A rodeo clown takes a break to lay back and spit some seeds. By association with Arcanum VI, The Lover, the Sixes all relate to love, beauty, and other such pleasant things. The Six of Coins is about the simple earthly pleasures.
With legs crossed, a clown leans back casually against a barrel, spitting three sunflower seeds in an arc in the air. His right elbow rests on the top of the yellow and blue barrel. He holds a cowboy hat in his right hand, which is red and decorated with a purple heart. He cradles a sack of seeds with a picture of a sunflower in his left arm.
There is a circle of six coins on the ground in front of him. Each coin is black with an orange edge and a yellow flower encircling a four-petaled orange flower in the center. The ground is sandy and there is a blue fence in the background.
The clown’s face is painted white, with round red cheeks and blue triangles over his eyes, and he has a round red nose. He is bald on top with curly yellow hair around the sides of his head. His button-down shirt is red with green panels on top, with pictures of red prancing horses and stars. He wears a gold bolo tie and a purple belt with a yellow buckle holds up his pale blue jeans. His cowboy boots are green, with red accents and pictures of gold lassos on the sides.