It is a fact, laughter is good for your health

It is true, laughter reduces stress and tension, it releases feel good hormones and increases blood flow which benefits your heart. But most of all, it draws people together emotionally.
 Beautifully detailed oil paintings by Theo Michael serve as the setting for some funny and whacky banter of the characters in his paintings.
Enjoy these original paintings, combined with completely unoriginal jokes.
Have a laugh and good health to you.

Oil painting The Reporter

The Reporter, a noir style painting, that captures the mood and intrigue of the film noir genre. It features a group of reporters under some umbrellas, seeking refuge from a heavy downpour.
Check out the complete image of the Fine Art Print by clicking below.

The Reporter Fine Art Print
Friday Funny, oil painting by Theo Michael The Anniversary, a restaurant in Larnaca town centre

Oil painting The Anniversary

The setting for this oil painting The Anniversary is a restaurant on the Larnaca promenade called Arxontikon, a beautifully restored mansion built in 1850 offering the perfect setting for a romantic evening out.

The Anniversary Fine Art Print

Oil painting The Waiting Game

The Waiting Game, an oil painting featuring a young man waiting by the window in anticipation. The likeness of the singer and songwriter Peter Andre was used for this painting.

The Waiting Game Fine Art Print
oil painting The Gallery Attendant in the Old National Gallery in Berlin by Theo Michael

Oil painting The Gallery Attendant

The figure of the Gallery Attendant does not feature in this cropped sketch. Check out the Fine Art Print to spot him in the corner watching the couple sitting on the stool.

The Gallery Attendant Fine Art Print
The Art Cafe 1900, a painting by Theo Michael, The Friday Funny

Painting The Art Cafe 1900

During the photo shoot creating this painting idea, the model became increasingly fed up with reshooting her sitting in the car. She finally got out of the car saying, 'when you decide what you want let me know' slamming the car door and walked away.
The photographer replied, 'Thank you, I just got what I need.'

Art Cafe 1900 Fine Art Print