4 Aug 2017

Paint with Gunpowder and then set it on Fire

Paintings that have to be set alight, before the artistic process is completed, see the videos in the post.
American Artist Danny Sherving, uses his gun power to create, rather than to kill.  Grown up near the Grand Teton National Park, means that a lot of the animals he depicts, are actually from this area.  The following are some of the words from the artist: "I paint with gunpowder! I stumbled upon this technique in college and now have fun lighting canvases on fire."  I have included four different videos, so that you can see the entire process, from the creation of the image, to the fiery display at the end.  Please don't try this at home, but do experiment with new and out of the box way of making art.  Have fun doing it.

Marco Polo Sheep - Gunpowder Artwork - Danny Shervin

Raven 2 - Gunpowder Art - Danny Shervin

Owl Eyes May Painting Giveaway.

Master Of My Domain | Gunpowder Artwork For Sale | Danny Shervin.

Fish and Forest.
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Baby Owl.
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Ram Skull.
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Ram Skull.
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Baby and Mother Cow.
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