These are my mini art works for tonight’s (22nd December 2014) fundraising party organised by the community group Arte Vejer.
They’re post card sized and will go on sale for 5 euros each along with the mini artworks of other contributing local artists.
Here they are in more detail:
Both drawings were made with charcoal which I fixed before applying a wash of acrylic paint and a crackle glaze. The glaze was then stained with white acrylic paint and bitumen in beeswax with a smear of glitter gel over the top…very festive!
These are variations of a charcoal drawing of the orange butane gas canister which is ubiquitous here in Spain…for me it’s a design classic. I scanned the original drawing and coloured it digitally, experimenting with different colour combinations.
In Spanish they are called bombonas, and bombonas bonitas means pretty gas bottles, hence I’ve combined the two words.