One set of flaps were cut off a cardboard cereal box with a plain interior, and then all kinds of art materials were used to make marks inside the box without looking inside. The messier the process, the more exciting and unexpected the results!
The artistic challenge, and fun, of making a creative mess--is in finding shapes and figures that tell a story in the squiggles and splashes, and then in trying to replicate exactly those marks using just one material. Chalk pastel is a great media for this project because its nature is boldly dramatic and intensely colorful--just like the surprising collisions of form and color found inside the box.
Of course it is also important for the eye to find a place of rest in an art piece, and this is an image of "lunch in the garden" so the hand and tea cup, by their recognizable representation, become the quiet place to sit and appreciate a never-before-seen flower.
LUNCH IN THE GARDEN
Original Chalk Pastel on Matte Board
20" x 26.5 " framed...$900.00
Custom fine art print on acid free velvet art paper
with archival inks
11" x 17" unmatted...$150.00
shrink wrapped on foam core
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