Light Graffiti Sculptures: Janet Echelman's Art is Inspired by the Forces of Nature. Janet Echelman’s art installations look like the forces of nature that they were inspired by. From wind, water and light, each sculpture takes on an organic form that nevertheless looks quite futuristic as well. Combining ancient craft with cutting-edge technology, Janet Echelman creates permanent sculptures that are at the scale of buildings.
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Based off of a graffiti artist from San Paulo Brazil named Highraff. Uses a lot of organic shapes in his work that we bring to our own work. Choose warm or cool colors to fill background (pencil crayon). On another sheet draw more and colour w/ marker. Talk about overlapping shapes - floating some on top of one another with smaller pieces of paper.
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