One of my favorite artwork, from ‘The Goodbye Series’. Ink on cardboard, A5 size. More post in https://www.instagram.com/sanuri_z/
This happy pup is made with collage materials, pencils, watercolor and water-soluble pastel sticks on a cardboard twelve-pack container.
2nd series of my favorite artwork, from ‘The Goodbye Series’. Ink on cardboard, A5 size.
These are watercolor and pencil and ink drawings. They are 5 of 10 images of my hand from a child's board book from which I peeled the laminated pages and exposed the underlying cardboard. I have always struggled with a very large Port Wine Stain birthmark, and periodically make art about that, this one of two books this year.
Watercolor of a bunch of grapes after a botanical sketch by the artist Troncy.
This painting was made with gouache on cardboard 400 gr / m² with a height of 32 cm and a width of 24 cm.
A fun experiment with some left over pieces of matting/framing cardboard. Watercolour, white and black markers.
I guess it’s not really a doodle, but I figured it counted anyway. I made it with a coffee canister, cardboard, tinfoil, paper machet (idk how to spell it) paint, rocks, cut up string and clay.
Crayón on cardboard. 38 1/2'' x 47 1/4''. 2013.
Clearing out the ole cardboard
I had this black cardboard lying around for quite some time so I finally decided to make something out of it. Went for a intense lighting on a horse silhouette because the cardboard is dark and well, because I really like horses. Hope you like it.
Colored pencils and ink on 30 x 24 piece of cardboard
Bunnies everywhere!!! The cardboard I painted on bowed over the time it took to be painted but it still turned out
My sister in Zandvoort. Acryl on cardboard 42 x 28 cm
A collage made of scraps of cardboard, toothpicks, and words. The "frame" is also made from corrugated cardboard, spray painted. A fun project made from discards.
The cardboard sleeve in which my year 12 mathematics textbook lives, not sure if the teacher knows it's there, no cardboard cover goes unscathed not while there's a pen in my hand and a song in my heart.... the hills are aliiivve with the sound of muuus
11" x 14"
Crayon on cardboard.
8 1/2" x 11"
Crayon on cardboard.
Collage on cardboard
The Three Witnesses
Acrylic on Canvas
Year finished: 2004-14
This painting illustrates three witnesses who are taking part in the salvation
of a homeless person. the figure in the background is angled, this imposed by them being Positioned on second-floor balconies, symbolizing they are not humans, they are a higher class of beings. To the left side of the painting a demon and to the right side an angel of God
. the kingdoms they serve are identified by the breastplate emblems of their armor. The demon has a dragon head overlaid on a pentagram. The angle of God has a lions head overlaid on a cross. The demon face is partly hidden by a hood which represents deception, where in contrast the angle of God is wearing nothing on his head that hiders the view of his face., representing honest.
Angel is always involved in the affairs of the human race. The demon is warring against man to turn their heart against God, and lead them to destruction. God's angel is always warring lead mankind to salvation through Jesus the Christ, and lead him away from the path of destruction that comes from sinful living.
The ally way is representing three kingdoms, to the left,
the kingdom o Hell. The center road, the kingdom of mankind. To the right side, the kingdom of Heaven. The path of these kingdoms is represented by the direction of stairs. To go the way of Hell is to take the stairs down to the sub-level door.
To the go, the way of heaven is to take the fire escape upward.
The lighting and the condition of the structures of the walls also identify the nature of the kingdoms they represent. The kingdom of Hell is represented by the dark and crumbling wall. Man's kingdom is represented by a boarded up windowed wall that is a dead end. Symbolizing that mankind only has two roads to chose from, there is no such thing as a third reality.
The left side of the paint is a cardboard box and a newspaper floor
which serve as a makeshift shelter for the homeless man. The turned over bottle reveals which devise he had that lead him to a life of living in the street.
The tipped over trash can which spills its trash onto the light source that is lighting the alleyway, which is in the shape of a cross, represents mankind's sin which Jesus The Christ paid in full the debt which God demand for the payment for sin which is death. So that The guiltless took the place of the guilty, that by faith in this truth all will escape Hell and enter the Kingdom of God as children and heirs of The Highest God.
The Homeless man, who is dirty,ill-clothed, cold, tired, hungry, hopeless, symbolizes the condition of Mankind outside a flourishing relationship with God.
The Christian witness is better dressed implying he is walking with God, and his life is blessed through God provision. The witness is showing compassion and the love of Christ to this homeless man by wrapping his arm around the shoulder of the dirty smelly homeless man. He points the homeless man in the direction of the path that leads to salvation through faith in the work of Jesus The Christ which is His work on the Cross, receive Jesus as his Lord and Savior. That through a relationship with the Christ, He can receive the guidance, the strength, the willpower to leave his old life of being a drunkard and living in the street.
Because in Christ old thing pass away, and all thing are made new.
The light that falls on the Christian witness and the homeless man and opens up in the shape of the cross in the alleyway, comes from a heavenly source outside the picture.
Written by Stephen J.Vatttimo
June 16, 2014
Simple shapes but I was happy with the composition. I also love the brown color of the cardboard as a background.
Cutting out cardboard circles from pizza boxes and using craft paint
Hexagon origami in black and white on cardboard. Newsprint painted with acrylic then folded, clay modeled buttons and thread
My wife had asked me to do a picture reacting to all of the media coverage on 9-11. I was feeling this way, too, so I did. Acrylic on cardboard.