It is amazing what one can find on the Internet. I had no idea velvet paintings were still in vogue. They were an invention of the 1960s and '70s, when LSD abuse fried people's brains and convinced them that painting on velvet was a really good idea, and I figured they'd gone the way of love-ins and love beads. But no, they're still around, and still being ridiculed for the bad art that they really are.
I found these two at a place called the Official Bad Art Museum of Art; specifically, this page.
The first one is by "Saul," the second one is by "E". Saul was too embarrassed to include his last name, and E was too embarrassed to include anything but an initial. It is easy to see why. This is how you earn extra time in purgatory, folks
Janet Galore, however, who proudly and unashamedly put her name to her Jesus of Peeps creation, should be forced to spend eternity eating the horrid things. If you're going to make bad Jesus art, at least make sure it is recognizable as the sweet and delectable Son of God and not, say, the Virgin Mary in a burka. Two Almighty Thumbs down for you, Janet!