Judith Braun used her bare hands to finger-paint this spectacular landscape painting! She used her signature style of finger-painting (which basically involves covering her fingers in grounded charcoal) for the latest addition to her Fingerings series. The New York-based artist has produced yet another remarkable wall mural displayed at the Chrysler Museum of Art in Norfolk, Virgina through the summer until July 1, 2012.. The piece, titled Diamond Dust, is 12 feet by 48 feet, making it Braun’s largest site-specific project to date.
Remarkable!! Makes me want to try my fingers at it.