Bella at her studio in New York City (2019)




Artwork (2018 - 2022)

Newest first






Do You Think Art Grows On Trees?

2022



︎︎︎ Crested Butte, CO
︎︎︎ 32oz Nalgene Sustain water bottle
︎︎︎ Hand signed and numbered with marker

Now is the time to upgrade your drink vessel. Put it on your nightstand, give it to a friend, or take it camping. Made from material derived from 50% waste plastic and BPA/BPS-free. Nalgene is Bella’s preferred water bottle and could be yours too. Each bottle is signed and numbered by Bella with an oil-based marker for longtime durability. 

Collaboration with Studio: Feels Good

Bella recommends a splash guard for best drinking results. 

Limited edition of 70




Butter My Tail

2021



︎︎︎ 24 x 26 inches
︎︎︎Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ Monterrey, MX

“Here it is, on a silver platter. Your dinner for one, for a rich one. As a trophy. As an homage to Dali, the first artist I ever came to adore. From Rhode Island to Vegas, it speaks of gluttony and greed, of excess and of desire, of beauty. The boiling water as well as my hand bring the vibrancy of the bottom feeder out. It's ugly and it's magnificent, and aren't I saying, by putting it on a silver platter, you shan't look down up on it, you must respect it , salivate it, and dance around it. It's pleasure and hedonism, my favorite subjects.”

Original drops: April 2022
Limited edition run: Few left



Wealth is Health

2021



︎︎︎ 61 x 59 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ London, UK

“Some of the finest Silverware I have seen, Tiffany's cutlery from the St. Regis hotel in New York. A little bit of old school with a little bit of new school. The mussels packaging from my local Deli whilst living in London last year. Some of where I'd come from and some of where I was. Canned mussels to be precise - hardly a delicacy, hardly a food to be eaten with a fork and spoon. Playing with class systems. Hello again to the high low. The formidable Tiffany's blue, with the reflections of the blue sky. Both rare colors to see where I was staying in London. This piece foremostly plays with light, then with the meanings behind such contrasting dining experiences. Seen together will give you a piece of me. A piece of comfort and a piece of luxury.”

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: Drops March 15




Entertainment For Men

2021



︎︎︎ 30 x 24 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ Mallorca, Spain

“A collection of gatherings. A collection of my favourite things from the past year. I've been misplaced and in 100 different locations. I've been single and I've been settled. It's iconic and it's non recognisable but, within my composition, I declare it's all of the same. Same recognizability, but perhaps in it's pairing, it now has different connotations. The mushroom isn't about tripping, it's about foraging and hiking in Colorado, the pearl isn't a sexual node, it's about a freezing winter in Amsterdam, the necklace; Nicragua, and the sticker, just a little un-named Lass in Idaho.

This piece says more about me than any other work, but I'm hoping it will say something totally different to each viewer and what they make not only of the items in the piece, but their relationship to the ones next to them.”

Original drops: June 2022
Limited edition run drops: Few left


 

Bumpas and Bubbas

2021



︎︎︎ 61 x 59 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ Melbourne, Australia

“After a tumultuous couple of years, lack of home base & missed milestones, we thought a little fun masked as a mailer would go a long way. There’s something to be said for good things in small packages - people, purses, presents, & prints, so consider these my first born: 3 x limited edition bubba sized runs of my lottery ticket stubs, and a multitude of pieces-past bumper stickers for your phone, car, drink bottle, fridge? laptop? bike? Guaranteed to make you / your neighbour / cousin / sister’s boyfriend smile.”

Limited edition run: ︎ Sold




Everything and Lox

2021



︎︎︎ 30 x 30 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ Southampton, NY

“My surroundings are my themes, my inspiration and my reason to create art. Objects tie me to places and times, and having moved from NYC now, this piece holds a special place in my story. Before I moved to the US, my favorite restaurant in Melbourne was a NYC bagel spot (Jungle Juice, Center Place). It's what got me excited to move to the Big City. NYC is what made me into an artist, and now moving from there I'm paying my respect. I love The City not for it's wealth or "success stories" but for it's grit and grind, for the everyday, the everyman, for the bodegas and street carts, the coffee and the slice and now, I can't say this is to wrap up my nyc series, because that place is boundless, but for the next addition, it's the Bagel.

It's quintessential, it's commonplace, it's Sunday mornings, it's any day you want. It's my love for the chaos I called home and it's, to be frank, just fucking good food. For me, as the title suggests, it's everything and more, and the best way it comes; everything with lox.

My aesthetic is constantly trying to combine the low with the high, the tacky and the classy, from how I dress to what I'm drawn to, to what I draw. We could've gone with an egg and cheese addition, but I chose the expensive option, the option I used to have to miss out on when I first moved to NYC. It's the staple food, but it's the fancy one. It's the subway and it's the skyscrapers. It's the greasy paper you trash and the framed artwork you hang. It's me and it's the partnership of high/low I live for.”


Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold



Russian

2021



︎︎︎ 24 x 20 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ Nosara, Costa Rica

“The cyrillic alphabet is a thing of beauty in and of itself. For years I’ve wanted to warp its text in an artwork. This baking soda came into my hands while sourcing with a client. Colored cardboard under the direct sun gives me the highlights I desire, and the heavy black text is what I’ve been chasing to draw”

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: Few left



SPILL

2021



︎︎︎ 24 x 44 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ Aposentillo, Nicaragua

Bella, when finally able to move her physical location after covid lockdowns to live and work in London, she was then finally able to browse stores to peruse for inspiration once the lockdown permitted. Her local french corner deli, held products she enjoyed to just look at rather than cook with. Always wanting to incorporate oil in her drawings for it's thick reflective nature, she felt it was time to do the real whole thing.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold




GLOSS

2020



︎︎︎ 12 x 9 inches
︎︎︎ Oil on panel
︎︎︎ Amsterdam, Netherlands

“Another self portrait, perhaps has me looking narcissistic, but just enjoying the oil paint medium and the short time it takes me to finish an artwork, unlike the slow and steady pencil work. Reapplying, sitting at La Esquina in SOHO, NY.”

Original: ︎ Sold




WHISKEY

2021



︎︎︎ 28 x 22 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ Amsterdam, Netherlands

“Whilst living in London, and impressed and inspired by their manners and etiquette. I sourced the whiskey cup from the last open day of pubs before the lockdown and my sister's champagne coup, balanced upon an envelope. A feminine and masculine pairing with the unknown deal sealed beneath them.”

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: Few left




Spider Orchids

2021



︎︎︎ 28 x 22 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ London, UK

“Never too much of a gal for the mortal things, but these orchids, all found by a family member in Australia were too good to pass up. The fly really made my day. So here is my first all floral still life. My first to be cropped by the edge of the page - what rebelion!” 

Original: ︎ Sold




AIR

2020



︎︎︎ 48 x 36 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

McGoldrick’s hyperrealistic process brings these Air Jordan 1 sneakers to life in her work titled “Air”. An unusual subject matter for the artist, she came to fall in love with the textures and design details of the iconic footwear first produced by Nike in 1985. Taking over 90 hours to create an enlarged original drawing of this work for an individual commission.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold




IDAHO

2020



︎︎︎ 12 x 12 inches
︎︎︎ Oil on panel
︎︎︎ New York, US

“Self portrait in Idaho. Playing with oil paints and playing with the memory of sitting beneath the SawTooth Mountains in late July.”

Original: ︎ Sold



Palm Desert Croquet

2020



︎︎︎ 18 x 14 inches
︎︎︎ Oil on panel
︎︎︎ New York, US

“My boys playing croquet in Palm Springs a couple of hot summers ago. The place already looks like a painting so I did my best with that delicious desert light.”

Original: ︎ Sold




HOME

2020



︎︎︎ 14 x 11 inches
︎︎︎ Oil on panel
︎︎︎ New York, US

“An ode to my Chinatown apartment, with its afternoon light, overflowing plants and love a-plenty.”

Original: ︎ Sold





001

2020



︎︎︎ 72 x 40 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

“Something more of a traditional still life but still with some trashy-ness to make sure u know it’s mine. Clocked 100 hours and enjoyed the cheese (though not the oyster) after getting the shot.”

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: Few left




CUBAN

2020



︎︎︎ 32 x 24 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

“May very well have been my most enjoyable piece to draw thus far. Che Guevara on a 2004 limited three peso note and in front of a 1920’s Cuban cigar box label. I have about 2000 more of these labels if anyone’s in need. Bought them in bulk.”

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run:︎ Sold




MICHIGAN

2020



︎︎︎ 20 x 16 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

“A specific commissioned piece for an artist that couldn’t care much less about sports. Smaller size for me than usual, but as usual, I enjoyed the crevasses, the rips and the hand used elements.”

Original: ︎ Sold




MISS

2020



︎︎︎ 32 x 28 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

Evoking a sensual nature in the relationships of her objects, the titles of these works by McGoldrick suggest to the viewer an age or an owner of the layered items, with a nod on the concept of forbidden fruit throughout. The playfulness of the items when combined together depict behaviours and personalities that want to be tasted and admired. The photorealistic nature of these drawings take up to 60 hours per piece.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold



GIRL

2020



︎︎︎ 26 x 26 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

Evoking a sensual nature in the relationships of her objects, the titles of these works by McGoldrick suggest to the viewer an age or an owner of the layered items, with a nod on the concept of forbidden fruit throughout. The playfulness of the items when combined together depict behaviours and personalities that want to be tasted and admired. The photorealistic nature of these drawings take up to 60 hours per piece.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: Few left




LADY

2020



︎︎︎ 26 x 26 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

Evoking a sensual nature in the relationships of her objects, the titles of these works by McGoldrick suggest to the viewer an age or an owner of the layered items, with a nod on the concept of forbidden fruit throughout. The playfulness of the items when combined together depict behaviours and personalities that want to be tasted and admired. The photorealistic nature of these drawings take up to 60 hours per piece.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: Few left




Famous Italian and I ❤️ NY Gifts

2020



︎︎︎ 48 x 26 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

Inspired by the symbolism and recognizable imagery of New York City, McGoldrick started drawing bodega coffee cups and New York City lottery tickets as a way to capture her new surroundings. “Something about the low brow goods and everyday objects depicted in such a precise way seemed to demonstrate how valuable it really is.” New Yorkers will always argue what the perfect iconic slice is. This captures McGoldrick’s in all its greasy glory. Long live the New York slice.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold




Chileno

2020



︎︎︎ 28 x 22 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

A tiny vintage matchbook label from Chile, circa unknown

Original: ︎ Sold



July 4, 1996

2020



︎︎︎ 30 x 30 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil and Sharpie on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

“The Perfectionist pencil woman went crazy with a sharpie on this original piece. After working so long at the details I always get scared to fk it up in a new way. But voila, who needs a ruler anyway.”

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold





Single Serving

2020



︎︎︎ 37 x 29 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ Oaxaca, Mexico

“How sad the way our world is not only overrun by factories rather than forests but plastic instead of oceans. The use of single use plastic makes me feel horrified and also to blame, we’re all to blame. I wanted to give a nod to our useless and somewhat hopeless relationship with plastic and the “ease” it gives our life, the “beauty” it tries to emulate and the destruction its doing to our home. The way fruit is sold without its skin but in a plastic shield, so too are our windows closed and our city’s further away from the wilderness, we cut stems and tie them with nylon string and hope our flowers will last whilst we dispose of the plastic that will outlive all.

I produced this work around the same time as Plastic Makes Perfect and Old Money, New Face which looks at the relationship between money and beauty, as too in this piece, I’m looking at how we believe technological advances can harness fleeting beauty. Which I happen to believe; cannot.”

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: Few left




Plastic Makes Perfect

2020



︎︎︎ 38 x 30 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ Oaxaca, Mexico

“How sad the way our world is not only overrun by factories rather than forests but plastic instead of oceans. The use of single use plastic makes me feel horrified and also to blame, we’re all to blame. I wanted to give a nod to our useless and somewhat hopeless relationship with plastic and the “ease” it gives our life, the “beauty” it tries to emulate and the destruction its doing to our home. The way fruit is sold without its skin but in a plastic shield, so too are our windows closed and our city’s further away from the wilderness, we cut stems and tie them with nylon string and hope our flowers will last whilst we dispose of the plastic that will outlive all.

I produced this work around the same time as Single Serving  and Old Money, New Face which looks at the relationship between money and beauty, as too in this piece, I’m looking at how we believe technological advances can harness fleeting beauty. Which I happen to believe; cannot.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: Few left




Inclusive Wave

2019



︎︎︎ 27 x 23 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

Driving across the U.S. in a beat up RV, McGoldrick explored pawn shops, museums (MoMa ticket), antique stores, yard sales and friend’s attics to find artifacts forgotten. Through this continued series of tickets, old packets and mantlepiece finds, the artist draws into their worn days, highlighting a time when they were handled, a place where they were used, and a memory of how they were once important. Her technique in exacting these ‘receipts’ to their life-like form brings new awareness of their handled nature and beauty into the once overlooked.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold



Old Money, New Face

2019



︎︎︎46 x 32 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

McGoldrick has drawn NYC’s iconic Anthora coffee cup several times in hyperrealistic form, but in this newest release she pairs it with a page ripped from F. Scott Fitzgerald’s “The Great Gatsby,” a classic American novel revolved around a mysterious wealthy man in 1920s New York. The combination is meant to parallel ways the artist perceives New York. “We have old traditions, old literature, new money and some little lady hoping to put all of it to good use...”

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold



Stick to Seltzer

2019



︎︎︎ 30 x 23 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

“The Australian Diet Coke, which I don’t think people realize, in the US the DC’s (as we say in Aus, slang for Diet Coke) are all silver. A commissioned piece for a close friend's dad’s 50th birthday. When I was a beer drinker, I shamed the sugar alternative and the real deal Coke’s but as I’ve weaned off the booze.. Well, it’s quite a treat.”

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold




Pocket Pills

2019



︎︎︎30 x 23 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

“Psychedelic and addictive. Taking a turn for the more illicit of my subjects, there was a time when adderall was a good friend of mine. No longer though, but this piece holds a place for a certain time in a certain city.”

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold



Lifestyle Come Undone

2019



︎︎︎22 x 21 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

“I picked up the condom from a very unpleasant and difficult visit to Planned Parenthood. I thought I was just attracted to its texture and reflective surface. When I later photographed it, and paired it with the yellow string, I thought it was its opposite texture that made it interesting. In hindsight, this was a really awful time in my life. My plans had unraveled like the string had and I guess I was trying to immortalize or signify something in my life. Not having the words to do so or even being conscious in my mind, this artwork came out of it. Something that I couldn’t really talk about became art that could mean whatever the viewer wanted from it, and that felt freeing in a way.”

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold




Naked Women Love Carpet

2019



︎︎︎60 x 60 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

“I bought an RV and drove around Baja California, Mexico and the US for 4 month. Picking up artifacts along the way. I liked to call it a “work trip” which would really make office workers laugh. It was long days driving without AC, and stops at gas stations in the middle of the desert, yard sales with foreboding pitbulls chained up, and pawn shops with wedding rings sold. This bust was found at such a yard sale in Oregon, and the dizzy wall hanging rug, from somewhere/nowhere in Arizona, with our sweat marks surely still absorbed in it. This piece made my fingers raw and my eyesight twisted.”

Original: ︎ Sold




Not So Golden Daisy

2019



︎︎︎ 29 x 23 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

Driving across the U.S. in a beat up RV, McGoldrick explored pawn shops, antique stores, yard sales and friend’s attics to find artifacts forgotten. Through this continued series of tickets, old packets and mantlepiece finds, the artist draws into their worn days, highlighting a time when they were handled, a place where they were used, and a memory of how they were once important. Her technique in exacting these ‘receipts’ to their life-like form brings new awareness of their handled nature and beauty into the once overlooked. The photorealistic nature of these drawings take up to 60 hours per piece.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold




Pleasure to Serve

2019



︎︎︎ 52 x 52 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

McGoldrick continues her love affair with the iconography of New York City in her drawing of the Greek coffee cup, more formally known as the “Anthora.” This was the first large scale subject she drew, and you can see her focus here turn to used and worn pieces of history in her work. The relic is no longer a staple around the city after corporate coffee franchises opened on many corners throughout the late ‘90s, so McGoldrick worked with her local bodega to source it for this piece. The original drawing took 87 hours to complete, helping a piece of New York history live on through her hyperrealistic portrait.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold





All Too Salty Fish

2019



︎︎︎ 34 x 23 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

“Although I’m not a fan of sardines, they take me back to nice delis around the world. Rolands takes me to Portugal, drawing me in by the beauty of its design and color pairing. I won’t eat their fish, but I’ll buy their packaging wherever I find it.”

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold




Australia’s Biggest Export

2019



︎︎︎ 24 x 20 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

“Australians hate it, but we’re famous for it. I guess the same as all the convicts still roaming the land. I flattened this vintage can with a cement block (that later gave us bed bugs when I bought it back inside to be a cute indy bedside table) after being denied by drivers on the street to run over it.”

Original: ︎ Sold




Spare $5 For A Beatles Ticket?

2019



︎︎︎ 60 x 40 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

Bella McGoldrick’s photorealistic still lifes capture artifacts of the everyday. She meticulously draws pre-adored, used, and discarded objects, instilling them with a sense of curiosity and sentimentality. In this print, McGoldrick depicts a 1960s Beatles concert ticket found at an antique store in New Orleans.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold




West Coast Taste

2019



︎︎︎ 40 x 32 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

The best burgers in the world. That’s all.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold




Downtown and Dirty

2019



︎︎︎ 58 x 52 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

Driving across the U.S. in a beat up RV, McGoldrick explored pawn shops, antique stores, yard sales and friend’s attics to find artifacts forgotten. Through this continued series of tickets, old packets and mantlepiece finds, the artist draws into their worn days, highlighting a time when they were handled, a place where they were used, and a memory of how they were once important. Her technique in exacting these ‘receipts’ to their life-like form brings new awareness of their handled nature and beauty into the once overlooked. The photorealistic nature of these drawings take up to 60 hours per piece.


Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold




I Shot A Man in Reno

2019



︎︎︎ 40 x 32 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

Driving across the U.S. in a beat up RV, McGoldrick explored pawn shops, antique stores, yard sales and friend’s attics to find artifacts forgotten. Through this continued series of tickets, old packets and mantlepiece finds, the artist draws into their worn days, highlighting a time when they were handled, a place where they were used, and a memory of how they were once important. Her technique in exacting these ‘receipts’ to their life-like form brings new awareness of their handled nature and beauty into the once overlooked. The photorealistic nature of these drawings take up to 60 hours per piece.


Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold





Crawtaters

2018



︎︎︎ 30 x 32 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil and marker on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

A New Orleans favorite, and New Orleans is my favorite.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold



Lucky 7’$

2018



︎︎︎ 40 x 32 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil and marker on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

McGoldrick’s photorealistic still life drawings capture the intimacy and life of the objects we wear, eat, and handle on a daily basis. These used, pre-adored, and often discarded objects are instilled with a sense of curiosity and sentimentality towards the people that once utilized these now forgotten artifacts of daily life. McGoldrick’s depiction of lotto scratch-offs, found crumpled on the streets of New York City, conveys how these forlorn objects, once ripe with potential of delivering the American dream, are now memorialized, with every crease and crevice filled with the possibility of what could have been.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold




$pectacular

2018



︎︎︎ 40 x 32 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil and marker on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

McGoldrick’s photorealistic still life drawings capture the intimacy and life of the objects we wear, eat, and handle on a daily basis. These used, pre-adored, and often discarded objects are instilled with a sense of curiosity and sentimentality towards the people that once utilized these now forgotten artifacts of daily life. McGoldrick’s depiction of lotto scratch-offs, found crumpled on the streets of New York City, conveys how these forlorn objects, once ripe with potential of delivering the American dream, are now memorialized, with every crease and crevice filled with the possibility of what could have been.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold




Ca$h Twenty

2018



︎︎︎ 40 x 32 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil and marker on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

McGoldrick’s photorealistic still life drawings capture the intimacy and life of the objects we wear, eat, and handle on a daily basis. These used, pre-adored, and often discarded objects are instilled with a sense of curiosity and sentimentality towards the people that once utilized these now forgotten artifacts of daily life. McGoldrick’s depiction of lotto scratch-offs, found crumpled on the streets of New York City, conveys how these forlorn objects, once ripe with potential of delivering the American dream, are now memorialized, with every crease and crevice filled with the possibility of what could have been.

Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold



Hot, But Not Really

2018



︎︎︎ 40 x 32 inches
︎︎︎ Colored pencil and marker on paper
︎︎︎ New York, US

“Again , another case of, well I really like Sriracha, so I’m going to draw sriracha.”


Original: ︎ Sold
Limited edition run: ︎ Sold


OLIVER ST. GOLD HOUSE, INC.   ©2021