Drawring (A.K.A. How to make a first grade art assignment into a final drawing exhibition for third year university)
|The Rape of the Sabine Women (Pietro da Cortona), crayon over crayon.|
|The Massacre of the Innocents (Poussin), crayon over crayon|
|An interactive version (had a razor blade beside it for viewer additions)|
Posted by Faith at 11:36 PM
Posted by Faith at 4:31 PM
A completely recyclable dress. From 200...8? Materials: bubble wrap, string, electrical tape, numerous plastic bottles, paperclips, bottlecaps. Along similar lines, last year I made a coat out of an emergency blanket, of which this is the only surviving photo:
It's definitely lost somewhere in the abysses of Ontario Hall.
Just a little portrait I did for fun on a rainy night when avoiding the walk home from studio. This was my crayon drawing on the limestone before I did the etch. Never really got any good prints off it... during an attempt at regaining some of the lighter tones in the proofing stage it got ruined in a mishap with my prof and some tannic acid. It happens.
Posted by Faith at 10:14 AM