This crayon rubbing was made by buttoning four men’s shirts together, in a daisy-chain fashion. They were then laid out on a table and covered with a sheet of drafting film. I then used wax and encaustic crayons to create the rubbing. It was produced during a pop-up open studio in Queens. The project was made possible with a grant from The Queens Council on the Arts.
30″ x 60″ (H x W)
Wax & Watercolor Crayon on Drafting Film, Saddle Stitched to museum board
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