Team Dinosaurus Rex on their process oriented approach to the 48 Hour Painting Marathon:
“For our painting, Team Dinosaurus Rex took a heavily process oriented approach. This focus on process led to a theme emerging and evolving, but staying relatively the same throughout most of the painting marathon. Some of the first marks included a sketchy image of a dinosaur. That dinosaur changed and evolved throughout the marathon, but never disappeared. Within the first six hours a tree emerged. The tree went through many transformations throughout the 48 hours, finally serving as a space for our team of painters to represent their personal symbols in. The final product is a collaborative piece that has captured snapshots of all the hands that have lovingly contributed to it. With little to no direction our community of painters created a beautiful and intriguing image, an image that the viewers can look at for hours finding little secrets hidden within. Our piece is evidence that beauty can be found in trusting the process.”
AND…Last week to donate!
We’re approaching the last week of fundraising, so if you would still like to donate to the Painting Marathon and support the mission of the Naropa Community Art Studio-International, follow this link! An anonymous donor will be matching all donations made through November 25, up to $1,000, so NOW IS THE TIME!
THANK YOU from the NCAS-I!