Monday, November 19, 2012

Incredible Fingertips Painting : Artist Create Huge Murals With Charcoal And fingertips

These incredible charcoal creations are the perfectly symmetrical work of New York artist Judith Ann Braun, who rejects the conventional artists' brushes and pastels to paint with just her fingertips. For nearly a decade, Braun, 65, has dipped her magical fingers in graphite and made enormous, imaginative patterns and even detailed landscapes of trees and waterways on wall-sized canvasses. Her landscapes of winding rivers, rolling hills and trees are so eye-catching, it's hard to believe they're created without traditional equipment.
Braun formerly worked on realistic figure paintings and heavenly scenes including angels, but some of her nineties work courted controversy. She specialised in sexually explicit work which deeply divided opinion - this included a 13ft tall 'Blue Penis' at the New Museum of Contemporary Art in New York.

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