Sasquatch art can come in many forms. On this page I would like to focus on the human experience of drawing and painting of Sasquatch. Though my personal main artistic focus is on writing, I am also an award winning painter but not of Sasquatch. I find them as illusive with my paints as the are in life. One of these days! I don't often get my paints out, but when I do, I can go on a pretty creative fling. Literally, painting has a lot to do with flinging.
As for Sasquatch art, the painting below is by Michigan Artist Mary Rensberry who illustrated my Sasquatch Kid's book. It was painted because we thought even the Sasquatch could use a break and a good day at the beach at the end of 2020. We are so weary of all the Covid 19 hoopla and misdirection created by the evil forces of our world. The Sasquatch have long been onto the big money brain washing schemes, and they in no way buy into these human manipulations of greed and power.
I have had several people ask the question- Do the Sasquatch get the virus?
The answer is no. First off, their immune system is highly advanced and destroys any invasive organisms at the snap of a finger. But that isn't even what the questioner should be asking. The real question should be- Where did this virus that has shut down our human world come from?
Believe me it did not come from where the media has espoused. It came from a lab funded by several billionaire clubs around the world. It was a collusion with University researchers and big money. Covid 19 is a mutant strain of the common cold virus (the Corona Virus) altered and redesigned to create a mind absorbing chaos by criminals. First it was a war for your minds, now it has advanced to a war for your free will and your very soul. Be careful folks, be more like the Sasquatch and stay clear of the Fake News Media. It is the biggest scam ever perpetrated on the human race. It is not a conspiracy theory, it is a conspiracy minus the theory.
But I have been diverted. See how easy we are manipulated into putting our attention onto something being pushed by millions and millions of dollars. I simply mentioned it and I am sure it has stimulated all kinds of reactions among those that have just read it.
Back to a more neutral topic, Sasquatch art.
This is the cover art for my first Sasquatch novel, Conversations With Sasquatch, The Encounter. It was watercolored by Michigan Artist Mary Rensberry.
Sasquatch art is represented very well by Mary Rensberry's Sasquatch landscape for the cover of Conversations With Sasquatch, Cross Over, my second book in the Series.