Sort of like looking through a salt-crusted window. I am not generally excited by abstract art, but I am drawn to this one. Makes me want to try something a bit similar: Begin with a blur of color slapped on canvas, then find a portion of the image to bring into sharper focus and photorealistic detail.

Sort of like looking through a salt-crusted window. I am not generally excited by abstract art, but I am drawn to this one. Makes me want to try something a bit similar: Begin with a blur of color slapped on canvas, then find a portion of the image to bring into sharper focus and photorealistic detail.

Ron Hitchens, the British ceramist and artist, was best known in the 1960s for his elaborate reliefs made up of terracotta tiles distinctively carved with abstract imagery. This wall-plaque is made up of eighteen such tiles.

Terracotta Wall Sculpture by Ron Hitchens

Ron Hitchens, the British ceramist and artist, was best known in the 1960s for his elaborate reliefs made up of terracotta tiles distinctively carved with abstract imagery. This wall-plaque is made up of eighteen such tiles.

Wrap the paper strips or varing thicknesses around a pencil or pen (if you do it tight enough, it hold it's shape pretty well) For the larger circles, let out some of the slack.Then slide the roll off of the end and hot glue it to a canvas of your choosing

Artist of the Day: Lee Gainer

Wrap the paper strips or varing thicknesses around a pencil or pen (if you do it tight enough, it hold it's shape pretty well) For the larger circles, let out some of the slack.Then slide the roll off of the end and hot glue it to a canvas of your choosing

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i want to use this color in the lawyers costume, becasuse it is a sad color, but adding some color will help show that he is similar to the boston man in some ways

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