simply, Ang. Quite literally so. When scheduled he would show up late, chewing nicorette gum, chomping away and NEVER SAY A WORD. He would simply show up, de-robe and stare off. Not at anyone - just off - into Anger Land, at least I'd like to think so. Turns out at the end of the semester we found out this man was never paid for his work - nor did he ever get a background check - or anything. Frankly put - he was never hired - but showed up anyways. No wonder he was so angry!

The 3 minute gesture sketch I am putting up to offer is especially special to me because of what happened right as he went to work this day. After returning from a 10 minute break Ang returned, derobed, jumped up onto the platform and stared off in anger, chomping away. The lights were dimmed and a spot light hit him, the professor yelled, "Begin!". Intantly my eye was caught and I found myself staring at his crotch - only to find a glistening form. That's right - a drop of urine gripped for dear life to this man's penis. For the next three minutes I had to awkwardly stare and draw this man as his jaw chomped gum and his penis dangled pee. I feel it would be a beautiful addition to any bathroom. Throw this puppy into a frame and he'll be yours forever! Crafted in charcoal and white conte he'll be you're most talked about naked angry piece of art yet!

Sean trades me "Guy With Drip of Urine" Drawing for "Pin Up Girl with Meat Wings"

A Package Covered In Red Tape With Black Ninjas

This trade is in the works but it's happening through the US mail.

Which means it won't happen anytime soon.

I meant to mail it today, but there is a wind storm.

And it seemed like a terrible idea to walk to the post office.

But someday. Someday soon.

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