Spectacular Landscape Mural Drawn with Fingers Dipped in Charcoal

Can you believe Judith Braun used her bare hands to finger-paint this spectacular landscape painting? This incredible mural entitled “Diomand Dust” was painted over several days in February in front of a live audience at the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Virginia using fingerprints created from the fine powder of ground charcoal. The whole piece is 12 feet by 48 feet and considering the fact that Braun incorporated her finger-drawing technique makes the piece all the more impressive. [source]

Spectacular Landscape Mural Drawn with Fingers Dipped in Charcoal

Spectacular Landscape Mural Drawn with Fingers Dipped in Charcoal
Spectacular Landscape Mural Drawn with Fingers Dipped in Charcoal
Spectacular Landscape Mural Drawn with Fingers Dipped in Charcoal
Spectacular Landscape Mural Drawn with Fingers Dipped in Charcoal
Spectacular Landscape Mural Drawn with Fingers Dipped in Charcoal
Spectacular Landscape Mural Drawn with Fingers Dipped in Charcoal
Spectacular Landscape Mural Drawn with Fingers Dipped in Charcoal
Spectacular Landscape Mural Drawn with Fingers Dipped in Charcoal

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