Oh I would love to see the finished art. The spray cans remind me of graffiti, which often I like. I know many people get angry when they see graffiti, but I often think "art" for the common man.
I'm curious too about the finished product. Maybe in your next post Beth. And yes they are soooo good in what they just spray around it seems. I also love graffiti, but not on old nice buildings we do have still a lot that's a shame.
Art is messy, too! And that's a thing to love.
I love watching the creative process, watching it develop into something wonderful
So cool! I too would love to see the finished work.
"Controlled" graffiti is fine but not when it is defacing wonderful historic buildings and monuments. It broke my heart, in Rome, to see so much of it, ruining ancient pieces of history. In San Francisco, in the Mission District, artists have painted the whole sides of buildings in wonderful tributes to their Spanish forebears and it is a delight to behold but, even there, graffiti often debases it.
Looks like such fun - the simple act of allowing oneself to get messy. Love this series!!!
These artists that use spray paint are amazing. Down on Fremont Street in Las Vegas they have spray paint artists that are incredibly fascinating to watch. They can create a whole picture in about five minutes. Truly talented people.
I have art from a guy that does this kind of art. It used to be popular here (so cal) it is not any longer. The spray paint art is really great art in the finished product too.Thanks for sharing this.Tom
ohh this is yummy! Inspiration! thanks! M
Very cool Beth. Love that range of colors; makes you want to reach out for one of those cans.
Wonderful! I love "why I love art". I've been thinking about that lately and finally realizing that I do love art deeply for every bit of the experience, the process, the colors...and like you said "the thoughts". These pictures are perfection!
can't wait to see what all this yields...bet it will be beautiful.xo
I can't wait to see the final product- these photos are great!
that looks like so much fun
Lovely vibrant colours! Makes me want to take a can (or 10) and just start spraying for the fun of it. I think my children would love it to have their own graffiti wall at home!! Inspirational photos, Beth. :)
Love these photos! Showing the process! Very cool! The act of creating puts me in a whole other place...a healing place! A place that I should live in more often.HugsSueAnn
HEYYYYYYY! UNFAIR!!!!!!!!!!!I was totally sucked in by the process (GREAT photos!); where is the finished project???????!!!
great shots beth! am curious as to what the magazine pgs do to lift paint?? do tell....what lens are you using - love the look. always enjoy watching someones process.
And what is the end result? You told a great story through the photos but now how does it end? Is there a part 2 coming?
OK I'm jumping on the wagon too....would love to see a finished piece!Awesome process...very interesting!
So many techniques, interpretations, inspirations,...all yielding unique results. Yes, I love art too; can't wait to find out what the finished product is!
you read my mind. i would LOVE to see the finished piece too... hope this is a will be continued post? ;) happy weekend! xo
I love these images!! Did you get a photo of the finished product(s) ?
messy gooey fun!
This post is cool. I often think that the creative process is as intriguing as the final product.
**I love reading the comments you leave, as they make me feel like we're sitting in my kitchen, having a cup of tea, discussing life and wondering where all the time has gone ...beth