Shoebox - creating a vision one step at a time (ongoing series)

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I conceived the idea to paint on shoe-boxes when I was getting ready to put them in the recycling. I thought the cardboard and paper had a cool feel and would be great to paint on. I tear some of the outer cardboard off the boxes to reveal the corrugated texture below. I continue to use my 2 favorite mediums, acrylic paint and oil pastel.

Creating a vision - one step at a time . . .


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made in China #1 (framed ready to hang)

made in China #1 (framed ready to hang)
$175
acrylic/oil pastel on shoebox cardboard. 14 1/2 x 11 1/2 in.
double matted and framed ready to hang total size 17 x 21 in

made in China #2

made in China #2
$20
acrylic/oil pastel/paper map on shoebox cardboard.
10 3/4 x 10 3/4 in.

not a day goes by (framed ready to hang)

not a day goes by (framed ready to hang)
$175
acrylic/oil pastel on shoebox cardboard.
11 1/2 x 8 1/2 in.
mounted and framed. Total size: 17 x 21 in.

static

static
(sold)
acrylic/oil pastel painted on shoebox paper.
10 x 15 1/2 in.

the doctor is in

the doctor is in
(sold)
acrylic/oil pastel painted on a Dr. Martens(c) shoebox cardboard.
12 x 24 in
 


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