Finger painting is not an art form just for young children. If you ask Judith Ann Braun, the world's emminent finger painter, she will tell you that deserting the conventional brush is not as easy as it looks.
Braun, who is 65-years old, hails originally from New York where she was first exposed to the art scene. Just over a decade ago, she decided to give up 'regular' art making for something a bit quirkier, like finger painting. All of her works are painted on blank walls as murals or small drawings and most have landscape themes. She uses graphite charcol as her medium to create her majestic and perfectly symmetrical landscape scenes.
Scroll through Braun's work and you are sure to be amazed what can be acheived just with the tips of your fingers!
Wind Wall - Displayed at the Chrysler Museum of Art
Submitted by: Emma J.
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