Surrealism artist John “Nail Art Ideas” Smith, who has worked for more than 40 years, is a master of the abstract and the surreal.

He is an internationally known artist who paints in various mediums, including acrylic, metal, watercolors and acrylic ink.

Now he has a tattoo.

He has chosen to have it on the right arm of his left hand, a tattoo that shows the tattoo artist’s initials.

It is an image of a man, with a man-like head, wearing a suit jacket, a blue shirt, a white tie, a pair of sunglasses, and a blue hat.

A woman sits behind him with her hands on her hips.

The tattoo is done by tattoo artist Joe “Nate” McFarland.

It says, in part: It was an accident when we met.

It was the end of a long night.

I had a dream that I was painting and the next thing I knew, my hand is covering my right eye, and I was in the shower with Joe.

When I got out of the shower, I went straight to work, and this is what I came up with.

I have an interesting tattoo.

It’s a little bit of a joke.

I was going to do a tattoo of my own, but the artist told me, “You can’t do that,” and he said, “It’s your fault.”

It says in part, “If you are going to go this far, you might as well give yourself a shot.”

But he also added, “I’ve seen it done better.”

It is a joke, but a serious one, because I am a serious artist.

I know that tattoos are serious.

They really matter.

I just wanted to do something different.

I like it because I like the challenge.

You can’t take your mind off something that is serious.

I think it’s funny that he made a joke out of something that was very serious, because tattooing is something I really enjoy.

I would love to do it in my spare time, but I am not going to get in a car and just paint in a day.

He also added that he would love a tattoo in the future.

“The tattoo is a little piece of me,” he said.

“And the tattooer did a good job of it.”

[Editor’s note: This story has been updated to include additional information.]